Tag Archives: Teach

  1. I think we’re at cross-paradigms here…

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    12 June, 2011 by ehauke

    I recently had the experience of exploring some of the issues around the diagnosis of a psychiatric illness in psychologically distressed individuals. I was working with a group of practicing and student counsellors, studying for a masters degree. As we worked through some very interesting topics of discussion, our paradigmatic training heritage became very apparent…

  2. Go with the (knowledge) flow…

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    11 June, 2011 by ehauke

    Over the last ten years, I have been involved in many different types of knowledge development. Teaching, training, tutoring, facilitating, mentoring, moderating. Lots of words. And lots of experiences. Medical students. Science communication students. Scientists. Researchers. Health professionals. And I guess, maybe ten years ago, I thought that teaching was teaching. It didn’t really matter what the subject was, or who the learners were, teaching was just teaching. But it’s not, is it?