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Teaching and learning system explained; teaching structure and process; the subject- teacher- learner equation stating dominance of each and its effects; its advantages and disadvantages; Smart education system; teaching techniques; clinical facilities and ambience for teaching; affiliation requirements

Teaching and learning system explained; teaching structure and process; the subject- teacher- learner equation stating dominance of each and its effects; its advantages and disadvantages; Smart education system; teaching techniques; clinical facilities and ambience for teaching; affiliation requirements

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  1. 1. Teaching system, Clinical facilities, Affiliation Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. Teaching An interactive process An interpersonal influence Aims at changing the behavior potential of the learner. An arrangement and manipulation of situations - To overcome/ learn To reinforce For guidance/ direction of learning Does not exist in isolation
  3. 3. Learning Acquiring new… Modifying existing… Reinforcing existing… Potential change in – Synthesizing information (Giving a personal meaning) Depth of the knowledge Attitude/ behavior acc to the type and range of experience Skills Knowledge Behaviours Skills Values/ preferences To bring about..
  4. 4. System A regularly interacting/ interdependent group of items forming a unified whole. Every system is delineated by its spatial and temporal boundaries, surrounded and influenced by its environment, described by its structure and purpose and expressed in its functioning.
  5. 5. Teaching system Teaching system involves the structure and process of interaction between the Teacher, the Learner and the Subject being taught. TEACHER SUBJECT LEARNER
  6. 6. Teaching structure & process Teaching Structure Teaching process Organization of Curriculum Planning Organization of studies and exam Implementation Teaching and studying techniques Evaluation Stimulus structure Revision Cognitive structure – Static & kinetic
  7. 7. The teaching system should maintain a balance between Teacher, Learner & Subject The processes should – Involve delegation to appropriate faculty Develop effective methods to deliver the course content Respond to changing circumstances at every level Be self-aware and self-correcting The Subject- Teacher- Learner equation
  8. 8. Traditional role : Subject dominant Subject is on top – Decides the teacher- Student relationship Teacher comes next – The servant of the Subject, and master of the Learner. Interprets subject to the learner
  9. 9. Teacher dominant Teacher in control and seeks compliance Manages the relationship between Subject and Learner Interests of the Learner or the demands of the Subject or both  secondary Selection and interpretation of the subject – By teacher
  10. 10. Learner- Subject dominance Close relationship between Learner and Subject Both in dominant position Teacher ‘facilitates’
  11. 11. Teacher – Centered Vs Student- Centered Curriculum Factors Teacher centered Learner Centered Focus of Aims & Objectives On Instructor On students… & Instructor Interactions Instructor talks, students listen Instructor models, Students interact with instructor & one another Activity Students work alone Students work alone/ in groups as needed Supervision By Instructor …corrects every student utterance Students work without constant instructor monitoring Selection of topics By instructor Student given some choice Clarification Instructor answers every question by student Students answer each other, under instructor’s guidance Classroom ambience Quiet Noisy and busy Evaluation of student learning By instructor By students & instructor
  12. 12. Teacher Centered Curriculum - Advantages and Disadvantages of Advantages Orderly. students are quiet, teacher in full control Because students learn on their own, they learn independence and make their own decisions. Teacher has no worries that topics will be missed Disadvantages Students don’t develop communication skills Boring classes, mind wanders, important points missed Prevents expression by/ questioning/ self direction by students
  13. 13. Student Centered Curriculum - Advantages and Disadvantages of Advantages Communicative and collaborative skills – Through group work Self direction in learning - Through questioning Better interaction and active participation Independence - In learning, decision making & completing tasks Disadvantages Noisy chaotic classroom Difficult to manage all activities of students by teachers Some may miss important facts. Some prefer to work alone, so group work can be problematic.
  14. 14. Smart Education System An educational system that allows students to learn by using up-to-date technology and it enables students to study with various materials based on their aptitudes and intellectual levels” - Jang
  15. 15. Effective & evidence based teaching Objectives, mnemonics, feedbacks Attention, motivation, chunking, sequencing Smart teaching system The 3 – Level Teaching Structure
  16. 16. A Smart Teaching System - Ron Fitzgerald >ed learning
  17. 17. Techniques used in teaching Lecture – discussion Seminars Symposia Demonstration Panel discussion Group work Role plays
  18. 18. Clinical facilities Locations where students directly care for patients/clients under the supervision of a qualified faculty member so that program outcomes are met. Sources – With good occupancy and required departments and other facilities for appropriate student learning Parent hospital Affiliation to other hospitals Community Educational visits
  19. 19. Clinical facilities - Teaching ambience Clinical field - Hospital depts (IP & OP); labs; community Mission, vision, philosophy Patients – Adequate in quality and quantity Care equipments Standard routine – With SOPs as necessary Adherence to right principles of care
  20. 20. Clinical facilities - Teaching ambience Facility for applying learnt theory in practice Student’s status Cooperation between hospital and teaching staff Experienced & knowledgeable Clinical instructors Involvement of the health team in teaching Integration of Nursing education and Nursing service
  21. 21. Clinical teaching methods Client family centered methods Observation – Participant/ Non participant Conference – Clinical, individual, group, staff, nursing-care, team conferences Nursing rounds & medical rounds – Planned/ incidental teaching Demo and re- demo of procedures Case study/ presentation Bed-side clinic
  22. 22. Process recording Brain storming methods Problem – solving methods Group discussion Incidental/ planned health talks Organizing exhibition Research projects OSCE (Objective structured clinical examination) method of teaching
  23. 23. Affiliation A state of having connection/ relationship/ association/ membership with another body for a definite purpose A written agreement Generally sought for a definite period Affiliation fees; terms and conditions
  24. 24. Affiliation sought with Regulatory bodies… For recognition of the course Granted periodically after a formal inspection of the facilities Recognition necessary for admitting students for the new academic year Requires maintenance of needed standards and facilities for the conduct of the course
  25. 25. Affiliation sought with Hospitals / other health provider institutions … For enhanced learning requirements Precedes the planning of the MRP Granted as per convenience of the institution More than one institution may seek affiliation at one time Role of DHO in overall control & coordination Written agreement states – Nature and number of students Period of affiliation Undertaking during the affiliation period
  26. 26. Affiliation Need to abide by the regulations of the institution to which affiliated Policies and procedures Working hours Terms and conditions Return services Drawbacks…….?
  27. 27. Components of the teaching system? Teaching system involves _________ Teaching structure? Teaching process? Compare the dominance of Subject, Teacher, and Learner in the teaching system Compare Teacher centered and student centered curriculum What is Smart teaching system? Techniques used in teaching? Clinical teaching methods? What is affiliation?

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