By Susan Bridges, Lap Ki Chan, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver
This evidence-packed consultant explores the starting to be significance of recent applied sciences and located studying within the forefront of clinical and overall healthiness sciences schooling, sponsored through real-world scientific purposes. Its twin emphasis on problem-based studying (PBL) and utilized studying is mirrored within the diversity of writer views, from figuring out how applied sciences have interaction beginners to implications for software layout. options coated variety from wider and extra special use of cellular units and digital clinical documents to video instances and digital sufferers, in medical contexts from kinfolk perform to really good surgical procedure. while, chapters element either the mandatory for placing those structures into position and the software program had to lead them to obtainable to learners.
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- Technology and crew strategies in PBL: An ethnographic study.
- What is actual? utilizing problem-based studying in digital worlds.
- Are Wikipedia articles trustworthy studying assets in PBL curricula?
- Utilizing cellular digital future health documents in medical education.
- Measuring feelings in medication: methodological and technological advances inside actual clinical studying environments.
- The deteriorating sufferer cellphone app: in the direction of severe online game design.
Medical/health sciences educators and researchers in academic expertise will glance to Educational applied sciences in clinical and healthiness Sciences Education to pinpoint present and destiny tendencies in an ever-important field.
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The effects seemed to be moderated by group composition and dynamics. In a few studies facilitating elaboration during PBL group sessions was the main focus. Lan, Sung, Tan, Lin, and Chang (2010) gave an example of how mobile devices were used to make notes and share them during face-to-face discussions. Mok, Whitehill, and Dodd (2008) argued that mind mapping and concept mapping techniques are suitable to support PBL. Indeed, mapping tools have been used, sometimes in combination with interactive whiteboards, to visualize concepts and explicitly structure group discussions.
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Educational Technologies in Medical and Health Sciences Education by Susan Bridges, Lap Ki Chan, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver