Beyond knowledge and skills: the use of a Delphi study to develop a technology-mediated teaching strategy

  title={Beyond knowledge and skills: the use of a Delphi study to develop a technology-mediated teaching strategy},
  author={M. Rowe and J. Frantz and V. Bozalek},
  journal={BMC Medical Education},
  pages={51 - 51}
BackgroundWhile there is evidence to suggest that teaching practices in clinical education should include activities that more accurately reflect the real world, many educators base their teaching on transmission models that encourage the rote learning of knowledge and technical skills. Technology-mediated instruction may facilitate the development of professional attributes that go beyond “having” knowledge and skills, but there is limited evidence for how to integrate technology into these… Expand

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