Partners in Learning: A Guide to Support and Assessment in Nurse Education
Contents: Beyond project 2000 - the changing face of nursing education; Teaching with confidence; Critical thinking; How are they doing? - assessing your students; Getting it right - the legal and professional aspects of assessment; An effective placement - creating a learning environment; Learning from experience - enabling students to benefit from reflection in partnership; Appendices.
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