Cracking the Enterprise Code: An educator’s reflections for effective Teaching and Quality Learning

King Omeihe, Ibiyemi Omeihe*

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Abstract

There is a broad consensus that curriculum design principles and practices must be underpinned by effective institutional, national and international agendas. This argument is strengthened by the assertion that teaching and learning activities are designed and implemented to ensure that design is purposeful towards the improvement of student learning. More importantly, this suggests that there must be a conscious effort in its planning process and the delivery of requisite reactions. In this paper, we draw on reflections of key curriculum design practices, as an attempt is made at highlighting effective enterprise teaching and quality learning. The real notion is the lack of a framework that advances the right foundations for effective enterprise teaching and learning. Thus, the narrative we pursue presents a novel but sophisticated approach to effective teaching and quality enterprise learning.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages12
JournalJournal of Higher Education Service Science and Management
Volume2
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2019

Keywords

  • Effective teaching
  • curriculum
  • learning outcomes
  • reflexivity
  • quality learning

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