AO Principles of Teaching and Learning

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Thieme, Jan 1, 2011 - Medical - 125 pages
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Co-authored by surgeons and professional educators, here is a practical, how-to book for organizing and teaching AO courses. You will find guidelines and tips for:
  • Identifying the learning needs of your students
  • Using videos, slides, implants, and instruments as teaching tools
  • Communicating effectively in an international setting
  • Encouraging active participation and teamwork
  • Evaluating the course for success and areas to improve
  • And much more!
  • Checklists, anecdotes, and illustrations highlight key points and make preparing and teaching a course simple and fun. A must for AO instructors, this text will also be of interest to any practitioner who educates residents, students, and beginning surgeons.
     

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    Contents

    1 AO educationintroduction
    1
    2 How to be a course chairman
    11
    3 How to run a discussion group
    35
    4 How to run a practical
    53
    5 How to be a table instructor
    65
    6 How to give a lecture
    77
    7 How to run an operating room personnel ORP course
    97
    8 Summary and future directions for AO education
    111
    AppendixAO courses using cadaveric material
    124
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    About the author (2011)

    President, Professional Resource Network, Inc. And Associate Consulting Professor, Duke University School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

    Education, AO Foundation, Duebendorf, Switzerland

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