Tertiary institutions are moving towards more flexible teaching and learning environments. Relationships between tertiary teaching and learning modes, student outcomes, and learning perceptions have engaged partial studies. This article employs a holistic view. It develops and tests a tertiary teaching and learning environment from a value enhancement approach. Here student-preferred teaching and learning modes are assessed. The tertiary institution teaching and learning offerings or modes are mapped against student learning outcomes, as defined by the tertiary institution ‘business enhancement measurement model’. This research shows tertiary institutions can more closely align their educational teaching and learning solutions towards their student’s perceived learning requirements, whilst also enhancing its student’s skills.
Hamilton, John R. and Tee, Sing What, "The Cone of Learning: A Tertiary Level Empirical Study across Traditional, Blended and Flexible Learning Modes" (2009). ICEB 2009 Proceedings (Macau, SAR China). 151.