Authenticity and Innovation in Learning and Teaching
Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country
Professor Marilys Guillemin, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.
Panel Discussion: ‘Authenticity’ in Student Learning
Disruptions caused by the pandemic have drawn into greater relief how essential it is for learning and assessment to be ‘authentic’. But how do we understand this authenticity, and how well do we support it? This panel will explore some challenges and possibilities in ensuring that our students’ learning is authentic. We will hear from three panellists and will engage with each other in discussions focussed on increasing authenticity in student learning.
Panel Chair: Dr Leonie Griffiths, Director of Medical Student Education for Northern Clinical School, Melbourne Medical School; Chair, Clinical Placements Committee, MDHS; General Practitioner, Northern Health.
Professor Elizabeth Molloy: Professor of Work Integrated Learning, Deputy Head, Department of Medical Education, Melbourne Medical School, Academic Director, Interprofessional education and practice (IPEP), FMDHS.
Associate Professor Anna Ryan: Director of Assessment, Department of Medical Education, Melbourne Medical School, FMDHS.
Morgan Perry: Final Year Master of Speech Pathology student, President of the Speech Pathology Students’ Society (SPSS), GSA FMDHS Clinical Placements Committee Student Representative.
Padlet: ‘Authenticity’ in Student Learning Engage with this Padlet in the panel session.
Padlet: Day 1 Engage with this Padlet outside of the panel session
Chair: Dr Kelley Graydon
Teaching Innovation 1
Chair: Dr Abi Brooker
Teaching Innovation 2
Chair: Dr Karen Donald
How Six Optometry Schools Adapted their Teaching during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Dr Jia Jia Lek, Hui Shan Lim, Dr Anuradha Narayanan, Dr Jessica Neuville, Dr Krithica Srinivasan, Jessica Shan Mei Yang, Dr Kwang Meng Cham
Interprofessional Education: a Practical Health Sciences Experience for Students
Dr Peter Carew, Associate Professor Anthea Cochrane
“Thought-Provoking and Inspirational” Engaging Staff in Curriculum Innovation
Dr Samantha Byrne, Dr Clare McNally
Implementing Digital Technologies for Meaningful Remote Student Experiences
Dr Rita Hardiman, Dr Kwang Cham, Jairus Bowne, Keenan Hellyer, Julie Owen, Dr Anu Polster
Exploring Interdisciplinary Professionalism Through Creativity and Diversity
Dr Kwang Meng Cham, Dr Anu Polster, Dr Guy Morrow
Development of a Curriculum Framework for Learning Health Systems
Professor Kathleen Gray, Dr Kayley Lyons, Dr Dawn Choo, Dr Daniel Capurro, Dr Douglas Pires, Professor Wendy Chapman
An Interactive Imagination: Digital Clinical Simulations for Audiology Students
Donella Chisari, Patrick Bowers
Innovative Dance Workshops forPhys iotherapy Students – Educator Perspectives
Dr Natalie Fini, Cassie McDonald, Dr Kim Dunphy, Anna Smith, Dr Kate Cameron, Dr Ella Dumaresq, Dr Kelly Bower, Associate Professor Fiona Dobson, Dr Deb Virtue, Dr Karen Donald
Your Quest Begins Now! EBMQuest, an Online Interactive Fiction Module for Medical Student Engagement in Evidence-based Practice
Dr Aiden Varan, Dr Ken Winkel, Associate Professor Rosemary McKenzie
Teaching and Examining Clinical Experience Online
Dr Grace Nixon, Associate Professor Dani Tomlin, Dr Kelley Graydon, Patrick Bowers
Telehealth Education for Entry to Practice Health Professional Students
Dr Mark Merolli, Dr Daniel Capurro, Luke Davies, Dr Diego Lopez-Peralta, Professor Rodrigo Marino
Insights of Healthcare Students’ Digital Capabilities
Dr Kwang Meng Cham, Mary-Louise Edwards, Lisa Kruesi, Tania Celeste, Dr Trent Hennessey
Thursday 28 and Friday 29 October 2021
9.30am – 12:30pm both days via Zoom
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