|WHEN||12th & 13th June 2020 (Friday - Saturday)|
|COST||for OsEAN members: €290,00 / for non-members: € 390,00|
A good osteopath is not nescessary a good teacher - the reason OsEAN identified the need to train teachers.
A good teacher is not nescessary a good examiner - this is why the module Assessment strategies in Osteopathic Education was created.
This two-day course aims at exploring the various models of assessment strategies that could be used in Osteopathic Education. Focus will be placed on level description and marking criteria and how these evolve throughout the various stages of Osteopathic Education. The course is aimed to be an interactive discussion and exploration of various models drawing on the participants’ experience as well as on the models currently used.
Day one will focus on clinical aspects of the course and practical assessments while day two will aim at exploring assessment strategies for the theoretical aspect of Osteopathic Education.
You can see the programm of the two days here.
Aims & Objectives
- To give a brief overview of the different assessments methods used commonly in medical and osteopathic education.
- To provide historical backgrounds in relation to assessment in general.
- To introduce Bloom’s taxonomies and Romiszosvki’s knowledge classifications
- To highlight the interaction between learning outcomes, module descriptors and assessment.
- To provide different examples, adapted to different educational levels, of various forms of assessment
- To define the different assessment types used within osteopathic education, especially practical, clinical and theoretical assessment
The candidate should be able to:
- integrate within their own academic work the principles, learned during this module, updating existing exam papers, adjusting different assessment levels, develop new assessment strategies and consciously addressing assessment issues in their own institution;
- show an understanding of the historical background in relation to assessment methods in the medical educational field and its evolution over the past century:
- integrate, understand and develop different forms of assessment according to the level in which the candidate examines;
- understand the difference between assessment levels
- Theoretical lecture aided by PowerPoint Presentations
- In Group Discussions
- Practical and theoretical Workshops
Catherine Clair D.O. MSc(Ost) PGCertHE
Following her diploma in Osteopathy, Catherine has obtained a Masters degree in Osteopathy from the ESO as well as a Postgraduate certificate in Higher Education from the University of Greenwich and is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education.