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A virtue or a plague for our learners? Exploring interpretative, narrative based pedagogy for professional identity development Stories in Medicine ARE Medicine! Using mobile technology in medical education Sunday 28 August Session 1: Plenary Sunday 28 August Creating Safe Spaces for Academic Innovation: Whether speaking on education, technology, digital learning, new futures, privacy, digital safety and entrepreneurship, he takes his audience on a journey and challenges them to think differently.
Brown-Martin was the founder of Learning Without Frontiers, a global think tank that brought together renowned educators, technologists and creatives to share provocative and challenging ideas about the future of learning.
He was responsible for some of the most provocative and challenging debates about education. He left LWF in to pursue new programmes and ideas designed to transform the way we learn, teach and live.
His year career has spanned the digital, education and creative sectors inventing and building new businesses that challenged the status quo.
Always too early, he designed mobile computers in the s, interactive digital music systems in the s and cloud-based storage systems in the early s. Plenary Monday 29 August Uncertainty in Healing and Learning: Finding the Simple in the Complex Location: Recent developments in the sciences of chaos and complexity introduce rigorous and disciplined approaches to deal with uncertainty.
In this session, Dr. Simultaneous Sessions seeking behaviour. In this symposium, a group of feedback and assessment researchers will explore the cultural considerations that influence how feedback succeeds or fails.
Monday 29 August Medical education, responsible to provide a relevant and adaptive health workforce, finds itself both challenged by innovation and constrained in a traditional education framework. We propose that a new way of thinking is required. We will explore these 'wicked' challenges, promote dialogue and discover new paradigms that offer the hope, scope and capacity to face the current and emerging challenges of health and education in the 21st century.
Current approaches to feedback are often disappointing, and innovation is required. But improving feedback in medical education is as much a cultural challenge as an individual one.
Medicine requires its teachers to play multiple roles assessor, coach, supervisor, care providercomplicating the feedback conversation. Big Learning from Small Screens: Using mobile technology in medical education Location: Peter GM de Jong, Netherlands Several current and future developments in mobile learning for teaching the health sciences will be discussed.
Members of the audience are encouraged to bring their own mobile devices to actively participate in the symposium.
Monday 29 August 3D Research Papers: Workplace-based assessment WBA is integral to programmatic assessment in a competency-based curriculum. WBAs promise more authentic assessment and provide the opportunity for observation and feedback to facilitate learning while informing decisions on progression through training.
However, difficulties have been reported in implementation, where assessment of learning and compliance with administrative requirements may dominate the experience of learners and supervisors.
We selected a stratified random sample representing diverse geographic locations and training stages. A non-medical researcher conducted semistructured telephone interviews of approximately 30minutes duration. Eighteen supervisors and 17 trainees had participated before data saturation.
We developed an iterative coding scheme, and two researchers coded all data, using QSR NVivo10, with periodic checking for consistent coding.
We analysed the frequency of coding to each code and associations between codes, synthesised key messages into descriptive findings, and subsequently developed themes.A number of books and journal articles, published both nationally and internationally, provide teachers with concrete and practical suggestions for the implementation of Assessment for Learning strategies.
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