|Title:||Data from: Applying Political Philosophy to Real World Cases||Creators:||Field, Sandra Leonie||NUS Contact:||Field, Sandra Leonie||Subject:||Asian classroom
Survey results gauging the subjective learning experience of undergraduate students in relation to a novel pedagogical strategy that I am employing in my political philosophy courses. The strategy is intended to improve students' depth of understanding and their capacity to apply abstract concepts to the real world.
In particular, I seek to assess the impact of the novel pedagogical strategy on students' own experience of their (1) depth of understanding; (2) application of understanding to local Asian contexts; (3) intellectual engagement; and (4) community of learning.
|Related Publications:||10635/153748||Citation:||When using this data, please cite the original publication and also the dataset.
||License:||Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
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|scanned_responses_for_scholarbank.pdf||Quantitative and qualitative survey responses||3.82 MB||Adobe PDF|
|presentation_slides_Sandra_FIELD_TLHE2018.pdf||Slides for the presentation at TLHE 2018: Campus Conference||6.45 MB||Adobe PDF|
|readme.txt||readme file||1.48 kB||Text|
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