Teaching and learning strategy
It is the process of transferring knowledge and facts to form specific concepts for students to give them many inclinations, directions, values, aspects of appreciation and taste, and help them to acquire various forms of skills appropriate for them. Consequently, education is an interactive activity between the teacher and his students, with the aim of helping students to make an intended modification (cognitive, emotional, and skill) in their behavior.
It is the return or product of the learning process from a change in behavior, behavior, etc.
It is a multi-dimensional process, the purpose of which is to learn students a range of knowledge and skills.
Teaching has four basic dimensions:
1. The systemic dimension of teaching: Through it, teaching is seen as a coordinated systemic process.
2. The Communication Dimension: Through it, teaching is seen as a human contact.
3. The professional dimension: Through it, teaching is seen as a profession practiced by those who teach students.
4. The academic dimension of teaching: Through it, teaching is seen as an organized field of knowledge, or a field of study.
It is a set of activities and procedures that the teacher intends to intend in the educational environment, with the aim of achieving satisfactory results in the field of teaching / learning without wasting time or energy.
Factors that help in effective learning:
• psychological foundations for learning
Effective learning environment:
These are small groups of components that seek together to achieve common goals of the educational / learning situation that have the following aspects:
Effective simplicity because complexity reduces learning opportunities.
• It includes an effective teacher with teaching skills at the levels of planning, implementation and evaluation.
• It has control, control, personnel, and teaching management factors.
• The teaching time is rationalized in light of the goals set for it.
• The process of calculating learning takes place in the sense of what the student knows, and how he knows, in addition to including many and varied sources of learning.
• The learning of students is organized according to the nature of the educational situation
In view of the continuous development of medical education strategies and the requirements of the National Authority to ensure the quality of education and accreditation, many modern teaching strategies have been adopted with a gradual shift to increased practical doses and early exposure to pathological conditions in the school curricula by adopting the following strategies:
التنسيق A strategy of coordination and integration between the different disciplines and medical sciences to achieve the relevance of the basic sciences to their clinical and practical applications by coordinating between the departments to teach related topics as parallel as possible in the first stage, as well as coordination between the different clinical departments in the second stage.
الذاتي Self-learning strategy with continuous follow-up through graduation in informing and assigning the student with advance preparatory readings for subsequent educational activities with specific assignments for each educational activity. A number of lectures are also included on the website of the college and departments, with students assigned to review these topics and present them in the departmental conferences and in some of the panel discussions. The learning process is followed up by continuous objective evaluation.
ستخدام Use different educational sources of knowledge such as university textbooks, scientific references and academic journals, e-learning and the international information network.
ستخدام Using the skills lab to develop the required skills and training on some advanced skills in the skills lab before practicing Ali Al-Mardi
تماد Approving field training programs under the supervision of the Department of Community Medicine and the Environment.
Develop the performance of the Student Research Unit and integrate it into the educational process for students to develop self-learning skills, scientific research and medical study based on documented scientific evidence.
Adopt optional units for students that require success and do not add to the total.
ستخدام Use different teaching methods and methods to achieve the required goals and objectives as follows:
1. Interactive education: This is to increase the interaction between the student, the lecturer and the academic subject, and it is implemented through:
A- Cooperative education: by:
i. Study the clinical problems for students of the first three levels of teams (Problem Based Learning)
ii. Clinical courses for fourth, fifth and sixth year students
In it, students work as small groups in a positive interaction, and the following is achieved:
Increasing achievement rates and improving students' thinking abilities.
• The growth of a positive relationship between them, which improves students ’attitudes towards the learning process and increases students’ confidence in themselves.
• Developing the spirit of cooperation and teamwork among students.
• Developing the capacity for self-learning and scientific research
B- E-learning: By placing some topics in each subject on the website of the college, the students are trained and assigned to follow-up and study them self after specifying the required education outcomes from each lecture and then discuss them in scientific departments conferences and discussion panels within each academic unit.
C- Brainstorming: This method is used in groups of studies of clinical problems, public lectures and clinical courses as it encourages creative thinking and unleashes the potential of learners.
2. Experiential learning: It is carried out through field training programs and in the basic and advanced skills laboratory as it is practiced in basic science laboratories
3. Indirect learning. This method is mainly used in studies of clinical problems, where students solve clinical problems as an application of the acquired knowledge that has been taught.
As for the evaluation process in the college, it is done through what is stipulated in the college list and what the college council sees in this regard and includes:
1. Mid-term and end-of-term exams This process applies to all