“Good Fences Make Good Classes”: Greek Tertiary Students’ Preferences for Instructor Teaching Style

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Year-Number: 2010-Volume 2, Issue 2

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The learning preferences of students attending a two-semester undergraduate economics course at a Greek university were investigated. The course was taught by two instructors who initially used a relaxed student-centred teaching style. Near the end of the first semester, students were asked to assess their instructors’ performance

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The learning preferences of students attending a two-semester undergraduate economics course at a Greek university were investigated. The course was taught by two instructors who initially used a relaxed student-centred teaching style. Near the end of the first semester, students were asked to assess their instructors’ performance

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