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Overcoming Barriers to Student Understanding
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Section 1: Towards a Theoretical Framework 1. Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge: an introduction 2. Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge: issues of liminality 3. Constructivism and troublesome knowledge 4. Metacognition, affect and conceptual difficulty 5. Threshold concepts: how can we recognise them? Section 2: Threshold Concepts in Practice 6. Threshold concepts in Biology - do they fit the definition? 7. The troublesome nature of a threshold concept in Economics 8. Threshold concepts in Economics - a case study 9. Threshold concepts, troublesome knowledge and emotional capital: an exploration into learning about others 10. Threshold concepts in Introductory Accounting 11. Disjunction as a form of troublesome knowledge in problem-based learning 12. On the mastery of philosophical concepts: Socratic discourse and the unexpected `affect' 13. Using analogy in science teaching as a bridge to students' understanding of complex issues 14. Implications of threshold concepts for curriculum design and evaluation

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Jan Meyer is Professor of Education and foundation Director of the Centre for Learning, Teaching, and Research in Higher Education, University of Durham. Ray Land is Professor of Higher Education Development and Director, Centre for Higher Education Development, Coventry University. Education in Cyberspace , He has written widely on higher education, and his books include Education and Cyberspace (RoutledgeFalmer, 2004) and Educational Development: Discourse, Identity and Practice (SRHE/McGraw-Hill Open University Press, 2004).

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