Learning through authentic assessment: An evaluation of a new development in the undergraduate midwifery curriculum

Churchill Livingstone
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Nurse Education in Practice, 2013, 13 (5), pp. 471 - 476
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Assessment is a powerful influence on learning, and can form an important strategy amongst a variety of teaching and learning approaches. Authentic assessment activities are designed to mimic the complexity of 'real world' situations that students may encounter in professional life, and require the application of a combination of skills related to knowledge, skills and attitude.
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