Spotlight on practice: speed dating, electric guitars and goosebumps in accounting – Nandini Krishna Kumar
Nandini Kumar set out to bust the myth that accounting is a boring subject. Here’s how she connects with her students to make learning fun.
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Neurodivergent students face many learning challenges at university - however small changes to how your unit is taught can make a big difference.
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