Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “f” and “t” refer to figures and tables, respectively.

A

Academic Bildung, 70–71, 71–72
Academic integrity
case-based teaching, 127
critical thinking and, 80
defined, 72–73
fundamental values of, 72–73
institutional policies, 73–74
as moral code, 73
as social phenomenon, 73–74
value base of, 74–75
Academic literacy, 17–18
Active learning, 49–50
flipped classroom/session for, See Flipped classroom/session
Administrative guidelines, 82–83
American Philosophical Association, 78
Approaches, to learning, 37–44
consequences of, 38–41
deep level, 37, 44
determinants of, 41–44
surface level, 37
Assessment, 43–44
within disciplines, 137–138
embedded formative, 138–139
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