Education Scholar: Module 4c - Learning in the Experiential Setting
focuses on the preceptor as an educator, and will help you develop skills to
improve your teaching in the experiential setting to maximize learning. In the
course of completing the module, you will also become familiar with an
instructional design process you can use to develop learning activities for the
experiential education setting.
Purpose and ObjectivesBy the
end of this module, you should be able to:
- Define the attributes and characteristics of a preceptor.
- Develop educational objectives for your experiential rotation site.
- Describe the different types of tools used in instructional development in experiential education.
- Select and organize appropriate learning experiences for learners in the clinical setting.
- Assess the effectiveness of clinical learning experiences
- Discuss the role of communication in experiential
education and how to successfully incorporate it into clinical learning
Module MapTo view the sequence of concepts and learning activities that will enable you to achieve these objectives, select Map for Module 4C.
Module MaterialsThere are no
required textbooks for this course. Recommendations for further reading are
introduced in each topic.