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EDU581 Clinical Teaching in Health Care Professions Education: Teaching and Instructional Methods

Presents traditional and innovative methods used in clinical teaching to enhance student and practitioner knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and critically examines the theories behind different teaching methodologies. Discusses current and potential future uses of technology in active learning strategies in the clinical environment. Also explores ethical and patient safety issues. (NOTE: this class is also part of the School of Nursing's MNE [Master's in Nursing Education] programs, but it is then a 4-credit hour class because it includes an additional nursing student teaching practicum.)

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: [EDU 497]
Restrictions: None
Instructors: A. Wolf, E. Fredericksen, S. Peyre
EDU 581 Clinical Teaching in Health Care Professions Education: Teaching and Instructional Methods course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.