Tertiary travel and tourism education: Using action research cycles to provide information on pedagogical applications associated with reflexivity, team-based learning, and communities of practice

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Jennings, Gayle
Scantlebury, Michael
Wolfe, Kara
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2009
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Part of pedagogical practice is continuous monitoring and evaluation of classroom teaching strategies to innovate curricula as well as motivate and engage students (and educators). Using repetitive cycles of action research associated with pedagogical innovation, this paper presents three successful pedagogical practices: reflexivity, team-based learning, and communities of practice that educators can use and adapt for their own courses, units, or subjects. These practices engage students and work toward addressing the various challenges both internally and externally, which tertiary travel and tourism educators constantly face and address.

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Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism

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9

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3-Apr

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Economics, Business and Management Curriculum and Pedagogy

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Specialist Studies in Education

Tourism

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