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Introduction: Skeff Model

Introduction: Skeff Model


Drawing from educational principles, the information in this module has evolved from research and observations of clinical teaching in ambulatory and in-patient settings. Designed, studied, and disseminated by Kelley Skeff, MD, PhD and colleagues, this model is developed to aid teachers in analyzing the clinical teaching process and improving teaching effectiveness, enthusiasm and vitality.

Please read Enhancing teaching effectiveness and vitality in the ambulatory setting before beginning this module.

The 7 components of the framework are as follows:


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The Seven-Component Framework to Enhance Teaching Effectiveness

 

Skeff, K. M. (1988). Enhancing teaching effectiveness and vitality in the ambulatory setting. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 3, S26-S33.