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Principles of Pedagogy in Teaching in a Diverse Medical School: The University of Capetown South Africa Medical School
This paper describes a 2-month project developed by the Sage Colleges (New York) and the University of Capetown Medical School in South Africa to help the medical faculty at the Capetown Medical School teach its newly diverse student body. The program is intended to improve student retention and it emphasizes the need for faculty to assure students coming from nonacademic backgrounds of their competence and to celebrate multicultural diversity in higher education.
Author/Creator: Rothenberg, Julia Johnson, Holland, Errol
Date Published: 04-00
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