Anna Hayes and Jim Taylor discuss the pedagogy and course design
In this video you will find out about the "pedagogy of discovery" and how open access materials and OERs can improve learner choice in a course on international relations. A unique feature of the Regional Relations in Asia and Pacific course is how it is designed to improve learning literacies for a digital age while learning about the Asia Pacific. Unlike traditional courses where student purchase textbooks, this course provides greater opportunity for you to choose the countries which you find interesting, which would not be possible without the "pedagogy of discovery".
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