Teaching and Learning for Clinical Teachers (TLCT)



Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin


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This resource has been created by an interdisciplinary project team at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin and was funded through the Strategic Alignment of Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund 2020.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

An interdisciplinary online resource for clinical teachers and practice educators. This resource aims to support healthcare professionals involved in teaching and learning of undergraduate students.

This resource consists of 5 units of learning

  • Core Principles of Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Learning Environment ​
  • Feedback in the Clinical Learning Environment  ​
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Clinical Learning Environment ​
  • Student Engagement and Promoting a Culture of Belonging in the Clinical Learning Environment ​
  • Fundamentals of Work Based Assessment

This resource is for healthcare staff and academic staff who teach in the clinical learning environment. The students voice informed the development of this resource and while the resource is predominantly aimed towards healthcare professional and educators both staff and students can benefit from engaging with this resource… after all healthcare students will be clinical teachers very soon.

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