PAR-40018 - Educational Supervision and Feedback
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Level: Level 7
Credits: 15
Study Hours: 150
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Programme/Approved Electives for 2024/25


Available as a Free Standing Elective





Learners will have bachelor level degree in healthcare or equivalent and be working within the NHS and/or the field of education for healthcare professionals

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Description for 2024/25

Educational supervision and feedback skills are vital for the continuing professional development of all healthcare professionals. Therefore teachers within these professions need to develop these skills to be able to guide their learners. This module explores the role of the educational supervisor and it also allows learners to explore feedback methods to further enhance their feedback skills.

To enhance the learners understanding of the principles and skills involved in educational supervision in a range of clinical and educational contexts.
Allow learners to explore the different types of feedback models from the literature and different methods to support these skills.

Intended Learning Outcomes

evaluate the role of an educational supervisor in supporting and monitoring educational progress in trainees using relevant theories and models;: 1,2
assess the importance of giving, receiving, interpreting and using feedback to facilitate learning;
: 1,2
formulate appropriate feedback methods to provide effective, quality and timely feedback in a range of situations to support educational progress of trainees.
: 1,2
develop feedback, coaching and mentoring skills to support the role of an educational supervisor within your own professional practice;: 1,2

Study hours

14 hours of lectures, seminar/small group work, (synchronous)
10 hours reading in preparation for scheduled learning activities, (asynchronous)
60 hours private study, (asynchronous)
66 hours assignment preparation (asynchronous)

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