By Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood
A pragmatic consultant to educating in medication geared toward medical professionals who at some point soon of their occupation need to educate, no matter if in a school room or in a medical surroundings. important articles on idea with a better emphasis on 'how to do it'.
Authors comprise the most authoritative clinical educationalists on the planet; hence readers gets the good thing about writers who've nice educating adventure subsidized up via wide academic examine.
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Tutoring and demonstrating—a handbook. Sheffield: Universities’ and Colleges’ Staff Development Agency, 1995. x Habeshaw T, Habeshaw S, Gibbs G. 53 interesting things to do in your seminars and tutorials. Bristol: Technical and Educational Services, 1992. x Jaques D. Learning in groups. 3rd ed. London: Kogan Page, 2000. x Tiberius R. Small group teaching: a trouble-shooting guide. London: Kogan Page, 1999. 21 7 One to one teaching and feedback Jill Gordon “My method (is) to lead my students by hand to the practice of medicine, taking them every day to see patients in the public hospital, that they may hear the patients’ symptoms and see their physical findings.
Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 1987;12:220-46. x Ward WC. A comparison of free-response and multiple-choice forms of verbal aptitude tests. Applied Psychological Measurement 1982;6(1):1-11. x Schuwirth LWT. An approach to the assessment of medical problem solving: computerised case-based testing. Maastricht: Datawyse Publications, 1998. ) 31 10 Skill based assessment Sydney Smee Skill based assessments are designed to measure the knowledge, skills, and judgment required for competency in a given domain.
They are also expensive to produce and to score. When writing open ended questions it is important to describe clearly how detailed the answer should be—without giving away the answer. A good open ended question should include a detailed answer key for the person marking the paper. Short answer, open ended questions are not suitable for assessing factual knowledge; use multiple choice questions instead. Short answer, open ended questions should be aimed at the aspects of competence that cannot be tested in any other way.
ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine by Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood