Mở ĐẦu lý do chọn đề tài

tải về 1.51 Mb.
Chuyển đổi dữ liệu18.11.2023
Kích1.51 Mb.
1   ...   80   81   82   83   84   85   86   87   88
[123doc] - quan-ly-hoat-dong-hoc-tap-cua-sinh-vien-theo-he-thong-tin-chi-o-truong-dai-hoc-viet-nam

B. Tiếng Anh.

  1. Bahram Bekhradnia (2004), Credit Accumulation and transfer, and the Bologna Process: An Overview. http://www.immagic.com/eLibrary/ARCHIVES/GENERAL/HEPI_UK/H041000B.pdf

  2. Connelly, F.M., Clandinin, D.J. (1998). Teachers as curriculum planners: Narratives of experience. New York: Teacher College Press.

  3. Cohen, AD, English for academic purposes in Brazil: The use of summary tasks.(1994b)., London: Longman

  4. Dietrich, G. (1955). The emergence of the credit system in American education considered as a problem of social and intellectual history. American Association of University Professors Bulletin, 41, 650. 

  5. European University Association (2002) Credit Transfer and Accumulation - the Challenge for Institutions and Students.

  6. Frances L. Hoffmann (2010) Comparisons of governance, Course Credit systems, and accreditation: US & Vietnamese Higher Education

  7. Kay Harman and Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich, Reforming Teaching and Learning in Vietnam’s Higher Education System, Higher Education Dynamics, 2010, Volume 29.

  8. Lowell, A.L. (1934). At War with Academic Traditions in America. Cambridge, Harvard University Press.

  9. Lisa Murtagh (2010), They give us homework! Trasition to higher education: the case of initial teacher training, Journal of Further and Higher Education, Vol.34, No 3, August 2010, 405-418.

  10. Michael Agelasto, Educational Transfer of Sorts: The American Credit System with Chinese Characteristic - Comparative Education, Vol.32, No 1 (http://www.jstor.org 3/2/2006)

  11. Omporn Regel, (1992), The academic credit system in higher education: Effectiveness and relevance in Developing countries, Education and employment Division Population and Human resources Department. The World Bank.

  12. Philip G. Albach (2001), Measuring academic progress: the course – credit system in American higher education, Higher Education Policy, Volum 14, Issue 1, March 2001. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095287330000026X

  13. Shedd, J.M. (2003). New Directions for Higher Education,122, Sum. Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  14. Terrence C. MasonRobert F. Arnove and Margaret Sutton, Credits, curriculum, and control in higher education: Cross-national perspectives, Higher Education, Volume 42, Number 1(2001)

  15. Technopolis Group & GHK (2011), Study on the use of credit systems in higher education cooperation between the EU and the US, ec.europa.eu/education/more-information/doc/2011/us_en.pdf

  16. Zjhra, M. (2008). A Shift in the Credit-based system: Necessary Changes in Curriculum and the Role of the Teachers. Powerpoint presentation given at various universities in Vietnam during 2008.

  17. V Belton, JL Scott (1998), Independent learning and operational research in the classroom, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Vol 49, 1998, 899-910.

  18. http://studentaffairs.nmsu.edu/about/

  19. http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/studentaffairs/VP_oc.htm

  20. http://studentaffairs.fsu.edu/documents/orgcharts/ovpsa.pdf

  21. http://www.higher-ed.org/resources/Charles_Eliot.htm

1 ( xem 125, tr 2)

2 ( xem 125, tr 2)

tải về 1.51 Mb.

Chia sẻ với bạn bè của bạn:
1   ...   80   81   82   83   84   85   86   87   88

Cơ sở dữ liệu được bảo vệ bởi bản quyền ©hocday.com 2023
được sử dụng cho việc quản lý

    Quê hương