|Educational Handbook for Health Personnel (WHO, 1998, 392 p.)|
When you have studied this handbook you should be able to:
identify priority health problems and define the professional tasks which will provide the basis for determining educational objectives;
plan a curriculum;
construct tests and other measurement devices.
These skills will be based upon a measurable gain of knowledge concerning:
relationship between professional training programmes and subsequent practice;
principles of learning and role of the teacher;
role of objectives in educational planning;
principles and methods of curriculum planning;
principles and practice of educational evaluation.
You will also have strengthened your desire to go on learning and acquiring skills in education and will have mastered an effective way of setting about it.