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To be or not to be, that is the question;
Can a new curriculum be everything you
want it to be?
Dr Chris Trace BVetMed MRC...
Content of presentation
• Personal	
  introduc/on	
  
• Introduc/on	
  to	
  Surrey	
  and	
  UK’s	
  newest	
  vet	
  
sc...
A bit about me… pre-Surrey
2008	
   2009	
   2010	
   2011	
   2012	
   2013	
  
April	
  2015	
  Dec	
  2013	
  
Staff	
  
training	
  
Content	
  
crea/on	
  
Launch	
   Teaching	
  
Talis	
  
Insight	
...
Our Mission
“To inspire and educate veterinary professionals who will
advance veterinary medicine to meet the needs of a
c...
Our curriculum
Year 5 – Practise, practise, practice
Year 4 – The role of the Veterinary Surgeon
Year 3 – Return to normal...
School of Vet Med Practice Partners
8
Conservation
Education
Specialist areas
Research
Small Animal Practice Equine and Pr...
How has teaching (and learning) changed?
How has teaching (and learning) changed?
•  Lectures	
  
•  Seminars	
  
•  Directed	
  learning	
  
•  Recorded	
  lectures	
  
•  Online	
  lectures	
  
•  Onlin...
•  Animal	
  handling	
  
•  EMS	
  
•  Intra-­‐mural	
  rota/ons	
  
•  Clinical	
  Skills	
  centre	
  
•  Virtual	
  pa...
•  Books	
  
•  Journals	
  
•  Papers	
  
•  eBooks	
  
•  Online	
  Journals	
  
•  WikiVet	
  
How has teaching (and le...
Flipped Classrooms
Flipped ClassroomsTools we’ll be using:
Tools we’ll be using:
Screen	
  capture	
  
Short	
  
Lecture	
  
Videos	
  
PowerPoint	
  
Forma/ve	
  
quizzes	
  Tests	...
What we wanted to do:
Student	
  -­‐	
  centred	
  
Teacher	
  -­‐	
  centred	
  
Technology	
  
enhanced	
  
Tradi/onal	
...
Factors affecting innovative
curriculum delivery
Learning	
  object	
  
Module	
  
Course	
  
Department	
  
Faculty	
  
S...
Factors affecting innovative curriculum
delivery
Learning	
  object	
  
Module	
  
Course	
  
Department	
  
Faculty	
  
S...
Factors affecting innovative curriculum
delivery
Mo/va/on	
  
For	
   Against	
  
Perceived	
  worth	
  
of	
  web-­‐based...
What would you do? What we’ve done:
•  Staff training –
workshops, informal
drop-in sessions
•  Staff support
•  Teacher o...
Our experience with Talis
Reading lists:
Adopted throughout university, accepted by staff and (largely)
populated.
Fairly ...
Any questions?
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To be or not to be, that is the question: Can a new curriculum be everything you want it to be?

  1. 1. To be or not to be, that is the question; Can a new curriculum be everything you want it to be? Dr Chris Trace BVetMed MRCVS
  2. 2. Content of presentation • Personal  introduc/on   • Introduc/on  to  Surrey  and  UK’s  newest  vet   school   • How  teaching  and  learning  has  changed   • What  we  wanted  to  do   • Factors  affec/ng  curriculum  delivery   • What  we’ve  actually  done   • Our  experience  with  Talis   • Ques/ons  
  3. 3. A bit about me… pre-Surrey 2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013  
  4. 4. April  2015  Dec  2013   Staff   training   Content   crea/on   Launch   Teaching   Talis   Insight   Oct  2014  
  5. 5. Our Mission “To inspire and educate veterinary professionals who will advance veterinary medicine to meet the needs of a changing world through “One Health, One Medicine”. Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine & Science – BVMSci Emphasis on developing confident, competent, research- aware career-ready graduates with a global view of veterinary medicine and One Health. FIRST POST-DIGITAL VET SCHOOL
  6. 6. Our curriculum Year 5 – Practise, practise, practice Year 4 – The role of the Veterinary Surgeon Year 3 – Return to normal Year 2 – Discovering the abnormal Year 1 – Discovering the normal
  7. 7. School of Vet Med Practice Partners 8 Conservation Education Specialist areas Research Small Animal Practice Equine and Production Animal Corporate Shelter Medicine
  8. 8. How has teaching (and learning) changed?
  9. 9. How has teaching (and learning) changed?
  10. 10. •  Lectures   •  Seminars   •  Directed  learning   •  Recorded  lectures   •  Online  lectures   •  Online  discussion  boards   •  Audience  par/cipa/on  systems   How has teaching (and learning) changed?
  11. 11. •  Animal  handling   •  EMS   •  Intra-­‐mural  rota/ons   •  Clinical  Skills  centre   •  Virtual  pa/ents   •  Simulated  pa/ents   •  Clinical  learning  resources   How has teaching (and learning) changed?
  12. 12. •  Books   •  Journals   •  Papers   •  eBooks   •  Online  Journals   •  WikiVet   How has teaching (and learning) changed?
  13. 13. Flipped Classrooms
  14. 14. Flipped ClassroomsTools we’ll be using:
  15. 15. Tools we’ll be using: Screen  capture   Short   Lecture   Videos   PowerPoint   Forma/ve   quizzes  Tests   Xerte   PollEverywhere   Interac/ve   lectures   PBL  cases   Discussion   boards   Instruc/onal   videos   Virtual   Pa/ents   Talis   Lighthouse   Reading   lists   Digi/sed   content   OERs  
  16. 16. What we wanted to do: Student  -­‐  centred   Teacher  -­‐  centred   Technology   enhanced   Tradi/onal  
  17. 17. Factors affecting innovative curriculum delivery Learning  object   Module   Course   Department   Faculty   School  
  18. 18. Factors affecting innovative curriculum delivery Learning  object   Module   Course   Department   Faculty   School   Mo/va/on   Time   Ability   Knowledge  
  19. 19. Factors affecting innovative curriculum delivery Mo/va/on   For   Against   Perceived  worth   of  web-­‐based   ac/vi/es   Cultural  learning   style   Perceived   benefits   Ease  of  use   “If it’s not going to improve my MEQ scores, what’s the point?”
  20. 20. What would you do? What we’ve done: •  Staff training – workshops, informal drop-in sessions •  Staff support •  Teacher observations •  Semester coordinators •  Showcase events •  Reviewing and sharing student feedback •  Publishing guidelines
  21. 21. Our experience with Talis Reading lists: Adopted throughout university, accepted by staff and (largely) populated. Fairly poor student engagement Digitised content: Started using, process seems to work effectively but staff awareness work to be done. Project Lighthouse: Pilot underway. Some initial teething problems with player and student access, but very swiftly resolved Main issue currently is staff not motivated to use as many don’t care about LA – also haphazard uploading of content
  22. 22. Any questions?

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