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By David Newble BScHons, MBChB, MD, FRACP, DipEd, Robert Cannon MA, MEdAdmin, DipTertEd (auth.)

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ISBN-13: 9789401159272

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Medical scholars are to a wide volume taught via those that have undertaken very little formal learn within the box of schooling. even if formal learn of any topic is not any warrantly of passable on-the-job functionality, instructing perform itself with no wisdom of the basic princi­ ples of schooling is probably going to deliver distortions into the instructing state of affairs. Our personal event leads us to think that many lecturers are involved at this lack of information. This challenge is occur by way of their keen participation in actions which offer them with sensible tips in bettering their academic talents. regrettably, few books were written to assist the common scientific instructor wishing to achieve a standpoint on simple academic rules or looking feedback on how those can be utilized to educating. a prior book via the Advisory Centre for collage schooling (ACUE) on the college of Adelaide, entitled collage instructing, has proved to be very hot, either in the neighborhood and in another country, and has basically met the desires of organi­ zers and individuals in instructor education programmes in tertiary associations. The luck of this book, and our event with quite a few academic actions prepared for employees of clinical and dental faculties and postgraduate businesses, led us to think pragmatic academic advisor for scientific academics will be of worth to all such academics and especially to these requested to adopt an academic job for the 1st time.

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Such techniques include: One-to-one discussion Buzz groups Brainstorming Plenary session Evaluation discussion *'* *' '*'* 1. One-to-one discussion This is a very effective technique which can be used with a group of almost any size. It is particularly useful as an 'ice breaker' when the group first meets, and is valuable for enhancing listening skills. It can also be used to discuss controversial or ethical issues when forceful individuals with strong opinions will be prevented from dominating the discussion.

Should your honest answer to most of these questions be 'no' then you are probably a typical clinical teacher as many studies have shown that these attributes are rarely present. Just becoming aware of these attributes should encourage you to be more critical of your approach. The remainder of this chapter will deal more specifically with the planning and the techniques which can be introduced to enhance the effectiveness of your clinical teaching. IMPROVING WARD-BASED TEACHING If you are a clinical teacher, with no responsibilities for the planning of the curriculum, there may be few educational initiatives open to you other than to improve your ward-based teaching.

These categories serve to highlight some of the common features in groups which hinder their successful operation. Fight: this appears in several forms. It may be easily recog- nized as overt hostility and aggression but equally damaging can be misplaced humour, quibbling over semantics, point scoring and attempting to establish intellectual superiority. Teachers are as frequently guilty of such activities as their students. Flight: students become very adept at avoiding difficult sit- uations.

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