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Keep CARM and Come Along

Conversation-Analytic Role-Play Method (CARM) is an internationally recognised method of professional communication teaching. CARM uses audio and video recordings of real-time, actual encounters to identify conversational problems and roadblocks as well as effective practices for avoiding and resolving them. The Faculty of Medicine and Health Science invites all Macquarie staff to a one day free workshop on CARM conducted by internationally recognised  expert Dr Rein Sikveland, as part of a three day program.

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ePortfolios: Why the bad press?

ePortfolios will be an integral component of the new Bachelor of Clinical Science from next year, and the new Learning and Teaching Green Paper signals broader adoption might be on the horizon at Macquarie.  So what is an ePortfolio, and why do they sometimes get bad press? Professor Kirsty Forrest, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, offers her thoughts.

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