By Ian Bullock, Mike Davis, Andrew Lockey, Kevin Mackway-Jones
The Pocket advisor to instructing for medical teachers, third edition, presents a concise advent to teaching. Written through skilled clinical educators from the complicated existence aid staff and Resuscitation Council (UK), this best-selling advisor supplies finished and useful recommendation at the optimal educating methods.
Pocket consultant to instructing for medical Instructors covers easy ideas and useful elements of educating in quite a few modalities. This version comprises fabric which displays present advancements inside of teacher classes and comprises new fabric on suggestions, an expertise of non-technical abilities, the educating of groups and assisting learners.
This publication is key interpreting for a person attracted to instructing medical professionals and healthcare execs in any context. it's geared toward the relative newcomer to the educating position in all its sort and gives crucial, useful suggestion as to the right way to get the simplest out of learners.
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Its relevance for courses wanting to contribute towards effective professional performance is that the informal, temporary communities that they create should be similar to those from which the learners come. This is particularly important when setting up and running simulations which, while not being able to replicate ‘real life’ fully in terms of equipment and human patients, should aspire towards a psychological realism that reflects what people might find in their own practice. Maximising motivation Adult learners have to be motivated if they are going to learn and the principle of voluntarism is a key feature of successful adult learning experiences.
This chapter will explore ways in which a lecture can be interactive, and thereby a more powerful experience for both teacher and learners in order to reach its potential as a learning experience. The benefits of lectures are usually summarised as follows: r Disseminating information (possibly to large numbers) r Reducing the risk of ambiguity r Stimulating learner interest Pocket Guide to Teaching for Clinical Instructors, Third Edition. Edited by Ian Bullock, Mike Davis, Andrew Lockey and Kevin Mackway-Jones.
Educational Psychology: A Cognitive View. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1968. Bullock I. Skill acquisition in resuscitation. Resuscitation, 2000;45:139–143. Eggen PD, Kauchek DP. Strategies for Teachers. Teaching Content and Thinking Skills. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1998. CHAPTER 5 Managing simulations Learning outcomes By the end of this chapter you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of r the purpose of simulation r the origins of simulation r the management of simulation Introduction Simulation teaching is based on the notion of ‘let’s pretend .