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Todd Stretton
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Description It had been 8 years since the role out of our current undergraduate physiotherapy programme. While there was a significant amount of [heated] discussion, away days, drafts, revisions and administration leading up to the rollout of the “new”…
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Description Healthcare programmes in higher education can include assessment of theoretical knowledge (including anatomy and physiology), interpersonal skills as well as “hands-on” practical assessment and treatment skills. To ensure fair and equitable…
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Description While I have been using Evernote to keep my various notes organised for a few years, I had not utilised it for the purposes of presentation. I was asked a couple of weeks ago if I would be interested in presenting an overview of my initial…
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Description In 2016, I entered as a joint Paper Coordinator for a third-year physiotherapy undergraduate module (Managing Complexity in the Community Environment). We inherited a paper that was very didactic in delivery and required the students to…
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I have been using Evernote for a number of years now, though have not been conscious of how I use it. Here’s my reflection on what has worked for me: Get Premium. While the free account gets you going, I enjoy the fact that I can access the notes from a…
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Describe Our third year, semester one physiotherapy programme aims to integrate knowledge gained from the previous two years as well as “step up” from a NCEA level six to level seven paper (Table 1). This includes a shift from a more teacher-directed…
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Description I do find it difficult, at times, to engage students during a large lecture. Teaching a class of 120 to 190 physiotherapy students can be daunting- especially if I have got the “lunchtime lull” slot or are following on from a previous lecture…
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Have you ever started using a new app or piece of software and thought “there must be a better way to do this?”, or when posting to social media thought, “if only there was a way to automate this?” Chances are, someone else has thought the same and…
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Yesterday I presented a “case study” reflecting on my journey of embedding 360 blended learning into a third-year physiotherapy paper. This was at the inaugural #Sotelnz conference held at AUT University, Auckland- with over 70 delegates attending. While…
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