Faculty Module 1 intro

Module 1 - Dimensions of Clinical Teaching

This module will discuss and describe the fundamental principles of clinical teaching. Participants will learn about what makes an excellent clinical instructor and Benner's Stage of Clinical Competence. In addition, topics such as institutional expectations and various components of clinical teaching will be discussed to assist the participation in creating a learner-centered environment.

Upon completion of this module, the clinical instructor should be able to:

  1. Define an excellent clinical instructor.
  2. Translate clinical expertise into teaching expertise.
  3. Discuss how the curriculum impacts clinical teaching.
Faculty Module 2 Introduction

Module 2 - Adult Learning in Clinical Education

Clinical education is experiential learning since it involves obtaining experience in working with patients in real life contexts. This module will discuss and describe how clinical education provides an unique opportunity for adult learning.

Upon completion of this module, the clinical instructor should be able to:

  1. Discuss the principles of adult learning.
  2. Discuss the relationship of adult learning and clinical education.
  3. Discuss the characteristics of effective clinical educators.
Faculty Module 3 Introduction

Module 3 - Clinical Teaching Strategies and Techniques

Teaching in the clinical environment is different from other teaching settings due to its complex and dynamic nature. This module will provide practical and effective teaching techniques that will enable faculty to have students link information from the classroom to clinical environment.

Upon completion of this module, the clinical instructor should be able to :

  1. Explain the clinical-classroom connection.
  2. Discuss the various clinical methods and techniques.
  3. Define the teachable moment.
Faculty Module 04 - Clinical Teaching: Feedback and Evaluation

Module 4 - Clinical Teaching: Feedback and Evaluation

Clinical feedback and evaluation is paramount in the process of clinical teaching.Students needs one-on-one feedback and evaluation in guiding them to be competent and autonomous practitioners.This module will discuss and describe the various factors in providing effective feedback and evaluation throughout the clinical learning environment.

Upon completion of this module, the clinical instructor should be able to:

  1. Discuss and explain the difference between feedback and evaluation.
  2. Explain the difference between formative and summative feedback.
  3. Explain how to give constructive feedback.
Faculty Module 05 - Clinical Remediation: An Overview

Module 5 - Clinical Remediation: An Overview

Clinical remediation is the act of facilitating corrective teaching within the process of clinical care. Students need personalized facilitated feedback and evaluation to assist them to be component and autonomous practitioners. This module will discuss and describe the various factors in the clinical remediation process.

Upon completion of this module, the clinical instructor should be able to:

  1. Discuss and explain the term competence.
  2. Discuss institutional expectations and clinical competence.
  3. Explain and discuss the learning curve.
  4. Describe the various components of clinical remediation.
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