Quality assurance in teaching

  • SC Chan

Abstract

This is the last article in the series on Notes for the PrimaryCare Teachers. We hope that new primary care teachers andmentors have benefited from the series and the “older”teachers have also refreshed their understanding throughreading and helping to write and review the articles.

In the initial stages a new teacher is busy learning new waysof teaching and applying and putting it into practice. As weprogress a time will come when we ask ourselves, howeffective are we as teachers and how can we improve further. (copied from article)

References

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Ellis R. Quality assurance for University Teaching: Issues & Approaches, pp3-15 in Quality assurance for University Teaching. The Royal Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press. Buckingham, 1993.

Published
2008-10-01
How to Cite
ChanS. (2008). Quality assurance in teaching. Malaysian Family Physician, 3(2), 3. Retrieved from https://www.e-mfp.org/ojs3/index.php/MFP/article/view/303
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Original Articles