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Learning Technologies in Healthcare Education

Gain an in depth and critical understanding through practical experience of the potential for taking a learning technologies approach in healthcare education.

  • Learn to develop and evaluate learning and teaching that involves learning technologies through hands-on experience
  • Gain a broad conceptual and experiential understanding of the application of learning technologies in teaching, learning and assessment with specific reference to healthcare
  • You will undertake a portfolio of work for assessment including: contextual statement; review of selected learning technologies; learning technologies project plan and development schedule; evaluation plan; reflective writing; and supporting evidence
  • You will attend on-site workshops (18 hours) combined with online support and peer group activities (2 hours) and individual tutorial support (2 hours)

Learning technologies are new approaches to enhancing teaching & learning and might include e-learning, simulation, the use of digital media and social networking, and technology in the classroom including interactive whiteboards and audience response systems. This is not a technical module, and participants will not need to have any particular technical skills other than a willingness to explore new approaches in their teaching practice.

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Induction module

Before completing the course, you will undertake our Induction and Professional Development module, introducing you to all the underpinning regulations, guidance and support available to you during your postgraduate study.

Key Facts

Contact:

Dee Parker, Gaynor Mercer

Leader:

Dr David Davies

Duration: 
5 days

Assessment:
Portfolio

CATS: 20

Code: MD969


Next course:

Mon 26 Nov '18
26/11 - 30/11: Learning Technologies in Healthcare Education

Application Deadline: 15/10/2018


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Funding Opportunities

Fees