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Curriculum development01

Curriculum development01

pline regarding the following questions. Reference your literature review in your paper using the APA format. Your reflection paper must be typed, double-spaced, 12 font, 6 page minimum plus a reference page.

Reflection 1. What purpose does health professions education serve and what does learning look like?

Discuss:
a. What is and has been the purpose of health professions education (historical and current)?

b. What does/could education/learning look and feel like in various learning environments (classroom, lab, simulation, clinic, online)?

c. Reflection on your personal beliefs and experiences with health professions education curricula and courses. (please do not include)

Smith, M.K. (2012) Aristole. The encyclopaedia of informal education, http://www.infed.org/thinkers/et-arist.htm#Aristotle

Smith, M. K. (1999). The encyclopaedia of informal education, http://www.infed.org/biblio/knowledge.htm

Smith, M. K. (2000) Curriculum theory and practice. The encyclopaedia of informal education, www.infed.org/biblio/b-curric.htm.

There is my answer to the first question. I would like not to change the idea of the answer. Second question please give some short description of various learning environments. I found some definition classroom and online studying. since we assign to do reflection on our health professional discipline, my will be sonography. Please give brief history of this technology and sonography occupation and programs. Thanks

The purpose of education to prepare a person for some worthy activity. Aristotle believed that an educated person is fulfilled person, and education is essential. Studying diverse subjects, practicing in different art and technical activities, physical training are all vital in forming body, mind and spirit. Everyday life activity and work should make good for human development and prosperity.
People were practicing medicine before they have started to read and write, so it is one of the oldest human activities. The development of modern medicine is the result of contribution was done by every civilizations and nations over the centuries. In the recent days health care industry become accumulation of sectors within economic system.
The purpose of health professions education as it was in the Hippocratic School of Medicine as it is in new days medical schools basically remains the same: profound understanding of the science, the art, and the ethic within which acquired knowledge and skills are applied. As the ancient so recent qualified doctors swear to practice medicine ethically and honestly by the Hippocratic Oath.
Any health profession uses wild range of theoretical and practical knowledge. To obtain the health professional education schools offer to students’ different learning environment.
Classroom environment is one of the oldest and widely recognized across nearly all academic education institutions. Classroom environment encompasses a broad range of educational concepts, including the physical setting, the psychological environment created through social contexts, and numerous instructional components related to teacher characteristics and behaviors.

Online learning, sometimes referred to as e-learning, is a form of distance education. Online courses are delivered over the Internet and can be accessed from a computer with a Web browser (ex. Internet Explorer).
Online courses can be
• Asynchronous – delivered at your convenience any time or place
• Synchronous – students are online at a specified time

What to Expect

Online courses are ideal for students whose work schedule or family commitments don’t allow them to attend classes on campus. Distance education can provide you with the opportunity to meet your educational goals.
• Online learning allows you the leisure of participating in classes from the comfort of your home.
• Requires self-discipline and motivation.
• You should be committed to learning.
• Students are expected to meet deadlines for assignments which may include essays, quizzes, exams, research, and group projects.
• Students are expected to participate in on-line discussions and activities on a regular basis.
Online courses are not easier or less work than face-to-face classes. You will be responsible for your own learning.
Take the self assessment to see if it’s right for you.
Basic computer skills needed to learn online:
• Navigate and search the Internet
• Use e-mail
• Attach document files in an
e-mail
• Download and save files
• Use word processing software (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

 

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