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Problem Based Learning for Leadership Skills Jacky Price Kings College London
Session Plan Brief introduction Activity (small groups): Discuss previous experiences of using PBL Activity(small groups): review games Activity (discussion): discuss issues re. critical reflection Conclusion – review scribes jottings
Ground Rules Listening to each other Constructive feedback Confidentiality
Developing leadership skills The New NHS Interpersonal skills Inter professional working Management games - PBL Evidence Base Cohort research Enabling effective reflection
Activity 1 Discuss previous experiences of using PBL what worked what did not work so well What elements of teaching and learning have you / would you like to used PBL for Feedback to main group
Activity 2 Review games – discuss application and relevance practicalities and logistics developing IPW skills learning outcomes Feedback to main group
Activity 3 How can we promote and enhance student's critical reflection of their performance in game scenarios?
The End Any questions ????
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