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4 Academics' experiences of teaching and of their subject matter understanding

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In this paper, we describe the phenomenographic approach to researching teaching and learning, and highlight how it differs conceptually from two other approaches to researching teaching and learning. We illustrate the implications of this approach with an example from a recently completed study of variation in the ways in which university academics' experience the understanding of their subject matter and how this relates to their teaching of the subject matter (Prosser, Martin, Trigwell, Ramsden, 2005).
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Language: English

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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