Working with struggling and failing students: 10 FAQs answered
Author: Jo Finch
Publication Date: 1 August 2017
Photo: John Birdsall/REX/Shutterstock
Learning points Why the gatekeeping role of practice educators must always override individual student need. Indicators and early warning signs that a student is struggling or at risk of failing. The important of being explicit with students about your concerns as soon as they arise. Contents Introduction 1. Concerns at the initial interview 2. Lack […]
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