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Applying effective teaching and learning techniques to nephrology education

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The interest in nephrology as a career has declined over the last several years. Some of the reasons cited for this decline include the complexity of the specialty, poor mentoring and inadequate teaching of nephrology from medical school through residency. The purpose of this article is to introduce the reader to advances in the science of adult learning, illustrate best teaching practices in medical education that can be extrapolated to nephrology and introduce the basic teaching methods that can be used on the wards, in clinics and in the classroom.

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Bloom's taxonomy pyramid of learning domains [19].
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SFW083F2: Bloom's taxonomy pyramid of learning domains [19].

Mentions: In 1956, Bloom published a framework for categorizing educational objectives, also known as Bloom's taxonomy [19]. Bloom's taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains: cognitive, skills and attitudes. The cognitive domain refers to the intellectual capabilities or mental skills. Bloom identified six levels within the cognitive domain: from the lowest level, simple recall of facts, i.e. knowledge, through increasingly more complex levels such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation (Figure 2). When formulating an objective, the verb used in ‘will do’ (number 2) and the teaching strategy used to accomplish such objectives should match the Bloom's taxonomy level being assessed (Table 3).


Applying effective teaching and learning techniques to nephrology education
Bloom's taxonomy pyramid of learning domains [19].
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SFW083F2: Bloom's taxonomy pyramid of learning domains [19].
Mentions: In 1956, Bloom published a framework for categorizing educational objectives, also known as Bloom's taxonomy [19]. Bloom's taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains: cognitive, skills and attitudes. The cognitive domain refers to the intellectual capabilities or mental skills. Bloom identified six levels within the cognitive domain: from the lowest level, simple recall of facts, i.e. knowledge, through increasingly more complex levels such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation (Figure 2). When formulating an objective, the verb used in ‘will do’ (number 2) and the teaching strategy used to accomplish such objectives should match the Bloom's taxonomy level being assessed (Table 3).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

The interest in nephrology as a career has declined over the last several years. Some of the reasons cited for this decline include the complexity of the specialty, poor mentoring and inadequate teaching of nephrology from medical school through residency. The purpose of this article is to introduce the reader to advances in the science of adult learning, illustrate best teaching practices in medical education that can be extrapolated to nephrology and introduce the basic teaching methods that can be used on the wards, in clinics and in the classroom.

No MeSH data available.