This updated 2nd edition will benefit all those interested in improving health care and health education. It seeks to respond to the challenge of the changing health care situation and clearly sets out a range of different methods that will enhance successful teaching and learning. Each teaching method is described in its own chapter and each chapter includes practical suggestions for implementation, as well as outlining advantages and disadvantages, questions and answers and a self-test feature. The text has been thoroughly revised to meet the requirements of outcomes-based education, and includes new chapters on narrative as a teaching method, values clarification and evaluation and assessment. Importantly, this edition strives to meet the HIV/AIDS health education needs. Almost every chapter provides a specific method for teaching and learning about particular aspects of this condition. This culturally-sensitive book assumes that English is being used as an additional language and that the reader may have no background in teaching and learning theory. It is rich in case studies and applications. incorporates traditionally held beliefs and is exceptionally practical in nature. This book will be a valuable resource for students, practitioners, and teachers alike. The teaching methods discussed in the text will be extremely useful for community health workers, health care assistants, nurses, social workers, medical doctors, teachers and agricultural extension officers.If the teacher needs to plan a lesson revising the anatomy (structure) of the skeleton, it is assumed that the learners have already ... The learners should be able to identify individual bones of the skeleton, place them in the correct position , and correctly answer two questions about ... paper 0 a drawing/diagram of a skeleton 0 a black pen 0 scissors and/or a cutting knife 6 paper on which the questions andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Aspects of Health Care|
|Publisher||:||Juta and Company Ltd - 2002|