So we did a little brainstorming. Here are some of things that were suggested in the very short time available (10 minutes or so):
foundational knowledge (facts, principles, concepts, ideas, vocabulary, etc.)certain kinds of skills such as knowledge management, knowledge navigation, independent learning, creative writingsome elements of clinical practice (e.g. correct procedures, video demonstrations of equipment being used, patient symptoms)
public speaking and facilitation skillsconsensus-buildingdecision-makingproblem solvingbuilding a closer relationship with/’humanising’ the instructorbody language cues from the instructor about what is really important to him/her in the coursepractical lab skills/operating equipment
Via Terry Calhoun
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