Issues and Processes in Learning and Supervision in a Health Care Setting

15 points

Not offered 2021, offered in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2020

For further information see School of Health Sciences


This course has an emphasis on psychological and social learning dimensions relevant to learning and supervision and therefore focuses on the cognitive and personal factors of how people learn, instructor/student relationships, case based learning, reflective practice and critical thinking, providing feedback, and encouraging self evaluation in working with small groups. Participants are required to critically review the literature in this area, demonstrate its application to teaching sessions, and present findings to the group. The course content can be applied equally to student and peer teaching, or to patient education.


Subject to approval of the Director, Health Sciences Centre


EDCT701, EDCT803