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Rachel reflects on the barriers to learning challenging language and use of knowledge in the stressful profession of Midwifery. She discusses the use of Experiential Learning in a safe environment in developing student progress over Thresholds to enable Transformative learning. … Continue reading
In this clip Nikki discusses the transformation of the student learning experience through the use of simulated practice and reflective self and peer assessment. She uses simulations to integrate theory and practice, and skills can be developed in a safe … Continue reading
This clip outlines an inspiring example of experiential approaches to understanding theory and practice. The Experiential and Constructionist learning styles are student centred pedagogic methods which allow the learner to be challenged. These approaches aim to foster reflective learning and … Continue reading
An exploration of competence-based learning and assessment within a simulated healthcare setting: Dr Jon Waterfield
Educational research on subject contextualisation and evaluation of pedagogic approaches to professional practice skills. Student evaluation of OSCE experience to determine student perception of identity as a learner.