This student-authored open textbook was developed for the Health Professions Education program (College of Education, University of Saskatchewan), and represents a collection of work submitted by graduate students enrolled in the course ECUR 836: Teaching Methodologies: Facilitating Learning Through Teaching. Chapter content was authored by the graduate students credited on each page within the book.
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This book was made possible through a collaboration between:
- Dr. Kalyani Premkumar (MBBS, MD, MSc(MedEd), PhD, MBA), Professor, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Lead, Masters in Education (Health Professions Education), College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan and ECUR 836 Course Developer and Instructor;
- Julie Maier (M.Ed), Instructional Designer, Distance Education Unit, University of Saskatchewan; and
- The numerous graduate students who have shared their intellectual work herein.
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