As tourism matures as an academic subject and the number of tourism higher education providers continues to expand world-wide, there is an increasing interest in its educational aspects. At the same time the development of research into education issues related to tourism means that there is now a developing literature on the subject. This international handbook offers a timely evaluation of the sate of the art of tourism higher education. The book brings together expert contributors from around the world to present current thinking and practice about what is now a major element of education provision world-wide. It is structured round four key themes: - Curriculum - International perspective - Teaching, learning and assessment - Resources, progression and quality Its global survey of tourism education offers a comprehensive basis for comparative review. In addition to setting out the development and current provision of tourism education it also addresses cutting edge issues such PhD education, non-formal education, cultural issues in learning, research and teaching, e-learning and e-assessment. It offers practical advice for the design, delivery, evaluation and resourcing of courses and concludes with a reflective agenda of issues for the future.Good examples of these types of learning experiences are reports on fieldwork trips or placements which are individual to ... in tourism courses, despite assessment innovations, it is fair to say that essays and experiential learning still dominateanbsp;...
|Title||:||An International Handbook of Tourism Education|
|Author||:||David Airey, Both Faculty of Leisure and Tourism John Tribe, John Tribe|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-08-11|