Good Practice in the Accreditation of Prior Learning

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Cassell, 1998 - Education - 144 pages
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Starting with a discussion of the origins of Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL), this text proceeds to look at the variety of models through which candidates are able to offer testimony of their prior learning. It explores the theoretical principles first, then illustrates with case studies.

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Educational Context of Good Practice
The Nature of Evidence
The Assessment and Accreditation Process

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Nyatanga lectures at the School of Health and Community Studies at the University of Derby.

Forman teaches at the University of Derby

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