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Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher. Edition: 3

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Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher is a perfect introduction for new teachers to the exciting opportunities facing them, whether they are working in undergraduate, postgraduate or continuing education. It will also be of considerable use to more experienced teachers to review and assess their own practice and gain a new perspective on how best to facilitate their students' or trainees' learning. The contents are based on the authors' extensive experience of what works in medical education, whether in teaching and curriculum planning or in the organisation of faculty development courses in medical education at basic and advanced levels.

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  • Section 1 - Challenges you face as a teacher (Teaching responsibilities)

    1. What is expected of you as a teacher at a time of change
    2. Section 2 - Specifying what students should learn (Outcome-based education)

    3. What is outcome or competency based education
    4. Specifying the learning outcomes and competencies
    5. Describing and communicating the learning outcomes and competencies
    6. Twelve steps in establishing an outcome or competency based approach
    7. Entrustable Professional Activities
    8. Section 3 - Planning the curriculum (The Curriculum)

    9. The authentic curriculum
    10. Ten questions to ask when planning a curriculum
    11. Sequencing curriculum content and the spiral curriculum
    12. A student-centred approach and student engagement
    13. Building learning around clinical problems and presentations
    14. Using an integrated approach
    15. Interprofessional education (IPE)
    16. Clinical teaching in the curriculum
    17. Information overload, the core curriculum and electives
    18. The importance of the education environment
    19. Mapping the curriculum
    20. Section 4 - Helping the student to learn (The teacher's toolkit)

    21. Selecting the teaching method
    22. Using sound educational principles
    23. Demonstrating passion for teaching
    24. Teaching large groups
    25. Learning in small groups
    26. Facilitating Independent learning
    27. Undertaking clinical teaching
    28. Making use of simulation
    29. Technology-enhanced learning
    30. Using peer and collaborative learning
    31. Section 5 - Checking that the student has learned (Assessment)

    32. Your institution's assessment PROFILE
    33. Six questions to ask about assessment
    34. Written assessment
    35. Clinical and performance-based assessment
    36. Portfolio assessment
    37. Self-assessment
    38. Assessment for admission to medicine and postgraduate training
    39. Section 6 - Planning for the future

    40. Evaluating the curriculum
    41. Knowing what works and doesn't work
    42. Bringing about change
    43. The future of medical education
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      9780702078545
    • UPC/ISBN
      9780702078545
    • Stock Last Checked
      Jun 30, 2022
  • Manufacturer
    Elsevier
  • Publication Date
    Jun 25, 2020
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