|Dr Sarah Rotstein (left) receiving her award|
from Professor Robyn Slattery
The TII award recognizes the innovations educators are making in their teaching practice and delivery that have a positive impact on the student learning experience.
Dr Rotstein developed an innovative approach to teaching the correct terminology to be used in the Mental State Examinations (MSE). Rather than ask psychology students to simply memorize the terminology Dr Rotstein created a fun and engaging approach known as ‘Phenomenology Charades’.
Professor Robyn Slattery, Director of non-medical education at Central Clinical School, created the award to inspire all CCS educators, both medical and non-medical, to innovate, measure the impact of their innovation and of course, apply for the award in 2019!