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UM Bannatyne: Chown Building: Room 474, George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation
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SMALL GROUP TEACHING SERIES
Much teaching in health professions education now occurs in small groups. As a way to promote active learning and engagement, small groups foster both learning outcomes and community building for students. However, teaching in small groups (also known as tutorials) can be supported through the application of teaching strategies specific to small group contexts. In this series we will cover how to develop an effective small group session, as well as how to manage some of the common challenges. The series consists of three sessions: Managing Time and Disruptions; Developing Your Small Group Session/Tutorial; and Fostering Discussion and Engagement. Although participants are encouraged to attend all three workshops, workshops can be taken individually.
After completing this workshop you will be able to
• Design an effective small group or tutorial session
• Describe activities appropriate for small groups
• Develop a tutor guide/lesson plan
Anita Ens, Joanne Hamilton, Chelsea Jalloh