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Setting up and conducting interactive online workshops

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Facilitators in the SUNSTRIPE project have developed a set of resources for educators who are interested in setting up and conducting interactive online workshops. The resources include the following: A practical manual Guidelines for using Zoom (Hosts and facilitators) Guidelines for using Zoom (Participants) While these resources have a focus on the STRIPE workshops that […]

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Running effective workshops – Common workshop challenges

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This episode focuses on some of the process challenges that were experienced in running workshops and shares ideas for how these can be addressed. It discusses dealing with a mix of skills levels and backgrounds, dominant personalities, offensive opinions, irrelevant questions, and questions that are beyond the ability of the workshop facilitator to answer.

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Ottawa 2020 Conference

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AMEE is co-organiser of the Ottawa 2020 Conference “Assessment of health professionals and evaluation of programmes: Best practice and future development”. Ottawa 2020 provides an international forum for all involved in assessment and evaluation throughout the continuum and across all the healthcare professions to come together to discuss current practice and future developments. State of […]

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#8 Building a career in HPE with Vanessa Burch

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In this wide-ranging conversation, Vanessa and I discuss her 25 years in health professions education and research. We look at the changes that have taken place in the domain over the past 5-10 years and how this has impacted the opportunities available for South African health professions educators in the early stages of their careers.

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#7 Game based learning with Simone Titus

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In this episode of the SAAHE podcast I speak to Simone Titus about her PhD research project on the use of game-based learning. Simone talks about how this approach can lead to improved student engagement and collaboration, as well as some of the challenges she faced. She also describes how she wrote her final thesis, including the final year in Dublin with a mobility funding grant.