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The Teaching and Learning in Medicine topic will introduce you to essential skills in medical education. Teaching is the perfect way to ensure your own knowledge and skills have been mastered and are maintained. You will develop an understanding of the approaches required for effective teaching in a range of settings, in order to optimize learner growth and development. As medical practitioners, teaching forms part of your career from an early stage, so this Discovery is suitable for anyone interested in teaching others and enhancing their own learning in the clinical environment.
Intended learning outcomes
- Identify effective teaching through reflective practice
- Demonstrate an understanding of how teaching and learning occurs in the clinical setting
- Apply an appropriate structured framework to delivering a teaching activity
- Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of effective feedback
Dates and Times
Commences Semester 2 for a 12-week teaching period.
Teaching and Learning
A 12-week teaching period, total time commitment of 170 hours.
A combination of synchronous and asynchronous online learning and independent activities. Weekly breakdown of learning activities: 4 hours of asynchronous online learning and 5 hours of independent activities. In addition, 2 hours of synchronous online learning during 8 weeks.
For assessment information, refer to the handbook link for MD Discovery 1: Foundation.
Dr Rosie Shea: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Wonie Uahwatanasakul: email@example.com
Dr Jayne Lysk: firstname.lastname@example.org
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