Developing a social constructivist model of nursing’s pedagogic practice using Bernstein’s educational theories
O'Connor, S. 2012. Developing a social constructivist model of nursing’s pedagogic practice using Bernstein’s educational theories. in: Cook, V., Daly, C. and Newman, M. (ed.) Work-based Learning in Clinical Settings: Insights from Socio-Cultural Perspectives London Radcliffe Publishing. pp. 65-83
|Editors||Cook, V., Daly, C. and Newman, M.|
|Keywords||Basil Bernstein; nursing; nurse education; pedagogy; visible curricula; invisible curricula; curriculum development; vertical knowledge structures; horizontal knowledge structures; social constructivism; pedagogic discourse; pedagogic space; recontextualisation; work-based learning; social learning|
|Book title||Work-based Learning in Clinical Settings: Insights from Socio-Cultural Perspectives|
|Place of publication||London|
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|Deposited||04 Feb 2016|
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