Use cutting-edge techniques such as active learning and Web-based education to teach more successfully! Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand. This proverb encapsulates the exciting new spirit of abilities-based education, which has reached into the fast-changing field of pharmacy. The Handbook for Pharmacy Educators teaches you to harness the powerful techniques of abilities-based education--such as active learning, outcomes assessment, and Web-based education--in order to convey not just the nuts and bolts of dispensing prescriptions but all the essential tasks a caring, capable pharmacist must address. This exciting volume brings together theories, suggestions, and case studies to help you take advantage of new teaching techniques in pharmacy education. Instead of long, dull lectures, abilities-based education brings together multiple techniques to develop skills, attitude, and knowledge. Students are grounded in facts and figures, then taught how to use them in their professional lives. By setting clear learning objectives and assessing the results, you can help students integrate and use the information you present. The Handbook for Pharmacy Educators offers fresh ideas to reinvigorate your teaching, such as: varying exercises to keep studentsaattention handling problems in small-group dynamics setting learning objectives and assessing outcomes effectively using visual information in a presentation creating successful handouts tapping the Web as a 24-hour classroom The Handbook for Pharmacy Educators will help you become a more effective teacher. This guide will help you design, implement, and assess a pharmacy program based on identifying the abilities you want students to acquire. The Handbook for Pharmacy Educators will help you implement new teaching methods and rethink old ones to successfully face questions and challenges in the dynamic field of pharmacy.Presentation software offers a variety of backgrounds, text justification options, and color schemes to presenters. Unless the presenter ... To promote perception and attention, instructors need to be aware of the size and dimensions of the roomanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook for Pharmacy Educators|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2000-08-01|