Chapter 12. An Evolving Vision for Learning in Health-Care Education

  1. Teena J. Clouston MBA, PgDip, SSRM, DipCOT, DipCouns, DipAT, Certhyp, FHEA Senior Lecturer Programme Lead2,
  2. Lyn Westcott MSc, BSc, DipCOT, FHEA Senior Lecturer Professional Lead3,
  3. Steven W. Whitcombe MSc, BA (Hons), BSc (Hons) OT, PGCE (PCET), FHEA Lecturer2,
  4. Dr Jill Riley PhD, MSc, DipCOT Lecturer2 and
  5. Ruth Matheson MSc, DipCOT, CMS, FHEA Senior Lecturer4
  1. Andrew Machon PhD, MA Executive Consultant and
  2. Gwilym Wyn Roberts MA, PGDip (Psych), DipCOT Director

Published Online: 24 FEB 2010

DOI: 10.1002/9781444320541.ch12

Problem-Based Learning in Health and Social Care

Problem-Based Learning in Health and Social Care

How to Cite

Machon, A. and Roberts, G. W. (2010) An Evolving Vision for Learning in Health-Care Education, in Problem-Based Learning in Health and Social Care (eds T. J. Clouston, L. Westcott, S. W. Whitcombe, J. Riley and R. Matheson), Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781444320541.ch12

Editor Information

  1. 2

    School of Healthcare Studies, Cardiff University, UK

  2. 3

    Faculty of Health, University of Plymouth, UK

  3. 4

    University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC), UK

Author Information

  1. Occupational Therapy, School of Healthcare Studies, Cardiff University, UK

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 24 FEB 2010
  2. Published Print: 16 APR 2010

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9781405180566

Online ISBN: 9781444320541

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Keywords:

  • evolving vision for learning in health-care education;
  • PBL, focus on negative challenge of problem;
  • Appreciative Inquiry (AI) - approach to thinking and learning that works from propositions of affirmative action;
  • analytical eye – a one-dimensional (1D) vision of learning;
  • traditional PBL approach;
  • ‘heart’ is more the realm of a more appreciative and relational approach;
  • ‘appreciative eye’ – a two-dimensional (2D) vision of learning;
  • paradoxical inquiry (PI) – evolving (3D) vision of learning;
  • opening the creative eye of paradoxical inquiry

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • Introduction

  • The analytical eye – a one-dimensional (1D) vision of learning

  • The ‘appreciative eye’ – a two-dimensional (2D) vision of learning

  • Paradoxical inquiry (PI) – an evolving (3D) vision of learning

  • How can we foster the use of PI? What support do our tutors and practitioners need?

  • References