Encourage students to work in groups

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Abstract

Are you new to clinical teaching and looking for practical advice? Would you like to challenge and improve your current teaching style? Do you want to direct change in teaching practice within a department or institution?

If your answer to any of the above is yes, then Making Sense of Clinical Teaching is the resource for you. It offers the novice and more experienced teacher concise advice in how to pinpoint and build upon existing strengths, address areas where confidence is lacking, develop mentoring skills, challenge existing practice, and influence strategic developments. Making Sense of Clinical Teaching will enable you to:
•Add new skills to your teaching repertoire
•Stimulate your creative thinking
•Challenge current practice and facilitate the development of new strategies
•Improve your coaching and mentoring skills and ultimately meet the needs of your students and improve their learning experience
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaking Sense of Clinical Teaching: A Hands-on Guide to Success
EditorsS A Azer
Place of PublicationFlorida, USA
PublisherCRC Press
Pages126-128
Number of pages3
ISBN (Print)9781444144123
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    McLean, M. (2013). Encourage students to work in groups. In S. A. Azer (Ed.), Making Sense of Clinical Teaching: A Hands-on Guide to Success (pp. 126-128). CRC Press.