Clinical teaching based on principles of cognitive apprenticeship: views of experienced clinical teachers.

@article{Stalmeijer2013ClinicalTB,
  title={Clinical teaching based on principles of cognitive apprenticeship: views of experienced clinical teachers.},
  author={Ren{\'e}e E Stalmeijer and Diana Dolmans and Hetty A M Snellen-Balendong and Marijke van Santen-Hoeufft and Ineke H.A.P. Wolfhagen and Albert Jja Scherpbier},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2013},
  volume={88 6},
  pages={
          861-5
        }
}
PURPOSE To explore (1) whether an instructional model based on principles of cognitive apprenticeship fits with the practice of experienced clinical teachers and (2) which factors influence clinical teaching during clerkships from an environmental, teacher, and student level as perceived by the clinical teachers themselves. The model was designed to apply directly to teaching behaviors of clinical teachers and consists of three phases, advocating teaching behaviors such as modeling, creating a… CONTINUE READING

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