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Show, Tell and Talk – Embedding Case Based Learning in a modern undergraduate curriculum: design, implementation and practice (online and in-person)
February 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
IMPORTANT: Please remember to indicate if you will be attending in-person or online when reserving your place.
Do you currently use Case-Based Learning (CBL) in your teaching? Would you like to understand more about how to embed authentic cases in your curriculum?
In 2017, during the ‘MB21’ curriculum review process, Bristol Medical School completely re-imagined its delivery for the MBChB Undergraduate programme to move to a case-based learning design.
In this 1 hour session, three of the leads for the Case Based Learning (CBL) delivery in the Medical programme (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB)) will highlight how the team designed, implemented and delivered their CBL programme. The session will highlight top tips and offer a Q&A section to support other educators about CBL.
Design: developing the pedagogic evidence for CBL, KSA (knowledge, skills, attitudes), team working and hidden curriculum
Implementation: using authentic examples, scaffolding, technology and staffing
Practice: how sessions run (2-week cycle), student and staff experience
Q&A: quiz the team on how they overcame obstacles and top tips on using this strategy in other programmes
Contributions include :
Dr Sarah Allsop – Senior Lecturer in Medical Education
Dr Eugene Lloyd – Senior Lecturer, Bristol Medical School
Dr Judith Fox – Senior Lecturer, Bristol Medical School
Charlotte Gregson – Undergraduate Student Administrator, Bristol Medical School
Martin Van Eker – e-Learning IT Manager, Health Sciences Technology Enhanced Learning Team