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Using Google Drive to facilitate a blended approach to authentic learning
While technology has the potential to create opportunities for transformative learning in higher education, it is often used to merely reinforce didactic teaching that aims to control access to expert knowledge. Instead, ...
The use of a wiki to facilitate collaborative learning in a South African physiotherapy department
(South African Society of Physiotherapy, 2012)
The dominant form of teaching in higher education remains the lecture, even though evidence suggests that it alone is inadequate to facilitate the development of the higher order thinking skills required in clinical practice. ...
Student and staff perceptions and experiences of the introduction of Objective Structured Practical Examinations: a pilot study
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2013)
Background. The Objective Structured Practical Examination (OSPE) is widely recognised as one of the more objective methods of assessing practical skills in healthcare programmes, including undergraduate physiotherapy ...
Ownership and attitudes towards technology use in physiotherapy students from seven countries
PURPOSE: To assess differences in prerequisites to blended learning such as technology use and Internet access in an international sample of physiotherapy students from Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Luxembourg, Sudan, ...
Technology-mediated learning in physiotherapy education: the social construction of practice knowledge.
(Aosis Publishing, 2013)
Clinical practice is complex, requiring practitioners to interpret a diverse range of inter-related variables in order to make clinical decisions as part of patient management. This process is often intuitive and therefore ...
A critical pedagogy for online learning in physiotherapy education
(Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2018)
In order to graduate physiotherapy students who are able to thrive in increasingly complex health systems, professional educators must move away from instrumental, positivist ideologies that disempower both students and ...