We provide peer coaching in the following educational settings:
Large Group Teaching
A didactic teaching style that tends to involve the sharing of information in a teacher-centered, one-way flow mode of communication. Examples: lectures, grand rounds, seminars, journal clubs, presentations at meetings (local, national, international), conferences, etc.
Small Group Teaching
Involves small numbers of learners and tends to emphasize student-centered instructional methods characterized by frequent verbal exchanges with and amongst students. Examples: workshops, problem based learning (PPL), clinical team work, classroom assessments, etc.
Occurs in a variety of settings including bedside teaching, clinical precepting, research mentoring.
Upon special request, we can provide feedback on Course Leadership (curriculum design, course evaluation, teacher evaluation, syllabus development) and Communication of Educational Scholarly Work (review of educational materials). These settings are coached by scholarly experts who are not necessarily members of our regular team. The process for reviewing these kinds of settings varies from the regular process, and scheduling will depend on the coaches’ availability. If you are interested, please inquire far in advance, so that we have ample time to match you with an appropriate coach.