A phenomenographic approach to developing academics' understanding of the nature of teaching and learning
Phenomenography is best known as an empirical research approach for investigating variation in conceptions of different educational phenomena - including learning, teaching and particular disciplinary concepts such as price in economics and motion in physics. It is less well-known for its theoretical basis, in terms of its epistemological and ontological claims (Marton and Booth 1997), and the variation theory of learning that has developed out of phenomenographic research and theory (Marton...[Show more]
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