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Peer‐supported review of teaching: Making the grade in midwifery and nursing education
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Carmel and Murphy-Tighe، نويسنده , , Sylvia and Bradshaw، نويسنده , , Carmel، نويسنده ,
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روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2013
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Summary aper outlines the value of peer‐supported review of teaching for nurse and midwifery educators in an academic environment. Reflection and continuing professional development are important tenets of an educatorsʹ practice and can be addressed via peer observation. Definitions and models of peer observation are presented. The strengths and challenges associated with peer‐supported review of teaching are discussed. The reasons why peer observation is underutilised are explored with some suggestions on how to overcome these challenges. Recent developments in relation to peer observation and peer-supported review are outlined. The need for tangible evidence of development and enhancement of existing teaching expertise is very pronounced in the current economic climate, it is concluded that peer‐supported review of teaching can provide such evidence.
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Peer observation of teaching , Collaborative model , Professional development of teachers , Evidence of quality in teaching , Peer?supported review of teaching
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Nurse Education Today
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