The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT)

Connecting Sophisticated Thinking from Early Childhood to PhD

Authors

  • Deidra Fryer Morgan State University

Keywords:

Models for Teaching and Learning, Sophisticated Thinking, Engagement in Teaching, Integrated curriculum, learning autonomy, Connectedness across educational levels

Abstract

The Review provides an overview of the book  The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT): Connecting Sophisticated Thinking from Early Childhood to PhD. It provides the details about the book and the audience that would find the book useful. 

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References

Dickinson, L. (1994). Preparing learners: toolkit requirements for preparing/orienting learners. Self-Access and the Adult Language Learner, 39-49.

Fear, F. A., Bawden, R. J., Rosaen, C. L., & Foster-Fishman, P. G. (2002). A Model of Engaged Learning: Frames of Reference and Scholarly Underpinnings. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement Volume 7, Number 3, Volume 7(Number 3), 55.

Willison, J. (2020). The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching: Connecting Sophisticated Thinking from Early Childhood to Ph.D., Adelaide, SA, Australia.

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Published

2022-04-16

How to Cite

Fryer, D. (2022). The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT): Connecting Sophisticated Thinking from Early Childhood to PhD. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, 11(1), 149–153. Retrieved from https://ojed.org/index.php/jise/article/view/2723