Reading List

Focus on Teaching on the Run:

  1. Doctors as Teachers (98kb)
  2. Tip 2: Educational Guides for Teaching in a Clinical Setting (93kb)
  3. Tip 3: Planning a Teaching Episode (114kb)
  4. Tip 4: Teaching With Patients (115kb)
  5. Tip 5: Teaching a Skill (114kb)
  6. Tip 6: Determining Competence (133kb)
  7. Tip 7: Effective Use of Questions (114kb)
  8. Tip 8: Assessment and Appraisal (125kb)
  9. Tip 9: In-training Assessment (140kb)
  10. Tip 10: Giving Feedback (114kb)

  1. Merriam, Sharan B. Updating Our Knowledge of Adult Learning. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 1996;16(3):136-43 (752kb)
  2. Fox, Robert D. Implications of the Model of Change and Learning for Undergraduate Medical Education. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 1996;16(3):144-51 (496kb)
  3. Armstrong, Elizabeth and Parsa-Parsi, Ramin. How Can Physicians' Learning Styles Drive Educational Planning? Acad Med July 2005; 80: 680-684.
  4. Greenhalgh, Trisha and Taylor, Rod. How to Read a Paper: Papers that Go Beyond Numbers (Qualitative Research). BMJ 1997;315:740-743 (20 September).
  5. Cooper, James L., Robinson, Pamela, and Ball, David A. The Interactive Lecture: Reconciling Group and Active Learning Strategies with Traditional Instructional Formats. Exchanges: The Online Journal of Teaching and Learning in the California State University.
  6. Johnson, Susan R. A Plan for Professional Reading. Academic Physician and Scientist (www.acphysci.com). http://www.acphysci.com/aps/resources/PDFs/July-Aug_05_career.pdf
  7. Brookfield, Steven. Adult Learning: An Overview. in A. Tuinjman (ed.) (1995). International Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford, Pergamon Press. (Forthcoming) http://www.fsu.edu/~elps/ae/download/ade5385/Brookfield.pdf
  8. Griffith, Chipper. Selected References from Excellent Clinical Teaching: Does It Really Matter presented at Grand Rounds on August 30, 2005
  9. Think, Pair, Share: http://www.eazhull.org.uk/nlc/think,_pair,_share.htm

The following articles are also on reserve in the library:

  1. Brown, Judith O. The Portfolio: A Reflective Bridge Connecting the Learner, Higher Education, and the Workplace. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education. pp. 2-13
  2. Hauer, Karen E. and Irby, David M. Effective Clinical Teaching in the Inpatient Setting.
  3. Roberson Jr., Donald N. and Merriam, Sharan B. The Self-Directed Learning Process of Older, Rural Adults. Adult Education Quarterly, August 2005; 269-287