Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration

H.G. Schmidt, J. Cohen-Schotanus, H.T. van der Molen, T.A.W. Splinter, J. Bulte, R. Holdrinet, H.J.M. van Rossum

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Schmidt, H. G., Cohen-Schotanus, J., van der Molen, H. T., Splinter, T. A. W., Bulte, J., Holdrinet, R., & van Rossum, H. J. M. (2010). Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration. Higher Education, 60(3), 287-300. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-009-9300-3
Schmidt, H.G. ; Cohen-Schotanus, J. ; van der Molen, H.T. ; Splinter, T.A.W. ; Bulte, J. ; Holdrinet, R. ; van Rossum, H.J.M. / Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration. In: Higher Education. 2010 ; Vol. 60, No. 3. pp. 287-300.
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Schmidt, HG, Cohen-Schotanus, J, van der Molen, HT, Splinter, TAW, Bulte, J, Holdrinet, R & van Rossum, HJM 2010, 'Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration' Higher Education, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 287-300. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-009-9300-3

Learning more by being taught less: a "time-for-self-study" theory explaining curricular effects on graduation rate and study duration. / Schmidt, H.G.; Cohen-Schotanus, J.; van der Molen, H.T.; Splinter, T.A.W.; Bulte, J.; Holdrinet, R.; van Rossum, H.J.M.

In: Higher Education, Vol. 60, No. 3, 2010, p. 287-300.

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