Implementing Bologna Process: Taking into Account what Students Think and Improving Professor’s Performance in Class (English version)
As we all know, the so-called “Bologna-process” is paying close attention to many important things regarding High School education, such as skills, competences, new research trends, ICTs, accreditation and quality assurance, etc. Those issues are taking much of the attention of scholars and whoever is devoting efforts to research about them, and indeed they deserve it. However –to our understanding- both the academic community and the public entities entitled to the implementation of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) are overlooking at least two crucial issues: what students think about University, and how professors achieve excellence in their classes. Given they are closely related, this paper is intended to cover both.
Volume (Year): 2 (2012)
Issue (Month): (August)
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