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‘Your thrust is to understand’ - how academically successful students learn
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2010)
The article sets out to understand how academically successful students learn. Self-regulated learning theory is used as a lens to explicate the learning strategies adopted by a cohort of academically successful dentistry ...
Education for actuarial quality
(Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA), 2009)
This paper is located in the field of actuarial professional education. It draws on current literature and empirical evidence to argue the need for developing generic ‘normative’ capabilities and values in the actuarial ...
Planning lifelong professionalisation learning for actuaries
(Actuarial Society of South Africa, 2006)
This paper presents a model for what is termed Lifelong Professionalisation Learning for actuaries. The model is grounded on the proposition that professions are dynamic, offering the public varying quantities and qualities ...
"We are not in the least bit used to these ways of studying": Developing academic competence in all students
(American Association of Dental Schools, 2005)
This article is located in the field of academic development in oral health science education. Specifically, it examines the academic difficulties experienced by oral hygiene students in their transition from high school ...
Being and becoming a university teacher
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
This study examined how one academic framed the enablements and constraints to her project of being and becoming an academic. Complexity facilitated reflection in that it provided a visual representation of data, which was ...