|aThe Chinese learner :|bcultural, psychological, and contextual influences /|cedited by David A. Watkins and John B. Biggs.
|aHong Kong :|bCERC ;|aCamberwell, Melbourne, Vic. :|bACER, |c1996.
|a285 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tLearning theories and approaches to research : a cross-cultural perspective /|rDavid Watkins -- |tCultural context for Chinese learners : conceptions of learning in the Confucian tradition /|rLee Wing On -- |tWestern misperceptions of the Confucian-heritage learning culture /|rJohn Biggs -- |tMemorizing and understanding : the keys to the paradox? /|rFerence Marton, Gloria Dall'Alba and Tse Lai Kun -- |tAccepting personal responsibility for learning /|rFarideh Salili -- |tHong Kong secondary school learners : a developmental perspective /|rDavid Watkins -- |tCoping with second language texts : the development of lexically-based reading strategies /|rRobert Keith Johnson and Agnes Yau So Ngor -- |tStudying in a second language : the experiences of Chinese students in Canada /|rJohn R. Kirby, Rosamund A. Woodhouse and Yamin Ma -- |tHow Hong Kong students cope with assessment /|rCatherine Tang and John Biggs -- |tCollaborative learning : the latent dimension in Chinese students' learning /|rCatherine Tang -- |tChinese students at an Australian university : adaptability and continuity /|rSimone Volet and Peter Renshaw -- |tPeer tutoring and learning outcomes /|rSam Winter -- |tImproving student learning through action research into teaching /|rLyn Gow, David Kember and Jan McKay -- |tChinese learner in retrospect /|rJohn Biggs and David Watkins.