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How do we develop student problem solving and research skills across the curriculum? Colleagues from the University of South Pacific explain their perspective on RSD

Bulla!

‘What is the problem here?’ asks A/Profoessor  Jito Vanualailai in the presentation at the VC’s Learning and Teaching forum at USP in October 2013 [link below]. ‘What are the problem solving skills that I need to identify? How do I teach these skills in a cohesive systematic manner?’

Two years since the University of the South Pacific decided to use the Research SKill Development framework to develop problem solving, critical thinkng and researching skills across degree programs, colleagues from the university explain their answers to Jito’s questions.

http://www.usp.ac.fj/?id=14475&file=RSD_Symposium

  1. November 7, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Thank you for this impressive presentation on the implementation of the RSD at the USP: the benefits, challenges, and plan for way forward. All your contributions were so lucid, reflective and logical that it was a delight to listen to, and an inspiration to further my own thinking and research in the area of academic literacy development.

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