Improving student performance. W4H

Document Type: Policy and technical briefs
Publication Date: 2015

A coordinated set of teaching and learning strategies can have lasting impact on student performance.

At the beginning of Women for Health programme, the findings from an initial assessment of the quality of teaching demonstrated that the programme’s focus Health Training Institutions lacked not only the resources but the essential skills and attitudes that promote quality in teaching and learning. This resulted in a high student drop out and low pass rate.



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