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The purpose of this paper is to identify the set of conditions of the instructional context that lecturers take into account in the design of university teaching. The main results show the existence of six relevant instructional conditions, which we have named: a) Content, subject, lecturers and students; b) Teaching innovation and educational resources; c) Course design; d) Attitude of students; e) Characteristics of students and f) Lecturer-subject relationship. We conclude by evaluating the contributions made by the paper to the available knowledge of the subject and pointing out some challenges for future research.
Keywords: Basic knowledge for teaching, conditions of teaching, instructional design
Keywords: Conditions of teaching, basic knowledge for teaching, instructional design.
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