Financially viable alternatives to the conventional 'tutorial' in higher education
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What is it about?
A review of highly ranked management education and development journals revealed at least 8 alternatives to the traditional tutorial model including peer instruction, simulation and games, online collaborative learning, syndicates, flipped classrooms, communication systems, tailored learning, and portfolios.
Why is it important?
Even though this conventional tutorial model is well supported in the literature, it may be neglected by research-driven academics and is expensive to operate. The latter issue has placed tutorials in the spotlight because higher education institutions are facing huge funding cuts worldwide.
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