Learner-Teacher Interaction (LTI): engaging and supporting students in achieving self-regulated learning

Susan Morison, Christel McMullan

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Abstract

This report represents the second stage of a study which was part of a wide-ranging research programme conducted by the Centre for Excellence of Interprofessional Education, Queen’s University Belfast. The study was an investigation into learner-teacher interaction in the education of undergraduate medical and other healthcare students in order to inform how teachers might facilitate learning in a healthcare setting. It focused in particular on clinical and ward-based tutorials and seminars.

In order to give meaning to this second stage of the study, the report will contextualise the learner-teacher interaction study, will describe the research methods and methods of analysis developed and used to explore learner-teacher interaction. It will then focus on this second stage of the research and the results of the analysis of video sessions of clinical and ward-based tutorials and seminars. In particular it will identify examples of good practice and missed opportunities for the engagement of the learners.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWebsite
PublisherThe Higher Education Academy
Commissioning bodyHigher Education Academy
Number of pages29
Publication statusPublished - 08 Apr 2014

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Learner-Teacher Interaction (LTI): engaging and supporting students in achieving self-regulated learning. / Morison, Susan; McMullan, Christel.

Website : The Higher Education Academy, 2014. 29 p.

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