Teachers constraints to change Traditional approaches to teaching Lack of time to learn and implement new approaches Limited exposure and awareness of new technology Difficult to catch up with rapid pace of development Not convinced of value of new approaches DESPITE
AMEE 2009 Malaga Teaching the Teachers Traditional training courses Creating interactive training materials Seeding peer to peer skill sharing Using student pressure Changes to curriculum SO
AMEE 2009 Malaga Appropriate and Practical Technologies Students, Teachers, Administrators and Researchers (STAIRS) www.bloomsbury.ac.uk/apt
AMEE 2009 Malaga Learning from the Learners Focus groups and year reps Student ambassadors Developing e-guides e-case development Reviewing content Lets hear the student view
Conclusions Students have helped Determine how new technologies can help them learn Identify the most effective learning tools Encourage teachers to adopt new practices Develop new tools to improve their learning experience Assisted in training and supporting staff Monitor the uptake and impact of new approaches
AMEE 2009 Malaga Thank You Contact : Nick Short on : firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to : Beverley Panto and Asher Allison Web : www.rvc.ac.uk/AMEE
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