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Title Teaching anatomy : a practical guide / Lap Ki Chan, Wojciech Pawlina, editors.
Publisher Cham : Springer, 2015.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  QM 30 T2  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Descript xx, 403 pages : illustrations (some colour)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents 1. Elements Of Successful Adult Learning.- 2. Characteristics Of Students Of The Millennial Generation.- 3. Students Learning Styles In Anatomy.- 4. Outcome-Based Approach To Student Learning -- 5. Competencies Needed For Teaching Anatomy Effectively And Efficiently.- 6. Using Teaching Assistants In Anatomy.- 7. Engaging Residents And Clinical Faculty In Anatomy Education.- 8. Giving A Lecture.- 9. Engaging Students In Active Learning In The Large Group Setting -- 10. Preparing and Recording Lectures For On-Line Delivery -- 11. Evaluating Your Own Performance In A Lecture.- 12. Choosing Between Lecture and Briefing Session.- 13. Facilitating Small Group Discussion -- 14. Engaging Students With Different Learning Styles And Behavioral Problems -- 15. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In PBL Environment -- 16. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In CBL Environment.- 17. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In TBL Environment.- 18. Giving Feedback To Students -- 19. Using Body Painting To Teach Anatomy.- 20. Evaluating Your Own Performance In Leading A Small Group Discussion.- 21. Running A Body Donation Program.- 22. Designing Gross Anatomy Laboratory To Meet The Needs Of Today?s Learner.- 23. Preparing Students Emotionally For The Human Dissection Experience -- 24. Promoting Reflection In The Laboratory.- 25. The Pros And Cons Of Dissection And Prosection.- 26. Use Of Fresh Specimens In Anatomy Teaching And Learning.- 27. Instruments For Facilitating Anatomy Learning In The Laboratory.- 28. The Use Of Digital Human Models.- 29. Essential E-Learning and M-Learning Methods for Teaching Anatomy.- 30. The Use Of Low-Tech Models To Enhance The Learning Of Anatomy.- 31. The Use Of The Gross Anatomy Museum For Teaching And Learning.- 32. Different Methods For Assessing Anatomical Knowledge.- 33. Writing Good Questions In Anatomy.- 34. Assessing Non-Discipline Related Skills And Competencies.- 35. The Anatomy Components In Different Types Of Curricula.- 36. The Role Of An Anatomist In A Healthcare Curriculum.- 37. Identity Of Anatomy Teacher In An Integrated Curriculum.- 38. Hidden Curriculum In Anatomy -- 39. Dental Program.- 40. Allied Health Program.- 41. Research Methods In Anatomy Education.- 42. Educational Research Opportunities In Anatomy.
ISBN 9783319089294 (print)
3319089293 (print)
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-319-08930-0 doi
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Subject Human anatomy -- Study and teaching.
Alt author Chan, Lap-Ki, 1964-
Pawlina, Wojciech.
Descript xx, 403 pages : illustrations (some colour)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents 1. Elements Of Successful Adult Learning.- 2. Characteristics Of Students Of The Millennial Generation.- 3. Students Learning Styles In Anatomy.- 4. Outcome-Based Approach To Student Learning -- 5. Competencies Needed For Teaching Anatomy Effectively And Efficiently.- 6. Using Teaching Assistants In Anatomy.- 7. Engaging Residents And Clinical Faculty In Anatomy Education.- 8. Giving A Lecture.- 9. Engaging Students In Active Learning In The Large Group Setting -- 10. Preparing and Recording Lectures For On-Line Delivery -- 11. Evaluating Your Own Performance In A Lecture.- 12. Choosing Between Lecture and Briefing Session.- 13. Facilitating Small Group Discussion -- 14. Engaging Students With Different Learning Styles And Behavioral Problems -- 15. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In PBL Environment -- 16. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In CBL Environment.- 17. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In TBL Environment.- 18. Giving Feedback To Students -- 19. Using Body Painting To Teach Anatomy.- 20. Evaluating Your Own Performance In Leading A Small Group Discussion.- 21. Running A Body Donation Program.- 22. Designing Gross Anatomy Laboratory To Meet The Needs Of Today?s Learner.- 23. Preparing Students Emotionally For The Human Dissection Experience -- 24. Promoting Reflection In The Laboratory.- 25. The Pros And Cons Of Dissection And Prosection.- 26. Use Of Fresh Specimens In Anatomy Teaching And Learning.- 27. Instruments For Facilitating Anatomy Learning In The Laboratory.- 28. The Use Of Digital Human Models.- 29. Essential E-Learning and M-Learning Methods for Teaching Anatomy.- 30. The Use Of Low-Tech Models To Enhance The Learning Of Anatomy.- 31. The Use Of The Gross Anatomy Museum For Teaching And Learning.- 32. Different Methods For Assessing Anatomical Knowledge.- 33. Writing Good Questions In Anatomy.- 34. Assessing Non-Discipline Related Skills And Competencies.- 35. The Anatomy Components In Different Types Of Curricula.- 36. The Role Of An Anatomist In A Healthcare Curriculum.- 37. Identity Of Anatomy Teacher In An Integrated Curriculum.- 38. Hidden Curriculum In Anatomy -- 39. Dental Program.- 40. Allied Health Program.- 41. Research Methods In Anatomy Education.- 42. Educational Research Opportunities In Anatomy.
ISBN 9783319089294 (print)
3319089293 (print)
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-319-08930-0 doi
Subject Human anatomy -- Study and teaching.
Alt author Chan, Lap-Ki, 1964-
Pawlina, Wojciech.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  QM 30 T2  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Human anatomy -- Study and teaching.
Descript xx, 403 pages : illustrations (some colour)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents 1. Elements Of Successful Adult Learning.- 2. Characteristics Of Students Of The Millennial Generation.- 3. Students Learning Styles In Anatomy.- 4. Outcome-Based Approach To Student Learning -- 5. Competencies Needed For Teaching Anatomy Effectively And Efficiently.- 6. Using Teaching Assistants In Anatomy.- 7. Engaging Residents And Clinical Faculty In Anatomy Education.- 8. Giving A Lecture.- 9. Engaging Students In Active Learning In The Large Group Setting -- 10. Preparing and Recording Lectures For On-Line Delivery -- 11. Evaluating Your Own Performance In A Lecture.- 12. Choosing Between Lecture and Briefing Session.- 13. Facilitating Small Group Discussion -- 14. Engaging Students With Different Learning Styles And Behavioral Problems -- 15. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In PBL Environment -- 16. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In CBL Environment.- 17. Promoting The Learning Of Anatomy In TBL Environment.- 18. Giving Feedback To Students -- 19. Using Body Painting To Teach Anatomy.- 20. Evaluating Your Own Performance In Leading A Small Group Discussion.- 21. Running A Body Donation Program.- 22. Designing Gross Anatomy Laboratory To Meet The Needs Of Today?s Learner.- 23. Preparing Students Emotionally For The Human Dissection Experience -- 24. Promoting Reflection In The Laboratory.- 25. The Pros And Cons Of Dissection And Prosection.- 26. Use Of Fresh Specimens In Anatomy Teaching And Learning.- 27. Instruments For Facilitating Anatomy Learning In The Laboratory.- 28. The Use Of Digital Human Models.- 29. Essential E-Learning and M-Learning Methods for Teaching Anatomy.- 30. The Use Of Low-Tech Models To Enhance The Learning Of Anatomy.- 31. The Use Of The Gross Anatomy Museum For Teaching And Learning.- 32. Different Methods For Assessing Anatomical Knowledge.- 33. Writing Good Questions In Anatomy.- 34. Assessing Non-Discipline Related Skills And Competencies.- 35. The Anatomy Components In Different Types Of Curricula.- 36. The Role Of An Anatomist In A Healthcare Curriculum.- 37. Identity Of Anatomy Teacher In An Integrated Curriculum.- 38. Hidden Curriculum In Anatomy -- 39. Dental Program.- 40. Allied Health Program.- 41. Research Methods In Anatomy Education.- 42. Educational Research Opportunities In Anatomy.
Alt author Chan, Lap-Ki, 1964-
Pawlina, Wojciech.
ISBN 9783319089294 (print)
3319089293 (print)
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-319-08930-0 doi

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