If you are getting started as a CBL Tutor or wish to sharpen your facilitation skills, this session is for you!
This session will provide you with hands on experience to further develop your CBL facilitation skills. By the end of the session you will be able to :
- Identify the different functions of a facilitator in a small group learning environment
- Discuss the faculty/facilitator role in ensuring that the group achieves its learning goals/tasks
- Apply different questioning techniques and teaching strategies to guide your students to create connections, develop understanding, and apply and extend their learning to the clinical context
- Share with other CBL tutors strategies for effective facilitation
To prepare for this session, we ask that you please take 20 minutes to review the Introduction to CBL E-Module. We recommend reviewing sections on: (1) Overview of the Foundations Curriculum, (2) What is Case-Based Learning (CBL)? AND, (3) CBL Activities Within a Week
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Ethics EduCafes are a just-in-time faculty development strategy to support seminar leaders who facilitate ethics-related small group sessions for second year medical students as part of the MD Program Curriculum. Focus is on preparation for the upcoming session and informal and formal teaching skills development in areas that are relevant to effective teaching in this course.
EduCafes have been scheduled to allow seminar leaders the option to attend the student lectures prior to scheduled seminars.