Effectively teaching diverse student groups: a reflection on teaching and learning strategies

Author: Kathryn Trees, Murdoch University

Edition: Volume 53, Number 2, July 2013

Summary: This paper discusses facilitating student collegiality within diverse student groups. It argues that diverse student groups of international, domestic, mature age and Gen Y students often have similar difficulties and strengths although they may occur for quite different reason and understanding this is useful when deciding on teaching and learning strategies. It describes several teaching and learning strategies and explains the outcomes of using these with diverse student cohorts.

Keywords: diversity, effective communication, critical reflection, teaching strategies


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