The process of failing occupational therapy students: a staff perspective
Ilott, Irene (1993) The process of failing occupational therapy students: a staff perspective. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Assigning a fail grade, particularly when it results in the termination of a career goal, is a taboo and taken-for-granted aspect of an assessor's role. Hermeneutics provided the main framework for interpreting the subjective and objective experiences of both academic and fieldwork supervisors during this process.
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