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When considering implementing integrated curriculum models, such as problem-based learning (PBL), concerns may be expressed about the need for increased staff resources required to deliver tutor-led small group PBL. Less staff intensive ways of supporting PBL need to be explored. We compared the outcomes of a PBL module conducted in a large class format(More)
This paper describes one possible model for e-learning in undergraduate medical education with an emphasis on supporting and managing curriculum development. The University of Sheffield School of Medicine is undergoing a major revision of is undergraduate medical curriculum, prompted by requirements of the professional regulatory body, the General Medical(More)
  • Ashley Self, Joanna Górnicka-Kalinowska, Joanna górnicka-kalinoWska
  • 2014
The paper shows some philosophical and practical problems of moral education such as the gap between moral knowledge and moral action. It emphasizes the role of emotional dispositions and human character in building moral identity. And it articulates the criticism of Kohlbergian conception as an insufficient approach to moral education. Instead, a theory of(More)
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