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J.H.F. Meyer
J.H.F. Meyer
Emeritus Professor, University of Cape Town
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Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge: Linkages to ways of thinking and practising within the disciplines
JHF Meyer, R Land
http://www.tla.ed.ac.uk/etl/docs/ETLreport4.pdf, 2002
29752002
Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (2): Epistemological considerations and a conceptual framework for teaching and learning
JHF Meyer, R Land
Higher Education 49, 373-388, 2005
23742005
Overcoming barriers to student understanding
J Meyer, R Land
Taylor & Francis Limited, 2005
12162005
Threshold concepts and transformational learning
JHF Meyer, R Land, C Baillie
Brill, 2010
5172010
Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge
JHF Meyer, R Land
Overcoming barriers to student understanding: Threshold concepts and …, 2006
499*2006
Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (3): Implications for course design and evaluation
R Land, G Cousin, JHF Meyer, P Davies
Improving student learning diversity and inclusivity 4, 53-64, 2005
4632005
Threshold concepts within the disciplines
R Land, J Meyer, J Smith
Sense Publishers, 2008
3952008
Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge: Issues of liminality
JHF Meyer, R Land
Overcoming barriers to student understanding, 43-56, 2006
2722006
Threshold capabilities: threshold concepts and knowledge capability linked through variation theory
C Baillie, JA Bowden, JHF Meyer
Higher education 65, 227-246, 2013
2572013
Study orchestration: the manifestation, interpretation and consequences of contextualised approaches to studying
JHF Meyer
Higher Education 22 (3), 297-316, 1991
2461991
Students' Conceptions of Research. I: A qualitative and quantitative analysis
JHF Meyer, MP Shanahan, RC Laugksch
Scandinavian journal of educational research 49 (3), 225-244, 2005
2352005
Individual study orchestrations and their association with learning outcome
JHF Meyer, P Parsons, TT Dunne
Higher Education 20, 67-89, 1990
2161990
Student failure: Disintegrated patterns of study strategies and perceptions of the learning environment
NJ Entwistle, JHF Meyer, H Tait
Higher Education 21 (2), 249-261, 1991
2071991
Conclusion: Implications of threshold concepts for course design and evaluation
R Land, G Cousin, JHF Meyer, P Davies
Overcoming barriers to student understanding, 195-206, 2006
1962006
Threshold concepts in practice
R Land, JHF Meyer, MT Flanagan
Springer, 2016
1842016
Evaluating the quality of student learning. I—An unfolding analysis of the association between perceptions of learning context and approaches to studying at an individual level
JHF Meyer, MW Muller
Studies in Higher Education 15 (2), 131-154, 1990
1831990
The modelling of ‘dissonant’study orchestration in higher education
JHF Meyer
European Journal of Psychology of Education 15, 5-18, 2000
1632000
‘Towards a mapping of the student world’: the identification of variation in students' conceptions of, and motivations to learn, introductory accounting
U Lucas, JHF Meyer
The British Accounting Review 37 (2), 177-204, 2005
1452005
The approaches to teaching inventory: A critique of its development and applicability
JHF Meyer, MG Eley
British journal of educational psychology 76 (3), 633-649, 2006
1422006
Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (4): Issues of variation and variability.
JHF Meyer, R Land, P Davies
Sense Publishers, 2008
1322008
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