EBL: Teaching method at UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools explicitly referring to the 'Enquiry-based learning' (EBL) in overviews of their teaching method.
Medical schools that use EBL aim to keep students at the centre of the learning process, encouraging learners to be less-instructor dependent and more adept at self-regulation when investigating key questions.
As explained by the BMA overview of teaching methods at UK medical schools:
"Enquiry based learning starts by posing questions, problems or scenarios rather than simply presenting established facts or portraying a smooth path to knowledge. The process is often assisted by a facilitator. You, the student, are in charge of your own learning and at the centre of the learning experience. The emphasis is very much on you learning rather than the teacher (or lecturer) teaching. Students will identify and research issues and questions to develop their knowledge or solutions. Enquiry based learning is very similar to and includes problem based learning. It is generally used in small scale investigations and projects, as well as research."
For more information about usage of this teaching method at each school, follow the link to view its full medical school profile and check its 'Teaching and Learning' section.
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