Workshop details


Due to covid-19 restrictions the full-day face-to-face version of this workshop has been suspended and a half-day version has been adapted for online delivery. The online version will be offered in 2020-21 on the following dates:

  • Thursday 08 October
  • Tuesday 17 November 
  • Thursday 21 January
  • Thursday 18 March
  • Thursday 06 May

The workshop will comprise a 90-minute live session from 10.30-12 on the above dates plus one hour of asynchronous activities to be completed in both the week before and after the live session.

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Dates for 2021-22 will be advertised from August. Please subscribe to the EDU newsletter to receive updates on forthcoming EDU offerings.



  • Jo Horsburgh
  • Nikki Boyd
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Who should attend?

This introductory workshop is designed for academic and NHS staff who are new to teaching Faculty of Medicine students, or who have not attended teaching and learning workshops before. It explores the relationships between teaching and learning and introduces participants to standard ways of structuring teaching and actively engaging learners. It examines the strengths and weaknesses - from the perspective of learning - of lectures and various types of small and large group teaching

Staff who are mainly involved in teaching in clinical settings will probably find the Introduction to teaching in clinical settings workshop more suitable for their needs. Staff who are interested in developing their feedback skills should attend the Introduction to feedback and formative assessment in the Faculty of Medicine workshop. If you are unsure about which workshop to attend, please do not hesitate to contact us.

NB Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Medicine has considerable overlap with Introduction to Teaching for Learning. We recommend only attending one of these. If you are unsure about which option is best for you please contact us.

If you are primarily working teaching within a clinical context then you may find Introduction to teaching in clinical settings more suited to your needs. If you are interested in developing strategies and techniques for providing effective feedback, please book onto the Introduction to Feedback and Formative Assessment workshop.

Key areas

  • An introduction to medical education
  • Developing learning outcomes
  • Ways to structure teaching and actively engage learners
  • Small and large group teaching
  • Managing learners
  • Evaluation of teaching

Further information

6 CPD credits from the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom have been approved for this workshop.

Imperial STAR Framework

This workshop is particularly suitable for those seeking recognition at D1 or D2 level of the STAR framework. It addresses the following dimensions of the UK Professional Standards Framework: A1, A2, A3, K2, K3, K5, V1, V2, V3.