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Understanding diversity as a framework for improving student throughput
(Maastricht University, 2007)
INTRODUCTION: Literature suggests that a diverse body of healthcare graduates could extend health service delivery. However, the literature also indicates that the throughput of minority, working class, and historically ...
‘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 ...
Exploring student engagement practices at a South African university: student engagement as reliable predictor of academic performance
Student engagement is one avenue to explore how the experiences within and beyond the classroom impact student persistence behaviours. This article contributes to the sparse research in South Africa on the correlates of ...
Factors explaining the academic success of second-year economics students: an exploratory analysis
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
Factors influencing the academic success of first-year economics students have been intensely researched. Lecture and tutorial attendance, age, gender, as well as matriculation results have been identified as significant ...