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Assoc Professor Marguerite Clyne

Assoc Professor

Marguerite Clyne

Associate Professor
School of Medicine
01 716 6619
University College Dublin, School of Medicine, Health Sciences Centre Belfield Dublin 4

TEACHING INTERESTS

Teaching is a true collaboration between student and teacher. A key role of the educator is to facilitate student learning and encourage student motivation. Aligning assessment with curriculum outcomes is one of the best ways to facilitate student learning. Teaching and research activities go hand in hand. Innovation and Leadership: In two thematic PhD programmes that I am involved in I have supported and assisted in the development of innovative assessment that is authentic and linked to the learning outcomes of the programmes. I have shared my learning experiences and module design ideas with peers. I have developed a module entitled Teaching in Higher Education for graduate Teaching assistants. This pass/fail module is designed to support postgraduate students involved in teaching in UCD.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

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COURSE TAUGHT
Microbiology, Medical Genetics and Neoplasia
2015
MDSA20240
COURSE TAUGHT
PHYS20040 - Introduction to Physiology
7 Nov 2012
PHYS20040
COURSE TAUGHT
Disease Mechanisms and Pharmacology
2012
PATH30080
COURSE TAUGHT
Host Pathogen Interactions
2010
MEMI40010
COURSE TAUGHT
Cell and tissue physiology
2009
PHYS20040
COURSE TAUGHT
Cell-Cell Communication
2009
PHYS20050
COURSE TAUGHT
Medical Microbiology
2006
MEMI30010
RESEARCH-BASED DEGREE SUPERVISION
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Thesis Co-Supervisor
RESEARCH-BASED DEGREE SUPERVISION
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Thesis Supervisor
TEACHING INNOVATION
Teaching Innovation
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY
Teaching Philosophy