MOVING FORWARD

Refrences

Paradigms and Alignment

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Behaviourism

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Cognitivism

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  • Cheung JJ, Kulasegaram KM, Woods NN, Moulton CA, Ringsted CV, Brydges R. Knowing how and knowing why: testing the effect of instruction designed for cognitive integration on procedural skills transfer. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 2018;23(1):61-74.
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  • Mylopoulos M, Borschel DT, O'Brien T, Martimianakis S, Woods NN. Exploring integration in action: competencies as building blocks of expertise. Academic Medicine. 2017;92(12):1794-9.
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Cognitive constructivism

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Social constructivism

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  • Vygotsky LS. Mind In Society: The Development Of Higher Psychological Processes. Harvard University Press; 1980.
  • Wenger E. Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press; 1998.
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Humanism

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  • Knowles, Malcolm S. Self-Directed Learning: A Guide for Learners and Teachers. New York: Association Press; 1975.
  • Maslow A. Some educational implications of the humanistic psychologies. Harvard Educational Review. 1968;38(4):685-96.
  • Maslow AH. A theory of human motivation. Psychological Review. 1943;50(4):370.
  • Montessori M, Carter B. The Secret of Childhood. Calcutta: Orient Longmans; 1936.
  • Montessori M. To Educate the Human Potential. Ravenio Books; 2015.

Transformative

  • Freire P. Pedagogy of the Oppressed, translated by MB Ramos, introduction by D Macedo. 30th Anniversary Edition. London: Continuum; 2007.
  • Kumagai AK, Naidu T. Reflection, dialogue, and the possibilities of space. Academic Medicine. 2015;90(3):283-8.
  • Paradis E, Whitehead CR. Louder than words: power and conflict in interprofessional education articles, 1954-2013. Medical Education. 2015;49(4):399-407.
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