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Engaging students in affect: an evaluation of learning through simulation and active recall in teacher education lectures

This research investigates the particular the role of student engagement and learning through affect as it applies to learner-centred teaching. Participants are first year pre-service teachers’ and the study aims to evaluate the use of simulation and affect in learning. Preliminary results are available.


Associate Professor Terry de Jong

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