Building an inclusive classroom – a blended course in Nuclear Medicine
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Nuclear medicine (NM) has been taught in the medical program at the University of Bergen (UiB) since 2006. The new curriculum “Medisin 2015” introduced e-learning/blended learning based on UiB’s new learning management system (LMS) https://mitt.uib.no, while at the same reducing lectures and face-to-face (F2F) teaching.
This forced a major redesign of the existing course in NM. As the new blended course in NM shifts focus from teacher-centric content delivery towards active student partucipation, this has important implications for teacher-student interaction. Learning needs to be staged as a collaborative effort promoting open discourse.
In the following we describe how we re-revaluated and redesigned the existing course in NM and present preliminary results based on initial student feedback.
PublisherProgram for universitetspedagogikk, Universitetet i Bergen
- UPED-skrift 92