This section helps you gain a comprehensive understanding of the BCIT Preceptorship teaching/learning experience by providing you with key information from the beginning to completion of the course.
Teaching Resources for Preceptor Development
Note: The E-tips site (www.practiceeducation.ca) is currently unavailable.
E-tips is a series of eight web-based, interactive education modules to help develop skills and confidence for health care preceptors, clinical educators, and others. The eight modules included are:
Module 1: Setting the Stage for Clinical Teaching
Module 2: The Role Learning Plays in the Practice Education Experience
Module 3: Enhancing your Teaching Skills.
Module 4: Fostering Clinical Reasoning
Module 5: Giving Feedback
Module 6: The Evaluation Process in Practice Education
Module 7: Supporting the Struggling Student.
Module 8: Strategies for Resolving Conflicts
If you are a health care practitioner who participates in the education of students and new staff, e-tips will enhance your role through quick-tips, ideas and activities.
Note: E-tips (www.practiceeducation.ca) was launched by a grant from the Practice Education Innovation Fund, which is sponsored by the BC Ministries of Advanced Education and Health and administered by the BC Academic Health Council.