Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice. CONTENIDO: The roles and competencies of a 'good' teacher. What is a good teacher? -- Understanding basic educational principles -- Being an enthusiastic and passionate teacher -- Knowing what works best --
Checking your performance as a teacher and keeping up-to-date -- Learning outcomes and outcome-based education. The need for an outcome-based approach -- Specifying learning outcomes and competences --
Describing and communicating the learning outcomes -- Implementing an outcome-based approach in practice -- Organising the learning programme. What constitutes a curriculum? -- Ten questions to ask when planning a curriculum -- Sequencing the content and the spiral curriculum -- Adopting a student-centred approach -- Building learning around problems and clinical presentations -- Using an integrated and inter-professional approach -- Making the apprenticeship model and work-based learning more effective -- Building options into a core curriculum -- Recognising the importance of the education environment -- Mapping the curriculum -- Facilitating learning. The teacher's toolkit -- The lecture and teaching with large groups -- Learning in small groups -- Independent learning -- Teaching and learning in the clinical context -- Simulation of the clinical experience -- E-learning -- Peer and collaborative learning -- Assessing the progress of the learner. Six questions to ask about assessment -- Written and computer-based assessment -- Clinical and performance-based assessment -- Portfolio assessment -- Assessment for admission to medicine and postgraduate training -- Evaluating the curriculum -- Today's teacher and tomorrow's doctors. The changing role of the teacher.