Observing teaching in HE: a case study of classroom observation within peer observation

Shortland, S. 2003. Observing teaching in HE: a case study of classroom observation within peer observation. LTSN-BEST Conference. Brighton 09 Apr 2003

TitleObserving teaching in HE: a case study of classroom observation within peer observation
AuthorsShortland, S.
TypeConference paper
Year2003
ConferenceLTSN-BEST Conference

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