The extensive revisions and additions to this text reflect the changes in the way in which teaching and learning take place within health-care education. The roles of the teacher-practitioner and the mentor are defined and discussed in detail, and the importance of relationships within the education process is explored. The authors also examine new developments in adult learning, and the concept of the learning experience, with particular emphasis on reflective practice and quality.AUDIO CASSETTES At present there are few audio cassettes available for purchase that would be useful for the work of the teacher practitioners. ... be especially useful for teacher practitioners whose work is located in the community and who are, therefore, expected to use a car. ... CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS Some people learn better through visual perception than they do by listening, so it is useful foranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Teacher Practitioner and Mentor in Nursing, Midwifery, Health Visiting and the Social Services|
|Author||:||Peter Jarvis, Sheila Gibson|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 1997-01-01|