Postdoc at CAMES
Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynaecology
No. of publications: 19
Keywords: Technology enhanced medical education; basic surgical training; Guided discovery learning; Validity theory; Open Space learning.
Ebbe Thinggaard focuses on medical education research specifically assessment of technical skills, validity investigation including standard-settings, guided discovery of learning and self-regulated learning.
He aims to do further research on teaching methodologies and its influence on how one teaches and its outcome. Furthermore, he is interested in gender bias in assessment both in simulated environment and in the clinical setting.
Aagesen, A. H., Jensen, R. D., Cheung, J. J., Christensen, J. B., Konge, L., Brydges, R., ... & Kulasegaram, K. M. (2020). The Benefits of Tying Yourself in Knots: Unraveling the Learning Mechanisms of Guided-Discovery Learning in an Open-Surgical Skills Course. Acad Med. 2020.