Competency frameworks: universal or local

Mortaz Hejri, Sara; Jalili, Mohammad
October 2013
Advances in Health Sciences Education;Oct2013, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p865
Academic Journal
The article discusses the application of a universal learning styles to medical education, in response to an article on outcome-based education by Morcke et al. published in the 2012 issue of this journal. The author refutes the assertion Morcke et al. that schools with very different styles of curriculum could reach consensus on learning outcomes. Morcke et al. failed to consider that there are schools which does not to accept learning outcomes from other schools.


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