Teacher Training - Clinic Tutor Training
On September 1st & 2nd 2016, OsEAN organises its next teacher training course “Clinic Tutor Training” which is held by Jöry Pauwels (principal of FICO) at the building of FICO Polska in Warsaw, Poland. The course is given in English with a translation to Polish. Registration deadline for the training is August 15th, 2016.
Aims & Objectives of the Clinic Tutor Training
- To explore the roles and responsibilities of a clinic tutor
- To give a brief overview of the key learning theories (behaviorist, cognitivist, humanist and constructivist).
- To experiment with how to Apply Gagne's Events of Instruction to the learning environment
- To discuss the differences between teaching and learning, and the conditions favourable for learning.
- To introduce the concept of hierarchical learning objectives (Bloom, Miller) and the questioning styles that would encourage learning at these levels (didactic, Socratic, heuristic, counselling)
- To provide examples of the logistic aspect of tutoring and some assessment tools that may be utilized
For more information about course and registration, please click here.
OsEAN is proud to present a brief update on the progress of the auditing process which started in October 2015. OsEAN member schools are being audited by the Austrian Standards Institution (ASI) according to the CEN- Standard “EN 16686 – Osteopathic Healthcare Provision” and the OsEAN-Standard.
So far 5 schools have already completed the whole process and received their certification, 2 are waiting to be approved, 7 schools are scheduled for an audit and another 9 schools have contacted the ASI with the request to be scheduled.
OsEAN is working hard on its mission of “pursuing excellence in osteopathic education” and one of its strategies is to get all its members audited by the end of 2017.
We promise to keep you up-to-date on that matter but of course here you can follow the progress yourself.
COME Quantum Conference
The Centre for Osteopathic Medicine Collaboration (COME COLL) organises its annual quantum conference held on 8 October in Mechelen, Belgium.
The conference wants to communicate new osteopathic research and insights and focuses on multidisciplinary collaboration.
For more information about the conference please visit COME's website http://www.comecollaboration.org/come-to-quantum/2016-2/