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Sophie Wulk

Abstract

The topic of the book is teaching and learning in European Studies. In its holistic approach, this volume combines chapters addressing the general features and particularities of the academic discipline as such, delivering empirical findings on the nature and type of relevant pedagogies and examples of best practice examples in this field.

 

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Article Keywords

European Studies, Teaching and Learning, Active Learning, Innovative Teaching.

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