QUELLE TAXONOMIE POUR UNE FORMATION EN SANTE ?
Cas de l’Université Cheikh Anta DIOP de Dakar
Following its entry into the LMD system, Cheikh Anta Diop University has embarked on the implementation of a project to promote university teaching to improve the internal efficiency of the institution. A rewrite of course syllabus is to this end, initiated by favouring the apprenticeship system, through the explanation of the expected capabilities of students in terms of learning objectives during and after their training. By targeting these learning objectives, particularly those made in the training programs of the CEA-SAMEF, this present study, descriptive and exploratory aim, allowed to sketch the outlines appropriate taxonomy to health training, building on two levels of conceptualization of knowledge: epistemic register and the pragmatic register.
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