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Teaching on the Run

Course description:
Teaching on the Run provides a series of interactive workshops for clinical supervisors delivered by your TELL Centre trained Facilitator(s). TELL Centre (UWA) workshops are highly regarded and include areas such as teaching, assessment, feedback, supporting learners and group teaching. The course consists of:
  • An online course which supports the face-to-face sessions.
    On average it should take ~30 minutes to complete each online module.  However, for Planning Learning you are led through the process of creating a Learning Plan and depending on the complexity and detail you provide in your plan it may take you 45 minutes – 1+ hours to complete this particular module.
  • Seven face to face sessions which run over 7 weeks @ 2 hours per session.

Here are the learning outcomes for each of the 7 sessions:
  1. Planning Learning
    This workshop focuses on planning effective placements and participants will be able to:
    • Define and identify the purpose of learning outcomes
    • Recognise the importance of teaching and learning preferences/li>
    • Develop a Learning Plan/li>
    • Discuss elements of the Learning Plan
    • Identify content of an educational history/li>
    • Discuss challenges and strategies for implementing the Learning Plan/li>
  2. Clinical Teaching
    This workshop provides a framework for teaching and participants will be able to:
    • Identify the benefits of teaching
    • Explore adult learning principles and areas of learning
    • Define SNAPPS for clinical reasoning
    • Explore the positive critique method
    • Practice clinical teaching and giving feedback
    • Utilise the teaching framework: Set, Dialogue and Closure
    • Increase confidence in teaching ability
  3. Skills Teaching
    This workshop focuses on the Four-step approach and participants will be able to:
    • Define the cognitive elements of a skill
    • Identify the features of a skill
    • Examine the Four-step approach
    • Explore the positive critique for giving feedback
    • Practice the Four- step approach and giving feedback
    • Discuss applying the Four -step approach in the workplace
    Discuss competence and performance
  4. Assessment
    This workshop will address assessment of learners and participants will be able to:
    • Identify elements of effective feedback
    • Recognise when to give feedback
    • Critique the feedback process
    • Define different types of assessment
    • Identify formative feedback experiences
    • Build confidence with formative and summative assessment
    • Recognise potential problems and how to approach management
  5. Supporting Learners
    This workshop will address issues for learners who need support and participants will be able to:
    • Recognise learner, supervision and system problems
    • Identify flags for immediate action
    • Analyse clinical placement scenarios
    • Identify a framework for supporting learners
    • Apply a framework for supporting learners
    • Discuss strategies for prevention and management
    • Increase confidence in dealing with difficult situations
  6. Effective Group Teaching
    This workshop will explore large group teaching and participants will be able to:
    • Identify considerations and challenges when group teaching
    • Recognise a variety of effective group teaching methods
    • Explore a framework for group teaching
    • Identify strategies to evaluate teaching
    • Recognise group size differences
    • Explore active learning strategies
    • Practise presenting and evaluating teaching
  7. Clinical Supervision
    Clinical supervision may involve overseeing the performance of both experienced staff and those involved in a supervised practice program.
    This is an interactive session where you will learn as much from each other as from the facilitator(s).
    • Define CS and functions of supervision
    • Explore the benefits & challenges of different CE models
    • Identify the benefits of establishing a CSA
    • Reflect on giving feedback to learners
    • Self-assess your strengths & areas for improvement
    • Identify the attributes of an effective supervisor
    • Explore self-assessment in supervision
    • Establish an appropriate supervisor-supervisee relationship
    • Discuss documentation to support CS process

 

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If you manage a group of health profession staff who require a Teaching on the Run course, contact Jennifer Davids.

 

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