Reflect on and articulate the meaning of effective instruction in the healthcare professions context
Justify the validity and reliability of a given assessment or programme of assessment
Explain the core elements of ‘good’ feedback
Describe the rationale for ensuring constructive alignment across a curriculum
Explore the influence of group dynamics on the learning environment
Identify the role of motivation in effective learning
Identify appropriate evidence-based learning strategies for use in the classroom or clinical workplace
Identify common methods and approaches to assessment used in healthcare professions education
On this course, you will identify and apply the fundamentals of education to the healthcare professions. You will use the latest evidence around effective learning, instructional design, assessment, feedback and the learning environment to reflect on your own practice.
By connecting to a global network of multi-professional educators in healthcare, you will gain new perspectives on your teaching and values as an educator, and be encouraged to share your teaching experiences with others. You will also be empowered to begin making evidence-based improvements to your teaching in the future.
This course is designed for healthcare professionals who work in, or have an interest in delivering formal or informal education.