Connecting theory and practice through experiential learning: a co-curricular case study from the ‘Journalism Conversation Series’

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Barling, K. and Knowles, S. 2019. Connecting theory and practice through experiential learning: a co-curricular case study from the ‘Journalism Conversation Series’. 5th World Journalism Education Congress. Paris
TitleConnecting theory and practice through experiential learning: a co-curricular case study from the ‘Journalism Conversation Series’
AuthorsBarling, K. and Knowles, S.
Abstract

A paper which looks at a logical framework intended to represent reality (a "model of reality"). Similar to the way that a map is a graphical model that represents the territory of a city or country. Seeking to identify ways of transforming pedagogy to enable students to build bridges between theory and practice?

Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
LanguageEnglish
Conference5th World Journalism Education Congress
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Deposited30 Aug 2022
Completed19 Jul 2019
Accepted01 Feb 2019
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