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Integrated learning

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William Burdick

on 29 December 2014

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Transcript of Integrated learning

Integrated learning
Curriculum design process
Design
Develop
Implement
Monitor
Evaluate
Review
Consensus
Teamwork
Coordination
Faculty development
Pneumonia
Diarrhea
Myocardial infarction
Anatomy
Physiology
Biochemistry
Integrated learning
experience
What would we like our graduates to be able to DO with the knowledge in these books?
Why are we talking about "integration?"
poor coordination
repetition and gaps
weak application of knowledge
How did we get here?
research departments created
education assigned to departments
assessments emphasize knowledge recall
weak central coordination
poorly articulated education objectives
Isolated
Aware
Harmonize
Nest
Temporal
Share
Correlate
Complement
Multi-
disciplinary
Laceration
And how can we help them learn in a way that lets them USE this knowledge ?
What are the implications for curriculum design?
The ability to use knowledge learned in one context ...
Transfer
Are we meeting curriculum objectives?
Competencies
Motivation for learning...
develop competence
solve problems
we look for opportunities to use (integrate) information
Transfer
...in another related context
Clear objectives needed
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Relevant
Time-bound
Learning with understanding
Deep versus superficial
Learning takes time
Reflective practice
Use multiple perspectives (contexts)
various disciplines
different clinical contexts, settings
Build on prior learning
Correct misconceptions
Assessment
Different levels:
facts
concepts
application

The ability to use information learned in one context... in another context
Is the curriculum being implemented as designed?
What changes do we need to make?
Cases
Problems
Systems
Symptoms
Correlations
Multiple perspectives
Learning
Goal oriented
Cumulative
Contextual
Active
Learning
Transfer
Leadership
Leadership
Learning
Curriculum
Leadership
Communication
Preparation
Resilience
Reflection
Objectives derived
from competencies
Curriculum
Competencies
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