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Good teacher

  1. 1. Good teacher is more than a lecturer Rajin Arora, MD Lampang Hospital
  2. 2. If it ain’t broke, Don’t fix it! Dr W Loren Williams Jr
  3. 3. 9 Diseases of the CurriculumS. Abrahamson (1978) Curriculosclerosis  specialty “ ” Carcinoma of the curriculum  Curriculoarthritis  Curriculum disesthesia  Iatrogenic curriculitis 
  4. 4. 9 Diseases of the CurriculumS. Abrahamson (1978) Curriculum hypertrophy  Idiopathic curriculitis  Intercurrent curriculitis  Curriculum ossification 
  5. 5. How do others fix it?
  6. 6. SPICES ModelTeacher-centered S tudent-centeredInformation gathering P roblem-basedDiscipline-based I ntegrationHospital-based C ommunity-basedStandard program E lectiveOpportunistic S ystematic Harden et al, 1984
  7. 7. lecturelecture lecture Roleslecture lecture lecture
  8. 8. Information providerExaminer Role model RolesPlanner Facilitator Resource developer Harden RM & Crosby J, 2000
  9. 9. 12 Roles of Teacher Information Provider 1. Lecturer in classroom 2. Teacher in clinical setting Role Model 3. On-the-job role model 4. Role model in teaching setting Facilitator 5. Mentor 6. Learning facilitator Harden RM & Crosby J, 2000
  10. 10. 12 Roles of Teacher Examiner 7. Formal examination 8. Curriculum evaluator Planner 9. Curriculum planner 10. Course organizer Resource developer 11. Producer of study guide 12. Developer of learning resources Harden RM & Crosby J, 2000
  11. 11. Please Introduce yourself • Must perform! • Wish to perform
  12. 12. “A good teacher wants to be a good teacher.” Markert RJ. Acad Med 2001; 76(8): 809-10.

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