Medical Models for Teachers’ Learning; asking for a second opinion

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Philpott, C;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Recently there has been renewed interest in basing teachers’ professional learning on medically derived models. This interest has included clinical practice models and evidence-based teaching as well as the use of various forms of ‘Rounds’ which claim to derive from med... View more
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