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Author:
Moira Peelo,Terry Wareham
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978-0335208258
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0335208258
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Open University Press (April 1, 2002)
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Failing Students in Higher Education. Moira Peelo, Terry Wareham. In this article we discuss some challenges confronting teachers in higher education when responding to the needs of international students. It is argued that curriculum design within mainstrea. More).

Student Counselling and Students’ Failure. In Failing Students in Higher Education, eds. Moira T. Peelo, and Terry Wareham, 139–150. New managerialism’ and higher education: The management of performances and cultures in universities in the United Kingdom. International Studies in Sociology of Education 8: 47–70. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

WHAT - Moira Peelo and Terry Wareham consider what lecturers can do when promising students perform badly. Students do fail exams and failure does matter. WHY - Failure is part of university life and yet a failed student can say as much about the lecturer as the student. HOW. Even though end-of-course marks for many degrees no longer depend entirely on exams, exam performance still counts. When exams are important then failure is an issue.

Peelo and Wareham (2002), also found that low academic achievement has been identified over time as problematic in terms of social and economic waste, as anti-egalitarian and discriminatory. The Effects of Family Income on Test-Anxiety and Academic Achievement among Iranian High School Students.

com Help students who fail exams Times Higher Education (THE). WHAT - Moira Peelo and Terry Wareham consider what lecturers can do when promising students perform badly.

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Making Sense of Criminology. by Keith Soothill, Moira Peelo, Claire Taylor. ISBN 9780745628752 (978-0-7456-2875-2) Softcover, Polity, 2002. Coauthors & Alternates.

In: Failing Students in Higher Education (eds Peelo, M & Wareham, T). SRHE and Open University Press, Maindenhead. 3. Race, P. (2001) Using feedback to help students learn. Higher Education Academy.

Failing and the possibility of failing are everyday experiences in higher education, yet rarely discussed. This text explores failure from different vantage points: its social and political context; its implications for teachers and learners; and the practices and procedures of the assessment, support and administrative systems surrounding failing students in higher education.