E-Learning Modules

The e-learning modules below are designed for clinical educators, whether they are new to their educator roles or are interested in a refresher. Modules are short and are designed to mirror content in the Department’s Clinical Educator Workshops. Note, there is audio content in these modules. 


Module 1: Introduction to the UBC Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) Program

Content covers the basics of UBC’s MPT program, including student demographics, curriculum, clinical placement settings and service areas, placement schedule, and student skills and knowledge as they progress through the program.

Module 6: Adult Learning Styles

Discover the characteristics of adult learners. Gain an understanding of learning styles and preferences, including generational differences in learning.

Module 7: Developing Learning Objectives with your Student

Discover the importance of learning objectives and how to develop them based on your student’s level of learning. 

Module 8: T-Res Overview – The Student’s Clinical Log

Explore T-Res, our students’ online clinical tracking software. This module contains sample screenshots, category explanations, and explains guidelines on privacy and usage during placement. 

Module 9: Providing Feedback

Review some helpful feedback models. Understand how to set the tone, and account for generational differences in feedback preferences when presenting feedback.

Module 10: The Evaluation Process

An overview of the Canadian Physiotherapy Assessment of Clinical Performance (ACP) evaluation used on clinical placement. Instruction for completion of the ACP is provided. Learn about conducting an evaluation meeting and how to facilitate reflection.

Module 12: Supporting a Student in Difficulty

Discover factors that may contribute to poor performance, and how to address an issue using communication and documentation.

The following additional modules are currently in development and will be added as they are completed: 

      • Module 2: The Role and Importance of Clinical Education
      • Module 3: Placement and Supervision Models
      • Module 4: Planning and Facilitating the Learning Experience
      • Module 5: Your Student’s First Day – Orientation
      • Module 11: The Perfect Preceptor
      • Module 13: Providing Challenge for an Exceptional Student
      • Module 14: The Hidden Curriculum