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The paper examines the potential of tourism education to encourage tourism industry recognition of its ability to contribute to a more harmonious and peaceful world. There is reference to the United Nations Global Code of Ethics for Tourism as a resource available to the educator. It is...
Collaborative learning continues to be an area that is increasingly receiving attention in academic fields. This is because group-based or cooperative learning has many benefits to individual student learning (Slavin, 1996). In addition, group work and group assessment, have, over the past few...
The central theme of this study is the improvement of the quality of student learning through the understanding of ways in which university students experience their learning. The study investigates whether there is a change in students' approaches to learning as they progress through their...
Internships have been widely used as an educational component for hotel management students. Despite the importance of internships, there has been limited empirical research in the academic literature on the quality of internships for hotel management students. The three stakeholders, academic...
Active learning means students learn by doing something. It can help students become lifelong learners; however, it's not easy to implement. The following guidelines provide some considerations and ideas for implementing active learning in your classroom.
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