- Introduces self
- Gains attention of group
- States clear learning outcomes
The pharmacist displayed an open, relaxed and friendly attitude throughout the session, and clearly managed to engage with the students.
The learning objectives were clear and directly related to the session that she had been asked to deliver.
Main part of session *
- Content appropriate to the level and needs of learners
- Emphasises key points
- Clear, concise delivery
- Knowledge of subject
- Logical sequence
- Good pace
- Good use of voice / tone
- Uses appropriate and effective resources to support learning
- Promotes active learner participation
- Effective use of questioning
- Appropriate teaching methods used
- Provides explicit, detailed and constructive feedback to learners
The pharmacist managed to take the students through a very clear and logical presentation. She presented things in a very simple but thoughtful way. She managed to break things down and make them easily understandable and relatable.
She set some approachable pre-reading and highlighted further reading in her talk.
During the workshop / case study element, the pharmacist engaged the students really well, promoting active participation. She actively tried to involve those that stayed quiet. Her feedback during the cases was informative, friendly and non-judgmental, showing where the student had done well, and also highlighting other aspects that they had missed.
The presentation and workshop scored very highly from the students that were present (see feedback from students in uploaded attachment below).
- Summarises key points
- Learning outcomes achieved
- Keeps to time
At the end of the session, the pharmacist wrapped up by delivering one final slide and talking about some of the feedback from the cases. She then set the students a few experiential tasks to take away with them. We ran a few of minutes over the allotted time, but this was not a problem.