Practice Learning in the Caring Professions
Dave Evans makes a convincing case that practice learning occupies a central role in the education and training of the caring professions. In so doing, he affirms the activities of many service agency staff involved in practice teaching and assessment, and offers them clear models and illustrative examples to aid their development. He also offers an agenda for the development of practice learning, not only for those involved in training practice teachers and mentors but also for those educators and policy-makers involved in developing the practice learning component of education for the different caring professions.
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The Importance of Practice Learning
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