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Leicester General Hospital (Lecture Theatre

Location 2

Clinical Education Centre)

Location 3

Seminar Room A&B
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15 Jun 2020


9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Effective Teaching Skills for F2’s (15/6/20)


This one-day course will provide foundation doctors with an overview of teaching, learning and feedback in the clinical environment.
The programme is mapped to the foundation curriculum, by completing this course you will have evidence that you have taught and been evaluated informally, and will have information to develop your reflective practice.

Reflection on experience as a learner (discussion in pairs) – few people have been on the receiving end of as much teaching as a doctor!
Reflection on challenges as a teacher (discussion in small groups)
Presentation, discussion, consideration of applicability – some educational theory, including:
Knowles – principles of adult learning
Yerkes-Dodson curve – performance, arousal
The attention curve
Bloom’s taxonomy
Kolb and learning styles
Maslow’s hierarchy and the need to invest in climate of teaching
Feedback using BOOST and ALOBA models
Grasha’s teaching styles
Practical exercise – diagnosing my own learning style
Practical exercise – diagnosing my own teaching style
Practical exercise; skills practising in groups of three (teacher, learner, observer). Investing in the beginning progressing to trickier conversations.
Preparing a teaching session – practical guide with discussion.
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