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Teaching and Learning in Medical School

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ISBN 9780674366879

Publication Date: 01/01/1961

304 pages

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This is the first book on teaching and learning designed specifically for medical educators. It describes in terms of basic learning theory the strengths and weaknesses of educational techniques familiar to medical educators (and of some less familiar), and offers practical suggestions for the more effective use in medical schools of various educational tools and procedures. Emphasis is on the student’s learning rather than the teacher’s teaching.

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