A comprehensively structured learning environment is important to support seamless educational interactions, observations, and mix of learning interventions. It enables GP supervisors to utilise the whole context to promote learning.
Six elements, 19 objectives, and 53 descriptors of quality for the general practice learning environment.
So practices can plan for, establish, and regularly appraise the quality of their learning environment for improved educational outcomes.
Completing Learning Environment health check assessment tool/s, and accessing feedback and resources, like those listed below.
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Planning teaching and valuing education, educators, and learners is a critical founding component to quality learning environments.
This includes things such as:
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