Welcome to the module theatre:
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1Module 1:
Setting the Stage for Clinical Teaching
Tips on how to prepare yourself and your facility for a student's arrival and to help orient the student on their first day.
2Module 2:
The Role Learning Plays in the Practice Education Experience:
Information on learning styles, the learning cycle, strategies to enhance learning, and principles of adult learning.
3Module 3:
Enhancing Your Teaching Skills:
Designed to help foster effective teaching skills in novice preceptors and to enhance the skills of more experienced preceptors. Components include: the role and characteristics of the teacher in the practice education setting, the "One Minute Preceptor" and asking effective questions.
4Module 4:
Fostering Clinical Reasoning:
An effective health care practitioner knows how and why they arrive at clinical decisions. This module will help you to teach your student the thought and decision-making processes involved in clinical reasoning.
5Module 5:
Giving Feedback:
Discusses the role of feedback in practice education, tips on giving effective feedback and the benefits of doing so, and ways to incorporate feedback into clinical teaching.
6Module 6:
The Evaluation Process in Practice Education:
Covers the purpose of evaluation and how evaluation differs from feedback, steps to make the evaluation process run smoothly, and tips on problem-solving challenging situations that may arise during the evaluation process.
7Module 7:
Supporting the Struggling Student:
Covers factors that might contribute to a student's difficulties - real or perceived - in the practice education setting as well as possible intervention strategies to address these issues.
8Module 8:
Strategies for Resolving Conflicts:
This module provides tools to identify sources of conflict and ways in which to manage conflicts in the practice education setting.