An Integrated Approach to Liberal Learning

Czechowski, Jan
June 2003
Peer Review;Summer2003, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
Focuses on the enhancements in higher and liberal education in the U.S. Provision of holistic learning experience to students; Improvement in the curriculum design; Use of effective teaching methods. INSET: Selected Institutions Working on Curricular Innovation.


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