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Introduction to Teaching and Learning in the Health Professions Australia and New Zealand Edition

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  • Description
    Health professional roles are becoming progressively more demanding and complex. Within a context of increasing complexity of client care needs, health professionals are often required to play a greater role in teaching students, often concurrently with managing client care responsibilities. There are few practical, handy resources available to assist professionals in carrying out such educational roles.

    Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Health Professions is designed to support health professionals, particularly those new to educational roles, in their teaching, and in developing their expertise. It provides an invaluable resource for a range of health professional students. Undergraduate students, who are required to demonstrate their achievement of teaching-related professional competencies prior to graduation, and postgraduate students who are undertaking education courses, will find this text extremely beneficial.

    KEY FEATURES
    • A clear, accessible guide to the theoretical foundations for supporting learning, applied to practical teaching contexts
    • A focus on considerations in effective health professional education, such as diversity in learning styles and student groups, and complexities of teaching settings
    • Effective strategies for optimising learning through the teaching cycle, from preparation to practice to evaluation
    • Practical guidelines for managing real situations, many applied in the clinical field
    • Useful resources that can be applied directly in teaching
    • Reflective exercise that encourage learners to consider content in relation to their own teaching and learning
  • Specs
    Edition
    Australia/New Zealand Edition
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781920994525
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Trim Size
    208 x 148
    Pages
    288
    Publication Date
    February 15, 2013
    Weight
    1.00
  • Lisa McKenna PhD, MEdSt, RM, RN, FCNA
    Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
    Associate Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
    Lynette Stockhausen PhD, MEdSt, BEd, RN
  • Features
    • A clear, accessible guide to the theoretical foundations for supporting learning, applied to practical teaching contexts
    • A focus on considerations in effective health professional education, such as diversity in learning styles and student groups, and complexities of teaching settings
    • Effective strategies for optimising learning through the teaching cycle, from preparation to practice to evaluation
    • Practical guidelines for managing real situations, many applied in the clinical field
    • Useful resources that can be applied directly in teaching
    • Reflective exercise that encourage learners to consider content in relation to their own teaching and learning
  • Table of contents
    Preface ix
    About the Authors xii
    Reviewers xiv
    Acknowledgements xvi

    SECTION 1 OVERVIEW OF EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS 1
    CHAPTER 1 Locating Education in the Health Professions 3
    Introduction 4
    Education Underpinnings 5
    Academic Curriculum 5
    Clinical Curriculum 5
    Bridging Theory and Practice 7
    Clinical Competence 9
    Teaching Roles for Health Professionals 10
    Clinical Teaching Contexts 11
    Delivering Education 14
    Teaching Relationships and Models 15
    Challenges in Classroom and Clinical Settings 20

    SECTION 2 FOUNDATIONS FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING 27
    CHAPTER 2 Learners in the Health Professions 29
    Introduction 30
    What We Know About Learners in the Health Professions 30
    Types of Learners 30
    Theories Underpinning Teaching and Learning 36
    Promoting Clinical Reasoning 41
    Developing from Novice to Expert 42
    Student Expectations of the Practice Learning Environment 44
    Stress in the Clinical Setting 44

    CHAPTER 3 Situating Learning and Learning Communities 49
    Introduction 50
    Situated Learning: What the Literature Reveals 50
    Workplace Learning and Legitimate Peripheral Participation 54
    Professional Socialisation 59
    Socio-Political Influences on Clinical Learning 60

    SECTION 3 CREATING OPTIMAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS 69
    CHAPTER 4 Preparation for Learning 71
    Introduction 72
    Learning Environment Preparation 73
    Preparing the Academic Environment 73
    Preparing the Clinical Environment 78
    Self-Preparation 79
    Briefing 80
    Building Relationships 81
    Designing an Orientation Program 85
    Learner-Centred Preparation: Clinical Contracts and Portfolios 87
    Negotiated Learning Agreements (Learning Contracts) 87
    Learning Portfolio Development 92

    CHAPTER 5 Constructing Learning 99
    Introduction 100
    Large Group Teaching 101
    Small Group Teaching 103
    Information Technologies 110
    Providing and Supporting Learning Opportunities 113
    Purposeful Observations 114
    Active Demonstration 124
    Supporting Learning through Communication 130
    CHAPTER 6 Transforming Learning 137
    Introduction 138
    Changing and Transforming Practices 138
    Content 139
    Methods 147
    Sequencing 155
    Sociology 155

    CHAPTER 7 Reflection and Reconstructing Learning 159
    Introduction 160
    Reflective Practice 161
    Helping Learners Reflect: Strategies for Reflection 162
    Feedback and Clinical Assessment 177

    SECTION 4 DEVELOPING TEACHING AND LEARNING 191
    CHAPTER 8 Challenging Student Situations 193
    Introduction 194
    Commonly Encountered Student Situations 194
    Dealing with Challenging Clinical Issues 205

    CHAPTER 9 Developing as a Teacher 211
    Introduction 212
    Roles and Responsibilities 212
    Managing Time and Workload 213
    Identifying and Managing the Hidden Curricula 216
    Managing Complex Interpersonal Relationships 217
    Reflective Practice and Self-Care 218
    Professional Development 221
    Using a Professional Teaching Portfolio 224
    Mentoring 226

    Learning Resource 1
    Learning Inventory 231
    Learning Resource 2
    Thinking Skills Framework 233
    Learning Resource 3
    Lesson Plans 238
    Learning Resource 4
    Questioning Techniques 240
    Learning Resource 5
    Framework for Reflective Practice 248
    Learning Resource 6
    Using Evidence 252
    Learning Resource 7
    Teaching Evaluation 258
    Learning Resource 8
    Learning Environment Evaluation 260

    Index 266
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