By Ben and Michael
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In Beta is semi-regular podcast hosted by Ben Ellis at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, and Michael Rowe from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. The podcast features a variety of guests as part of a series of conversations on different aspects of physiotherapy education. You can find out more about In Beta on the website (http://inbeta.uwc.ac.za) or by joining the Google+ community (https://plus.google.com/communities/107210965143294797907).
||Clean#5: A critical pedagogy for online learning||Abstract In order to graduate physiotherapy students who are able to thrive in increasingly complex health systems, professional educators must move away from instrumental, positivist ideologies that disempower both students and lecturers.||28 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#4: Guided choice-based learning||In this episode of In Beta we talk to Joost van Wijchen at the HAN University of Applied Science in the Netherlands. For the past 3 years Joost and some of his colleagues have been experimenting with what they call guided choice-based learning,||9 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#3: Clinical practice assessment forms||In this episode David Nicholls from the Auckland University of Technology talks about their (relatively) new clinical practice assessment form, as well as the process of development and implementation. During the conversation we move from the instrumen.||10 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#2: Internationalisation of the curriculum||In this episode we discuss internationalisation of the undergraduate physiotherapy curriculum, including what we understand it to be, how to go about doing it, and how to determine if it’s working. You can find out more about the projects mentioned du||9 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#1: Inquiry-based learning||In this first episode of the In Beta podcast, Ben Ellis, of Oxford Brookes University, hosts a discussion on the use of inquiry-based learning to develop critical thinking in students as part of a module on long-term conditions.||3 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|