Student Centred Teaching in the South Pacific: A Review of the Work on Wan Smolbag Theatre (2007)
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PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development
- Education: Reports 
The report begins with a discussion of methods used to evaluate the project, which are consistent with those described in the initial proposal. It is followed by some preliminary remarks about the context within which WSB operates and about WSB as an organization. The next section contains the report’s key findings. These are discussed under the headings of method of work, materials, training, regionalisation and uncompleted or problematic components. Section six is a reflection on communication processes and relationships that have arisen during this assignment. The report concludes with a brief list of recommendations.
CitationSmall, D. (2007) Student Centred Teaching in the South Pacific: A Review of the Work on Wan Smolbag Theatre. New Zealand's Agency for International Development (NZAID)..
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ANZSRC Fields of Research13 - Education::1303 - Specialist Studies in Education::130311 - Pacific Peoples Education
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