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Major developments in educational research, educational technology and the knowledge base of the health sciences continue to occur at an ever-increasing rate. Higher education, through its own striving for excellence, and through demands for quality and accountability, is paying greater attention than ever to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning. The health sciences have a strong commitment to providing professional role models to their students and to ensuring that students develop competence as teachers in their professional roles.
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- Will provide you with an overview of contemporary educational theory and puts this into a practical health care context, giving you all the background information that you need - Covers a whole range of practical topics including: planning, how to facilitate knowledge, learning practical and clinical reasoning skills together with aspects of research and assessment in learning - Gives guidelines so that you can design your own learning programs and empower your students to become a health science educators - Has 36 individually crafted chapters by international experts who have been chosen for their depth of knowledge and expertise and for their practical ability to apply material directly to educating the beginning health professional - Is edited by two highly respected health science educators and researchers who have provided you with all their knowledge and experience of the field - The dramatic changes in the health sciences and education make this book highly contemporary and desirable for health science educators and researchers as well as their students.About the Author:
Senior Lecturer, Academic Development Unit, La Trobe University
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Book Description Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0750637730