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Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

  • Pip Hardy
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Part of the Digital Education and Learning book series (DEAL)

Abstract

The chapters in this section bear testament to the centrality of reflection in education for professional practice and to the potential of classical digital storytelling to encourage and support the skills necessary to creatively interpret knowledge while also attending to the ethical and affective dimensions of the work.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pip Hardy
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  1. 1.Pilgrim ProjectsCambridgeUK

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