Catering for Individual Student Learning Preferences in Economics

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Stokes, Anthony Robert and Wilson, Edgar. (2009) Catering for Individual Student Learning Preferences in Economics. American Journal of Business Education.
AuthorsStokes, Anthony Robert and Wilson, Edgar
Abstract

There have been many national and international reports expressing concern about the problems of teaching economics subjects in universities and colleges. This paper puts forward one approach to deal with the issue through the use of a computer based learning program designed to cater for the differences in backgrounds and learning styles of economics students at the University of Wollongong, Australia.

Year2009
JournalAmerican Journal of Business Education
PublisherThe Clute Institute
Web address (URL)https://search.proquest.com/docview/195912287?accountid=8194
Open accessOpen access
Page range41 - 48
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Place of publicationLittleton,United States of America
EditorsJ. Zajda and D. Gamage
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