This book provides a detailed examinations of the problems of nature-based tourism development in peripheral areas. It illustrates the challenges and difficulties of managing nature-based tourism resources. A central theme of the book is the degree of opportunity that nature-based tourism provides as the basis for peripheral region development.
This book examines how people help other people learn. Using examples of talk recorded in classrooms, it shows how teachers and learners succeed and fail in the process of guiding learning and constructing knowledge. The book is directly relevant to teachers concerned about the quality of education in their classrooms.
This book provides a wide-ranging and in-depth theoretical perspective on dialogue in teaching. It explores the philosophy of dialogism and explains its importance in teaching and learning. The authors present the core concepts of dialogism as a social theory of language and consider the implications of these ideas for pedagogy.