- Learning and Teaching: Applying Theory to Practice (30 credits)
Explore academic practice and gain an overview of learning theories relating to clinical education. Explore practical classroom teaching and learning approaches including the use of specific methods such as problem-based learning, small group and one-to-one teaching, and the use of role modelling in professional education, while also covering a range of pedagogical approaches. Identify both why you are taking an approach, as well as having the ability to implement, adapt and evaluate contemporary approaches to health professions education.
- Designing Learning and Assessment for the Health Professions (30 credits)
Gain an insight into the theory behind the utilisation of signature pedagogies and approaches to learning and teaching such as problem, case or team-based learning, and develop skills and confidence in delivering learning using these methods.
Systems of student support including mentoring, coaching and supervision feature in this module, and participants will be encouraged to explore the use of different systems in different contexts to meet the needs of a diverse student population. Explore in detail the range of assessments used in the clinical setting including the use of OSCE and other variants, the assessment of skills and competence.
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