Teaching Resources

Teaching in the Time of Covid-19

Faculty Development Webinar Recording: The Virtual Resident: Tips and tricks for teaching in a virtual care environment with Dr. Krystine Sambor (57:21) and Preparing for a Virtual Resident Checklist

Teaching in Turbulent Times (a resource to support teaching in a telemedicine environment)

The CFPC’s Tips for Supervising Medical Learners Providing Virtual Care

The CMA/CFPC/RC’s Virtual Care Playbook

What Are Essential Services in Primary Care?

Covid-19-related Telehealth Communication Skills (full version and short version)

The Basics

Preceptor Role Description

Competency Based Clinical Teaching in 5 Basic Steps

Planning for Learning

Learner Orientation Checklist

Tips for Creating Learning Goals

Learner-Centered Teaching

What Do Adult Learners Want? (Applying adult learning principles in the clinical setting)

Tips for Encouraging Direct Observation

Tips for Providing Effective Feedback

Tips for Teaching Through Questioning and A Framework to Guide Questioning

Tips for Using the One Minute Preceptor and SNAPPS

Tips and FAQs for using Field Notes

Tips for Supporting a Learner in Difficulty (including an Educational Diagnosis Wheel and Learning Plan Sample )

Competency Assessment

UBC Family Practice Assessment Toolkit

Core Competency Targets (Family Practice Core Learning Outcomes, CanMEDS-FM Summary, and 6 Skill Dimensions Summary)

Preceptor e-Field Note Guide  and T-Res Quick Set-up Infosheet

Tips for Completing an In-Training Assessment Report (One45)

Academic Teaching Resources

Faculty Development Webinar Recording: Tips, Traps, and Tools to make your online sessions a success with Bill Upward (55:19)

Tips for Teaching Online

Engaging Learning Activities for Online Sessions

Zoom FAQ

Additional Resources

Preceptor Workbook 2012 (written by Dr. Adriaan Windt)

The British Columbia Preceptor Development Initiative (online modules to develop teaching skills)

This Changed My Practice (tales from the teaching trenches)

Pearls & Pitfalls for Preceptors (The Nanaimo Site’s very own YouTube Channel, which covers many different topics)

Teaching Skills for Community Preceptors from The UBC Faculty of Medicine Office for Faculty Development