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Small Group Teaching Deirdre Bonnycastle Regina General Hospital
Objectives 1.Describe the similarities and differences between small group and classroom teaching. 2.Practice using 4 teaching techniques useful in small groups.
Background Cooperative Active Self directed Experiential The CASE Curriculum Model
Four Techniques 1.Microteaching 2.Cases 3.Questioning 4.Structured Controversy
Microteaching Set –Attention –Motivation Body –Content –Activity Closure –Summary –Feel Good
Task 1 Pick a topic and create a plan for the Set
Case Studies The most commonly used technique in the Set and Closure Works best when combined with higher order questions ng
Task 2 With a partner identify what teaching need you want a case study to meet create a brief case study that meets that need
Questioning Metacognition Understanding Memorization
Who What When Where Describe List Identify Define Match “Just the facts, Mam”
Understanding How does one think like a physician? Applying Organizing Integrating Analyzing Generating Evaluating
Metacognition Reflection Critiquing the evidence Examine the steps used to reach a conclusion Examine the Paradox Created by Julian Beever, this image is a sidewalk illusion
Example How does Dr. Harding use questions in this session?
Task 3 Identify two analyzing questions for your case study that could be used in the Body of your session
Task 4 With a partner, identify two reflective questions that could be used in the Body of your session
Structured Controversy Side 1 and 2 Debate A Switch sides
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