Total quality in education

Hallawell, Robert (1992). Total quality in education. Nursing Standard, 6(49) p. 51.



The new purchaser and provider roles in nurse education have given the customer more prominence. Robert Hallawell considers the issues

The implementation of Project 2000 has seen the wider use of experiential learning, the teacher ‘facilitator’, student evaluation procedures and student representatives on curriculum teams. The ideology of ‘student-centredness’ has permeated nurse education and these approaches have allowed students to become self-directed learners.

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