CONTENTS:- 1. How Psychologists study learning and studying. 2. Learning theory in practice. 3. Individual differences and learning. 4. Academic Learning and older learners. 5. Improving study skills. 6. New technology and learning. 7. Assessment. 8. Experiences with problem - based learning in business and management. 9. Student Assessment and programme evaluation. 10. Accreditation and Assessment in Architecture. 11. Assessment in problem-based learning. 12. Strategies for student Assessment. 13. Learning from the Assessment of problem solving. 14. What can we learn from programme evaluation studies in Medical Education? 15. Beyond Problem - based learning. 16. Is Problem-based learning the only way? 17. Towards A praxis of situation improving. 18. The limits of problem-based learning.
Educationists have now recognized that being successful educational programme both the teachers and the learners have to be given proper education and consideration. The teachers attitudes towards their profession and towards achieving teaching skills is very important for any teaching, programme. It is the affection of the educationists nowadays that the teacher should help the learners to acquire study skills with the help of which a learning and the power of retention. The editor is grateful to the department of teacher education, National council of educational research and training for their valuable contributions in this field.