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Personalised Learning: A Case Study in Teaching Clinical Educators Instructional Design Skills

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The authors consider personalised learning in the context of delivering a specialist postgraduate course – ClinEd 711, ELearning and Clinical Education – at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland. They describe the pedagogical theory underlying the course design and their experience of delivering ClinEd 711 with particular reference to the personalised learning process that the course design facilitated. They present their research results for the student experience of ClinEd 711 and discuss changes made to the course as a result of student feedback. They make reference to the introduction of student-led modules to further personalise the students’ learning experience. ClinEd 711 is a specialist postgraduate course with low student numbers; with this in mind the authors discuss the implications of their pedagogical approach for those educators involved in teaching larger classes. They conclude their paper with a discussion of the role of the educator in personalised learning.

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212-234

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  • No

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978-1-60566-884-0

Editor/Contributor(s)

O'Donoghue J

Publisher

IGI Global

Place of publication

Hershey PA, USA

Title of book

Technology-Supported Environments for Personalized Learning

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