Total Credits: 20
Level: Level 4
Target Students: 2.1 OR pass at MBBS • Degree is in a medical or allied healthcare professions discipline subject and/or sufficient associated work experience • Students on the MMEdSci, PGDip and PGCert Medical Education courses. • PGCHE students • Students proposed as suitable by the Head of School of Medicine
|Autumn||Assessed by end of Autumn Semester|
Summary of Content: This module introduces students to the principles of teaching and learning described in the broader literature from education and psychology as applied to a medical or healthcare professions education context. The module develops by exploring individual values and beliefs about teaching and learning and investigates the way in which the values, beliefs and held assumptions of teachers, together with expectations from learners, influence the delivery of teaching and the learning experience of students in a medical or healthcare professions education context.
Method and Frequency of Class:
|Activity||Number Of Weeks||Number of sessions||Duration of a session|
|Seminar||1 weeks||2 per week||8 hours|
Method of Assessment:
|Practical||50||Design two presentations (no more than 20 slides or 20 minutes in duration equivalent) for a novice and an advanced beginner around a topic in which you have a degree of subject matter expertise.|
|Assignment||50||1500 words: Based on the micro-teaching session, reflect on your experience before, during and after the event relative your ongoing development as a medical or healthcare professions educator.|
Dr R Patel
Education Aims: The aim of this module is to develop the knowledge, skills, values and desirable behaviours of students in the expert roles of a teacher – learning facilitator, information provider, resource developer and role model.
Learning Outcomes: Learning Objectives:
In a medical or healthcare professions education context, students will gain knowledge and understanding of:
Offering School: Medicine
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