Teaching for Collaborative Learning: Practice Settings
This workshop is an introduction to collaborative learning. It introduces participants to the evidence, best practices and principles for teaching collaboratively. Participants will have the opportunity to develop a mini workshop and practice collaborative learning facilitation in the virtual setting.
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This fun, interactive, competency-informed workshop is designed for learners who are interested in exploring an introduction to collaborative learning, including creating your own curriculum and how to facilitate curriculum that has already been developed. In an increasingly complex health care system, collaborative learning and facilitation skills are required for collaboration in the practice setting. This session is rich with tips and tools and designed around the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative competencies.
By the end of the workshop, learners will be introduced to the evidence, best practices and principles for teaching collaboratively, and have the opportunity to develop a mini workshop and practice collaborative learning facilitation in the virtual setting.
Teaching for Collaborative Learning in a Practice Setting
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