During this time students will be introduced to literature searching, analytical and presentational (PowerPoint) skills Phase 2 – Experimental. Students will be allocated supervisors and must complete a monthly progress report and attend any meets as deemed necessary by the supervisor. At the end of this period the student must submit a draft report, which will receive feedback from the supervisor Phase 3 – Final analysis and writing-up. The student will prepare a written report in the style of a scientific publication, including references (and will present their work to the staff and student cohort in the form of a PowerPoint presentation Teaching and Learning Strategy The Project Module provides an opportunity for the student to use the information-gathering, theoretical, practical and analytical skills that have been developing during the course. In addition, communication skills are developed during the preparation and presentation of the final project report in both a written form and as a PowerPoint presentation. Students will be encouraged to develop their own project ideas and liaise both with their clinical mentor and the project module tutor to ensure that these result in a sensible hypothesis and experimental design that may test the hypothesis. As such a wide variety of pieces of work may qualify for this module, including audits, questionnaire based studies, work with focus groups, reviews of scientific literature to gather data/information for analysis, analysis of any relevant databases or records of treatment histories. All projects will need to be approved in line with the Faculty’s policies on Health and Safety, ensuring Ethical Considerations and adherence with Peer Review of Scientific Proposals. INDICATIVE Assessment Number of Assignments Assessment Type/Duration/ Wordcount (indicative only) Learning Outcomes being assessed 1 log book/ monthly progress reports and performance judged by the supervisor and clinical mentor 3, 4, 5 1 Project write-up 2-3000 words 1. 2. 3. 6. 7 1 Presentation 15 min 1. 2. 3. 6. 7 Module Pass Requirements For successful completion of the module a mark of at least 40% must be achieved in each assessed component. Bibliography and Learning Support Material This will be entirely dependent on the project title selected. New Module MODULE DESCRIPTOR Module Title Orthodontic Therapy Project Module Code OT103 Module Delivery Year Module TUTOR Hemant Patel date Approved 13th August 2008 VERSION NUMBER 1 DEPARTMENT Institute for Postgraduate Dental Education PARTNER INSTITUTION None Overview Of The Course This Orthodontic Therapy Project is a module that lasts for a year aimed at training Dental Care professionals to become Orthodontic Therapists. This is one of the centers that have been approved to offer such a training program. Relationship with other Modules Co-requisites None Pre-requisites None Excluded Combinations None Project Aims The aims of the project are to: enable student to utilise and enhance the relevant skills that they have developed
Date: Course of Learning: Curriculum Deisgn and Development Old Module MODULE DESCRIPTOR Module Title Orthodontic Therapy Project Module Code OT1003 CREDIT VALUE 20 Module Delivery Year Module TUTOR Hemant Patel date Approved 13th August 2008 VERSION NUMBER 1 DEPARTMENT Institute for Postgraduate Dental Education PARTNER INSTITUTION None Module Aims The aim of the project is for the student to utilise the relevant skills that they have developed during their taught programme (transferable, communication, analytical skills, etc), together with the knowledge and understanding that they have acquired to produce an individual and independent piece of researc…
A good curriculum must be developed for this kind of education to be realized. A good curriculum must ensure to show an understanding and acknowledgement of the current changing nature of knowledge acquisition1. It must contain the challenges and demands of the students to ensure to shape their future professions.
By cultivating this nature, it will be a straightforward, effortless sail to the educational goal established in the beginning of the school term.
The word 'curriculum' is an ordinary jargon in the world of education. We hear it often times at conferences, discussions and ordinary interaction.
It is therefore hardly surprising that issues such as the condition of service of teachers, teacher supply and demand, attrition and retention, etc. have in the past few years become areas of concern and intervention by the state in UK and many European countries.
It also includes extracurricular activities which enhances their learning capacity . Being a special educator for children with moderate disabilities in Kindergarten and first grade, I strongly feel that there should be a considerable change in the present education system keeping in mind the kind of children that I teach everyday.
In other countries like Scotland, Kenya, and others, the model has been adopted as art and craft. However some common wealth countries like Brunei, Botswana, and others have adopted the curriculum as it is. This subject is offered at all levels of studies from primary, secondary to university education.
Bobbitt’s (1918) The Curriculum has usually presented a particular conception of the curriculum. Many of these conceptions have contained similar elements, if not phraseology, and some efforts at their classification have been
It will take 12 weeks with 48 hours of teaching.
This unit is compulsory in all Saudi technical colleges. It is offered free of charge for all qualified Saudi students. Saudi students who have not met enrolment requirements and international students
However, it remains unfortunate that most of the time such curriculum ends up in shelves while classroom instructions remain unchanged. Effective teaching loses meaning if a school’s curriculum is not strong enough. The interrelation
hich is planned and guided by the school, whether it is carried on in groups or individually, inside or outside the school.” By extension, it is the skills and knowledge that the students are supposed to learn which revolves round learning standards and objectives expected to