Never let your schooling interfere with your education.
Mark Twain

I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.
John Steinbeck

This page has material relating to teaching and learning.
Part of wilderness medicine is about helping others to enjoy the wildereness as safely as possible; this involves teaching them.
This section has a bias to clinical teaching but contains material that will be of value to the wilderness instructor.

The safe enjoyment of the wilderness requires the acquisition of numerous skills and areas of knowledge - knowing how to learn as effectively as possible is valuable.

There are links to separate pages on specific topics below:
discipline & development
techniques for teaching and learning
presentations
outdoor education
feedback
teaching psychomotor skills
learning theories with practical use
curriculum development
principles of assessment

mentoring and learner support

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from Phil Race's web site


The importance of teaching




The difference between winning and success

(from coach John Wooden)



vidoe in 3 parts on teaching teaching and understanding understanding






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Learning

Kolb's learning cycle
Learning style inventory (Kolb)
Learning styles questionnaire (multiple intelligences model)
The learning brain



course manual for clinical teachers

Draft curriculum for clinical educators

Recommended books

Evidence-based teaching
Teaching today
Visible learning

Pocket Guide to Teaching for Medical Instructors
A handy guide to facilitation (online)
The facilitator's toolkit (online)