PERSPECTIVES: Is British-Style Education Answer to COVID-19?

In the classic tutorial system, students do most of their learning in small sessions that include the professor (or an assistant) and just a few other students. The students are expected to work actively with the material as they engage critically with the instructor and one another. Discussions and additional reading are tailored to students’ abilities and interests. Courses may also include larger lectures and traditional exams, but the tutorials are where the main action happens.Read more in Lisa Feldman Barrett’s commentary in The New York Times.

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