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The educational trajectory of Newly Arrived Migrant Students: Insights from a structural analysis of cultural capital
ABSTRACT Background: The recent influx of Newly Arrived Migrant Students (NAMS) in Western-European societies poses important educational questions about how best to support migrant students withinExpand
“I've been robbed!”: Breaking the Silence in Silas Marner
  • L. Emery, M. Keenan
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • American journal of psychoanalysis
  • 1 September 1999
Evaluating reflection in postgraduate GP training post Bawa-Garba: a qualitative approach
Background It has been suggested that reflection within healthcare training bears little resemblance to theoretical approaches to reflective practice described in academia. Concerns have been raisedExpand
Information Literacy Collaborations That Work
Information Literacy Collaborations that Work Edited by Trudi E. Jacobson and Thomas P. Mackey. New York, NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2007. 264 p. (Information Literacy Sourcebooks). $85.00 USD.Expand
Trainee engagement with reflection in online portfolios: A qualitative study highlighting the impact of the Bawa-Garba case on professional development.
BACKGROUND Reflection is an essential tool for postgraduate medical training, yet fear of exposing incompetence is a known barrier for engagement with reflection. In the UK, this fear may have beenExpand
Workshopping for Faculty: Report to CCC Thinktank.