AO Principles of Teaching and Learning: With Personal Anecdotes

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Thieme, 2005 - Medicine - 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

AO educationintroduction
1
How to run a discussion group
2
Evaluation
7
Before the course
13
During the course
29
Roger KJ Simmermacher John R Kues
35
A discussion in a large group
45
Bibliography
51
Ian Harris Robert D
65
During the course
87
How to run an operating room
97
Working with ORP faculty
103
Bibliography
109
Future trends in education
115
Bibliography
121
Copyright

During the course
60

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Education, AO Foundation, Duebendorf, Switzerland

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