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The application of learning management
In a previous text on Learning Management, Richard Smith, David Lynch and Bruce Allen Knight1 provided insights into the rationale and premise for a change to how teachers are prepared and ultimately a change in the process of teaching and learning. In another text on learning management, Lynch and Knight2 focussed on concepts such as evidence-based practice, assessment, innovation and entrepreneurship, learning diagnostics, resilience, and the implications of brain based research from a learning management component perspective. In this book Knight and Lynch examine the theory of Learning Management from an application perspective. In doing this, we seek to further inform the specific capabilities required of the practitioner of learning management but from the pragmatic classroom teaching perspective.