Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives: Volume 2 Issue 2 , Open Access


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An Investigation into Academic Email Practices of Arab Female Undergraduate Students and Their Attitudes Towards Correction of Errors in Their Email Messages

Sadia Ali

Students’ assignments are often much better in style and organisation than the email messages they send to theirteachers. Some teachers, including myself, often ‘covertly’ correct…

Reflection in Teaching

Ghassoub Mustafa

The first part presents a review of concepts relating to reflection, drawing on the literature in this area. This literature review relates to the following aspects of reflection…


Constructivism Applied: An Example from the Teaching of Computing

Brian Hinton

The state of science education is similar to that of other disciplines: research shows a clear need for new instructional strategies based on a constructivist model of learning…

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  • Prof. Dr. Christina Gitsaki