Creative Teaching & Learning

Setting the stage for success in essay construction

Many learners find it difficult to synthesise information collected from different sources. Andrew Shenton and Melanie Wood share a method for helping students develop this important abstract thinking skill.
Female student studying alone

The Problem

A recent edition of Creative Teaching and Learning included an article that advocated a method aimed at helping students to combine, within the same essay and in a cohesive fashion, material from different sources.1 

Create an account to read this article

£7.00+ VAT

One-off purchase

  • Purchase and Download today

Register for free

No Credit Card required

  • Register for free
  • Access to 3 free articles
  • Free TeachingTimes Report every month