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Approaches to assessment: what works for educators?

By Karin Crawford

Abstract

In this article the author describes how and why she changed the assessment method on the second level module on the BSc(Hons) Social Work, entitled Knowledge-based Practice, which the author co-ordinates. Students undertake this module through supported open learning as part of their first practice experience: it is very much about practice informing theory informing practice

Topics: L500 Social Work
Publisher: The Higher Education Academy subject centre for social policy and social work (SWAP)
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:3228
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