Effective Teaching in Universities: Are Students’ Basic Needs Being Satisfied in Large Classes?
The study focuses on satisfaction with large classes and includes an assessment of the satisfaction of students' psychological needs.
||Higher education class size, Student needs, Psychological needs satisfaction
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp.309-318.
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Dr John Hall is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Deakin University Melbourne where he is a director of the business research centre. Prior to his current appointment he was a Marketing discipline leader and course coordinator at Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne. His research interests include market segmentation, consumer behaviour, marketing education, social marketing and the development and application of marketing research techniques and technology.
Wayne Binney has extensive experience in teaching marketing with specific expertise in consumer behaviour, business market research, and the development of innovative teaching techniques. He conducts marketing courses at Victoria University, Melbourne, in related disciplines including tourism and hospitality marketing. Besides being an active consumer behaviour and social marketing researcher, he has authored several business and marketing publications and addressed national and international conferences. He has consulted to State and federal governments and several national and multinational firms.
Wendy Kennedy's experience as an educator over the last 20 years extends across early childhood, primary school, the Australian Defence Force, and university environments. Her research interests include electronic marketing, youth issues in education and the arts, arts marketing and research methodology. Wendy is currently undertaking her PhD in marketing.
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