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Table 1 PTT program outcomes and modules

From: Peer teacher training (PTT) program for health professional students: interprofessional and flipped learning

Inter-professional Peer Teacher Training Program
Overall program outcomes:
 • Develop the teaching and assessment skills required for health professional students to participate in peer teaching and assessment activities
 • Develop the skills required of health professional students to provide effective feedback to their peers
 • Assist health professional students to recognise opportunities for teaching and learning within clinical settings, and contribute to the knowledge and skill development of their peers
 • Provide and encourage opportunities for inter-professional learning and team collaboration that can be applied to professional practice
Module 1: Introduction to the peer teacher training program and effective feedback
 This module provides a brief introduction to the Peer Teacher Training program. It also provides the foundation for skill development in the area of effective feedback in the clinical setting.
Delivered completely online:
2 h
Activities:
• Complete a discussion board activity
• Introduction to the program
• A focus on provision of feedback
Tools:
• PowerPoint
• Videos (examples of how to provide feedback using Pendleton’s model)
Module 2: Planning and delivering a teaching session
 This module introduces the central concepts of teaching plan development and delivery. Participants are provided with opportunities to develop and practice their teaching skills.
Face-to-face
class
1.5 h
Activities:
• Large group teaching
• Small group activities where each student is required to deliver a delivering a 5 min teaching session using Set, Dialogue, Closure
• Formative assessment with feedback
Tools:
• PowerPoint
• Videos with examples of small group teaching
• Formative assessment sheets
Module 3: Teaching a skill
 This module provides opportunities for participants to develop competence in skills teaching. Effective feedback and ways in which to determine competency, and improve skill performance are also explored.
Face-to-face
class
1.5 h
Activities:
• Large group teaching
• Small group activities, delivering a 5 min skills teaching session using Pendleton’s model.
• Formative assessment and feedback
Tools:
• PowerPoint
• Videos (examples of how to teach a skill using Petyon’s method)
• Formative assessment sheets
Module 4: Assessment and feedback in the clinical setting
 This module provides participants with the opportunity to develop their understanding and skills in the area of assessment and feedback, particularly within the clinical setting.
Face-to-face
30 min
Activities:
• Large group teaching
Tools:
• Powerpoint
Module 5: Small group teaching
 This module emphasises key skills and strategies needed in small group teaching, with an emphasis on inter-professional teaching.
Face-to-face
1 h
Activities:
• Large group teaching
Tools:
• Powerpoint
• Videos with examples of inter-professional teaching
Module 6: Effective clinical handover
 This module emphasises key skills and strategies needed for effective clinical handover.
Face-to-face
1.5 h
Activities:
• Large group teaching with Powerpoint
• Small group activities where each student performs a clinical handover using the ISBAR model.
• Feedback
Tools:
• Powerpoint
• Videos with examples of clinical handovers
• Scenarios for role play