The Australian Education system
The Australian education system, in particular "university education, involves an important shift to a new approach to learning- the analytical approach" (Ballard & Clanchy 1984:11). The academic culture of Australia requires students to critically evaluate and challenge whatever is taught. Tertiary educators tend to expect specific behaviours from all of their students, international and local alike. This essay explores three different expectations in the following order: self-directed learning and risk taking, critical thinking and finally motivation.
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