Why is it needed?
Health students are in a formal, individual learning process (education). Participating in complex issues challenges them to align their individual with collective learning.
From an early phase in their professional development the work situation needs to be put central to create a shift from knowing to becoming.
‘Becoming’ integrates knowing, acting, and being (Scalon 2011). However, it is not sufficient to rely on predefined steps to follow, but a real time developmental evaluation needs to be in place.
How to use the course?
The course is EQF referenced with 1 to 2 ECTS.
The target groups are health educators and health curriculum developers who update or develop health curricula.
The (content of the) course can be transferred into formal and non-formal health education, inside and outside higher education structures.