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Innovations in Education & Teaching International was previously published as Innovations In Education & Training International.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 49, Number 2, 1 May 2012

Editorial
pp. 97-98(2)
Author: Wisker, Gina

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Multiple-choice question tests: a convenient, flexible and effective learning tool? A case study
pp. 111-121(11)
Authors: Douglas, Mercedes; Wilson, Juliette; Ennis, Sean

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An academic development model for fostering innovation and sharing in curriculum design
pp. 135-147(13)
Authors: Dempster, Jacqueline A.; Benfield, Greg; Francis, Richard

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Implementation of the Harvard case method through a plan–do–check–act framework in a university course
pp. 149-160(12)
Authors: S., Ruey; Shieh; Lyu, Jr Jung; Cheng, Yun-Yao

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Understanding student performance in a large class
pp. 195-205(11)
Authors: Snowball, Jen D.; Boughey, Chrissie

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‘Structural transformation’ as a threshold concept in university teaching
pp. 207-222(16)
Authors: Kinchin, Ian M.; Miller, Norma L.

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E-moderating: the key to teaching and learning online
pp. 233-234(2)
Author: Gash, Darren

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