How to deal with heterogeneity in higher education: the teacher perspective

Higher education has faced important teaching challenges in recent times, as it has delivered a widening range of courses to students of increasingly diverse backgrounds, expectations and levels of preparedness. These challenges call for a shift in teaching than offers more than simply incorporating remedial support within existing teaching programs.

In his lecture, Roland Stähli talks about the forms and reasons of heterogeneity among students. Furthermore, he presents different models of how teachers can deal with the topic and gives some practical examples of starting points and concrete tools on how this can be done.

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How to deal with heterogeneity in higher education: the teacher perspective

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