“More Spices in My Thinking Skills” Exploring Confucius Heritage Culture (CHC) Learners’ Learning Behaviour in Marketing Units (A Case Study)
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The study provided the foundation for the future overall curriculum design of marketing units in terms of the assessment and instructional approaches that best fit CHC learners’ learning environment. A new model of teaching and learning, termed a ‘learning-teaching-thinking’ model (L2T) was developed. It is envisioned that the information gathered in the study would provide assistance to the curriculum designers, policy makers and other stakeholders both national and international.
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