A handbook for group discussion leaders: alternatives to lecturing medical students to death
Dept. of Family and Community Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, 1983 - Medical - 38 pages
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adequate amount of leadership answer appropriate asker assess audiovisual aids Barnes-McConnell behaviors case-based reasoning characteristics clinical reasoning cognitive desired attitude discus discussion method dominant style educational objectives enthusiasm example experience fact-finding feel Foley and Smilansky Formal methods ground rules group discussion leader group discussion session group discussion teaching group process group-centered discussions handbook High Medium Low housestaff idea-finding ideas learner-centered discussions learning lecture level of knowledge McBeath and Lane medical students Medium Medium method of teaching need for private outcome overall participants particular session planning pre-existing level prepared problem process to handle profes purpose question-and-answer recommend Rubeck and Pratt seating arrangement session is demonstrated share leadership sion specific individual student prior student talk style of interaction teacher and student teacher demonstrate comfort teacher make clear teacher-centered group-centered learner-centered TEACHING TECHNIQUES technique of case-based tension level thinking tions type of session types of questions Yes No 12