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Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Context

Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Context

The TLC program is designed for current and/or aspiring supervisors/preceptors from all health disciplines to develop the foundational knowledge and skills needed to effectively teach learners in various clinical contexts. It includes eLearning modules and facilitated group learning sessions.

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Description

Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Context (TLC) is a 12-week virtual program with both self-paced, self-directed eLearning modules as well as facilitated group learning sessions.

The goals of the program are for participants to:

  • Develop the foundational knowledge and skills needed to teach in the clinical context
  • Recognize how to be adaptive clinical teachers, responsive to unique contextual and learner needs. 

The TLC program is an interactive, module-based longitudinal program. The program is practical and evidence-informed, enabling clinicians to successfully teach and prepare our learners for the current and future health care climate. 

Topics Covered in the Modules Include (but are not limited to):

  • Identity as a clinical teacher
  • The teaching and learning environment
  • Power and the teacher-learner partnership
  • Identifying learner needs and setting expectations
  • Educational approaches
  • Cultivating an optimal feedback culture
  • The learner in difficulty
  • Learner mistreatment

The curriculum is underpinned by a health equity lens. The program is also anchored by the locally developed Faculty Developer Competence Model.

Program Details

For more information, please visit the TLC Program Page.

Additional Info

Self-paced, self-directed eLearning modules are completed by participants in between each facilitated synchronous session throughout the duration of the program.

Registration Opens: November 1, 2023

Registration Closes: March 1,2024

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Centre for Faculty Development
Li Ka Shing International Healthcare
Education Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street, 4th floor

Mailing Address:
30 Bond Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 1W8

cfd@unityhealth.to

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