Teaching Methods for General Practice
Once again, in this section, we see the emphasis placed by the UK/Nordic group on adapting the teaching and learning to the learner’s needs. The power of learning only occurs when the information transmitted is ‘personalized’ by the learner, and so appreciated as relevant to his understanding and his needs. How then can we discover needs? David Metcalfe suggested that learning needs can be expressed as a Venn diagram (below).
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