Critical thinking and learning styles of students in conventional and accelerated programmes.

@article{Suliman2006CriticalTA,
  title={Critical thinking and learning styles of students in conventional and accelerated programmes.},
  author={Wafika A Suliman},
  journal={International nursing review},
  year={2006},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={73-9}
}
AIM AND PURPOSE To assess the difference between the predominant critical thinking disposition(s) and learning styles of nursing students in the conventional (Stream I) and the accelerated (Stream II) baccalaureate nursing education programmes. This study will be beneficial to students, faculty and institutions as it will help them to acquire better understanding of critical thinking potentials and learning styles of nurses, as well as the relationship between learning styles and critical… CONTINUE READING

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