Small group medical teaching is challenging and rewarding. When performed well, it allows clinicians to guide their own learning and rephrase the material in their own words. They can clarify questions with the facilitator and their peers and synthesise new concepts and slot them into their existing experience to build new linkages.
What makes something “Small Group Teaching” – is it numbers of participants, […]
Small group learning is commonly found in university and post graduate education […]
Seminars and Large Group Tutorials These types of small group encounters are […]
Problem Based Learning – Solving the open-ended question Howard Barrows and colleagues […]
Enquiry Based Learning – the focus is on enquiry This teaching method appears to […]
Advantages of Small Group Learning Appeals to adult learners – allows the […]