Active Education for Future Doctors

Nomy Dickman, Barbara Schuster

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Description based upon print version of record. Chapter 8: The Power of Experiential Learning in Essential but Challenging-to-Teach Subjects Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Chapter 1: Back to the Future: Changing the Education of Medical Students -- What Is Active Learning? -- Why Active Learning? -- Are the Outcomes of Active Learners Different? -- Time to Restructure Medical Education -- Moving Forward: Creating Active Learning Environments -- References -- Chapter 2: Preparing Teachers and Learners -- Teacher Preparation -- Challenges and Obstacles with Introducing Active Learning Techniques -- Why the Faculty May be Resistant to Change -- Anticipating and Preparing the Teachers for Change [3, 4] Suggested Steps toward Implementing Active Learning and Flexible Teaching -- Student Preparation -- Mitigating the Challenges Confronting the Students -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: Giving a Great Lecture: Going from Fine to Fantastic -- Background -- Planning and Delivering a Good Lecture -- Preparing to Lecture -- During the Lecture -- Style -- Visual Aids: The Perfect PowerPoint™ -- Alternative Software -- The Active Lecture -- Questioning -- Audience Polling -- Use of Games and Other Technologies -- Kahoot! -- Padlet -- Twitter -- Pinterest -- Use of Props Small Group Activities in a Large-Group Setting -- Buzz Groups -- Snowballing -- Fishbowl -- Role-Play -- After the Lecture -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Active Teaching-Active Learning: Methods and Variations -- Introduction -- What Is a "Flipped Classroom"? -- Does the Flipped Classroom Actually Promote Better Learning? -- Is It Case-Based Learning (CBL) or Problem-Based Learning (PBL)? -- Team-Based Learning (TBL) -- Putting Pedagogy into Practice: Flexibility Is the Key -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: Clinical Teaching: The Bedside and Beyond -- Introduction Challenges in Clinical and Bedside Teaching -- Time Constraints -- Incorporating the Student as a Team Member -- Preparing Students and Tutors for Bedside Teaching -- Teaching Clinical Medicine -- Learning in the Workplace -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Assessment of Clinical Education -- Prerotation Testing -- In-Training Evaluation -- Completion Appraisal -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Medical Humanities and Active Learning -- About Medical Humanities -- Medical Humanities and Active Learning: Theoretical Linkage The Context: The Medical Humanities Program at Bar-Ilan University -- "Hands-On" Experience in Integrating Active Learning Within Medical Humanities -- Example 1a: Small-Group Learning in Ethics via CBL/PBL-Preclinical Stage -- Example 1b: Small-Group Learning in Ethics via Student-Selected Real-Life Cases -- Example 2: Addressing the Emotional Realm via Small-Group Learning and Reflective Writing -- Example 3: Visual Thinking Strategies and Other Art-Based Learning Involving Active Learning -- Educational Pearls -- Dos -- Don'ts -- Conclusion -- References
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCham, Switzerland
Number of pages181
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-41780-2
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-41779-6
StatePublished - 2020


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