L.D. Fink and A. Fink, Co-Editors
Marice Rose and Roben Torosyan, Co-Authors
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Marice Rose and Roben Torosyan are contributing authors, "Integrating Big Questions with Real World Applications: Models from Art History and Philosophy", p. 61-71.
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Marice Rose and Roben Torosyan, “Integrating Big Questions with Real World Applications: Models from Art History and Philosophy,” Designing Courses for Significant Learning: Voices of Experience: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 119. Edited by L. D. Fink and A. Fink (San Francisco: Jossey- Bass, 2009), 61-71.
Fink, L. D.; Fink, A.; Rose, Marice; and Torosyan, Roben, "Designing Courses for Significant Learning: Voices of Experience: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 119" (2009). Visual & Performing Arts Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 2.