An Introduction to Teaching in the Faculty of Medicine
In the clinical years learners acquire knowledge and skill through direct experience under your supervision. The following mini-modules illustrate integration of our core values with best teaching practices. They also offer valuable insights and practical tips for teaching.
The four modules cover the interrelated concepts of co-creating goals, doing direct observation and giving feedback, engaging in collaborative questioning to probe clinical reasoning, and reflecting on the experience to offer guidance for self-directed learning.
Feedback on Teaching
Where possible, we recommend that you integrate both giving feedback and receiving feedback into your teaching session. This will help you reflect on the session while it is fresh and guide your planning as you continue to teach.
In UGME, please visit our Feedback to Teachers page for information on teaching feedback in the UGME, relevant documents, and contacts: Feedback to Teachers
In PGME, for details on the process for receiving feedback on your teaching of residents, please contact your program.