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An evaluation of using playful and non-playful tasks when teaching research methods in adult higher education / Peter, King

Reflective Practice, Volume: 19, Issue: 5, Pages: 666 - 677

Swansea University Author: Peter, King

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This evaluation paper compares the use of playful and non-playful tasks in teaching research methods at a higher education university in the UK. Results show that both approaches can support students understanding of the research process, particularly playful group tasks. This has implications for c...

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Published in: Reflective Practice
ISSN: 1462-3943 1470-1103
Published: 2018
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