Repost Episode: Teaching is hard. Learn the what, why, and how of the Socratic Method and how using this process may aid preceptors in understanding what a student truly knows - and where more focus needs to be placed. Help your students think better with Socratic questioning!
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Pearl 1: Describe the Socratic Method
Pearl 2: Identify reasons the Socratic Method is a useful precepting tool
Pearl 3: Implement the Socratic Method while precepting students
Tracy Pettinger, PharmD
Clinical Associate Professor
Idaho State University
Lindsay Davis, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP, ASH-CHC, TTS
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