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Teaching and Learning Methods

Teaching and Learning Methods 2
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DannyConnolly,Switzerland,Professional
Published Date:14-07-2017
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Slides adapted from a training provided by St John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India  Large group  Lecture  Small group  PBL  Integrated learning 3 1 2 5 4 6  Is the lecture a good method for medical teaching?  “Lecture” is only a tool …  How & where & for what you use it …........depends entirely on you At the end of this session the learners should be able to:  Define a lecture  Understand the differences, advantages and disadvantages of a lecture as a teaching learning method  If you fail to plan… you plan to fail  know your stuff  know whom you are stuffing  then stuff them elegantly  Content:  Context:  What is your message?  Why are you speaking to this group at this time?  What do you want them to remember?  How large an audience will you be addressing?  Audience:  How large is the room?  Who are you speaking to?  What audiovisual support  Why are they there? will you have (or need)?  What do they need to  How much time are you understand? allotted?  Are they familiar with the topic?  Introduction  Delivery  Preparation  Well begun is half done  Objectives  Communication skills  Content  Verbal  Introduction  Enthusiasm  Group inertia  Volume  Attention getter  Rate  Outline  Pause  Simple list  Uhs ums  Classification  Nonverbal  “ruleg”  Posture  “egrule”  Gesture  Problem centred  Eye contact  Relevance  fidgets  Ground rules  How to hold student attention  Body  Qualities of a great teacher  Logical order  Advantages, disadvantages  “Must know”  Interactive  Conclusion  Not just the end  Summary  The main message  Introduction  Delivery  Well begun is half done  Preparation  Communication skills ▪ Verbal  Objectives ▪ Nonverbal  How to hold student attention  Content  Introduction  Qualities of a great teacher ▪ Attention getter ▪ Outline  Advantages, disadvantages ▪ Relevance ▪ Ground rules  Body ▪ Logical order ▪ “Must know” ▪ Interactive  Conclusion ▪ Not just the end ▪ Summary ▪ The main message  Introduction  Delivery  Well begun is half done  Preparation  Communication skills ▪ Verbal  Objectives ▪ Nonverbal  How to hold student attention  Content  Introduction  Qualities of a great teacher ▪ Attention getter ▪ Outline  Advantages, disadvantages ▪ Relevance ▪ Ground rules  Body ▪ Logical order ▪ “Must know” ▪ Interactive  Conclusion ▪ Not just the end ▪ Summary ▪ The main message  Introduction  Delivery  Well begun is half done  Preparation  Communication skills ▪ Verbal  Objectives ▪ Nonverbal  How to hold student attention  Content  Introduction  Qualities of a great teacher ▪ Attention getter ▪ Outline  Advantages, disadvantages ▪ Relevance ▪ Ground rules  Body ▪ Logical order ▪ “Must know” ▪ Interactive  Conclusion ▪ Not just the end ▪ Summary ▪ The main message  Talk  Prepare supporting material in advance  Talk + AV aids  Ensure that all the materials you require are ready when you need  Talk + Handouts them  Talk + exercises, drills  Talk + Course material  Combination of all  Beginning: Tell them what you are going to tell them (Introduction)  Middle: Tell them (Body)  Endings: Remind them what you have told them (Conclusion) (Race P., 2001)  Attention-getter  Theme / Outline of the lecture  Relevance of the theme to students  Set your ground rules