EXCEL E-learning Modules

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Whether you are new to your role as a Clinical Educator, or would just like a quick refresher on a certain topic, our EXCEL e-learning modules are here for you!

These modules are designed as short (usually 5-15 minutes) e-learning opportunities. We realize that time is a valuable resource, and many of our future Clinical Educators cannot make it to one of our Clinical Educator workshops. We also recognize that we live in a big province, and we cannot offer our workshops in as many communities as we’d like. The EXCEL modules are meant to offer direct, anytime access to all the information found in our workshop, and they should answer most questions you might have about taking a student.

BOLDED modules are complete and available to view. These modules are a work in progress. Check back for further additions!

Note: To view a module you may need headphones or speakers. This will be indicated in the introduction to the module.

We invite you to view the modules in our series:

Familiarize yourself with the basics of UBC’s MPT program, such as student demographics, curriculum, clinical placement areas, placement scheduling, and student skills and knowledge levels throughout program.

Click to go to module: Introduction to the UBC Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) program

Find out why Clinical Education is such an integral part of the MPT program, and the vital role it plays in student learning.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

Explore our various supervision models, such as sharing a student.  Learn how a new grad can become a Clinical Educator. Read about our student-led clinics. Get tips on facilitating an inter-professional placement.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

Explore the role of the Clinical Educator. Learn about planning your student’s learning experience, facilitating learning, and encouraging reflection.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

Learn about areas to cover when a student arrives, such as mutual objectives, orientation, site requirements, etc. Understand how to create a safe learning environment, and learn more about our program’s WorkSafeBC requirements.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

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

Click to go to module: Adult Learning Styles

Discover the importance of learning objectives and how to develop them based on your student’s level of learning. Learn about our students’ skills and knowledge levels throughout program.

Click to go to module: Developing Learning Objectives

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

Click here to go to module: T-Res Overview: The Student's Clinical Log

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

Click to go to module: Providing Feedback.

An overview of the Canadian Physiotherapy Assessment of Clinical Performance (ACP) evaluation used on clinical placement, as well as instruction for completion. Learn about conducting an evaluation meeting and reflection.

Click to go to module: The Evaluation Process

Learn about the characteristics of an effective Clinical Educator, including supervision responsibilities.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

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

Click to go to module: Supporting a Student in Difficulty

Planning additional learning experiences for the student who is excelling within a placement.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.

What is the “Hidden Curriculum?” Discover what your students are really learning, and what students look for in a learning experience.

Click to go to module: Module not yet available online.