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Slides of the Student focus Session IAMSE Conference 2009, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Slides of the Student focus Session IAMSE Conference 2009, Leiden, The Netherlands.

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    Your Secret Weapon to Innovation of Education Your Secret Weapon to Innovation of Education Presentation Transcript

    • YourSecretWeapon
      Academic Music
      Student
      Student
      Teacher
      Researcher
      Student
      To Curriculum innovation
      Teamwork
    • Session Outline
      Educational Partners
      State Session Goals
      Introduction facilitators
      Introduction of the topic
      Small Group discussions (45 minutes)
      Set personal session objectivepersonal introduction
      Sharing of experience
      Problem solving discussion
      Sharing of outcomes (plenary)
      Full group problem solving discussion
      Wrap up
      Student Involvement
    • Session Goals
      Educational Partners
      Get familiar with different models of student involvement
      Gain insight and inspiration for further development of student involvement
      Reflect on competencies needed to improve student involvement
      Share experiences to help you tackle local student involvement issues
    • Europe
      Educational Partners
      We start Medical school around the age of 18 (undergraduate entry).
      Our curriculum lasts 6 years or 5500 hours.
      Student involvement: ranging from education evaluation to representation on every committee, including the faculty board.
      Some countries have licensing or ranking exams
      Some countries quality assure education in medical schools through external peer review.
      There’s European collaboration in higher education through the Bologna Process
    • Small Group Work
      Get into smaller groups:
      Introduce yourself
      Set your personal session goal
      Max 15 min’s for whole group, taking turns.
    • Small Group Work
      The next questions:
      How do you involve students in: quality assurance, quality improvement, innovation, design and delivery of education?
      What tasks, roles and responsibilities do you give to the students?
      Max 15 min’s , sharing perspectives.
    • Small Group Work
      The next questions:
      Are there any aspects of your student involvement you wish to improve? Has anybody got experience with making such improvement?
      What aspects of your student involvement are you particularly happy about? What challenges were there when implementing this?
      Max 15 min’s , sharing perspectives.
    • Plenary
      Each group presents discussion outcomes
      Max 15 min’s spread over all groups.
    • Plenary
      • Questions to presenters?
      • Additional questions for full group: what skills/attitudes are needed from students and staff to optimally contribute to involving students?
      Max 15 min’s spread over all groups.
    • Wrap Up