How to “Activate” Medical Students in the Office Teaching Setting: Giving Students Permission to Be Active Learners
Medicine -- Study and teaching -- United States, Active learning, Clinical medicine -- Decision making
A "For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine" column in which the authors examine teaching techniques designed to help students become active learners.
Taylor, C. A., & Lipsky, P. M. S. (2001). How to" activate" medical students in the office teaching setting: giving students permission to be activate learners. Family medicine, 33(6), 421-423.
At the time of writing, Dr. Lipsky was affiliated with the Department of Family Medicine, Northwestern University.