Multidisciplinary analysis of clinical cases: a transition towards active learning in dental education

Ibarretxe Bilbao, Gaskon
Arizmendiarrieta, Maider
Basaras, Miren
Pérez Urcelay, Itxaro
Agirregoitia, Naiara
Díaz Ereño, Elena
Sevillano Peña, Elena
Rueda, José Ramón
Azkue, Jon Jatsu
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In the past 2009/10 academic year, we took steps towards introduction of active methodologies, from a multidisciplinar approach, into a conventional lecture-based Dental Education program. We consolidated these practices in the current 2010/11 year, already within a new Bologna-adapted scheme. Transition involved (i) critical assessment of the limitations of traditional teaching (ii) identification of specific learning topics allowing for integration of contents, (iii) implementation of student-centred learning activities in old curricular plans (iv) assessment of students' satisfaction and perceived learning outcomes, (v) implementation of these changes in new Bologna-adapted curricula ​
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