2022 – 2023 Other Clinical Teaching Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in Clinical Teaching!

Below is a sign-up form for a variety of clinical teaching opportunities.  We are so grateful for the ongoing contributions of speech-language pathologists to the education of our students.  By completing this survey, you will be indicating your commitment to participate in one or more clinical teaching activities.  You will receive a confirmation e-mail and, closer to the time of the commitment, the appropriate staff or faculty member will follow–up with you to make specific arrangements.

We look forward to having you, our clinical faculty, involved in any of the following ways:

  • Guided Observation Activities
  • Small Group Facilitation of Teaching Clinics
  • Facilitation of Tutorials and Case Discussions of Real and Simulated Clinical Cases

 

Additional Clinical Teaching Opportunities Sign-Up: 2022-2023

  • *Please include your specific area of practice.
  • Let us know here if there is a placement site affiliated with this offer that you would like to include.

  • Academic Course Opportunities

  • 1) Principles of Clinical Practice (PCP) - Year 1:

    We are looking for volunteers to facilitate small group discussions on the following dates/topics. Sessions can be either in-person or virtual at the preference of the facilitator. Please select date(s) you are able to attend and your preferred format: Please select if you are able to attend:

  • Students present clips of simulated therapy session for group discussion and reflection
  • Students/facilitators complete a preschool speech and language case. Facilitators guide discussion to develop clinical reasoning skills.

  • 2) Advanced Principles of Clinical Practice, Year 2: Counselling Live or Virtual Simulation Experience

    A small group session where students practice counselling skills, ideally with a client or family member that the SLP facilitator brings to the two-hour session (1 – 3 p.m.). Students reflect on their performance and the client/family member, other students and SLP facilitator also provide feedback.

  • I would like to be a facilitator in the Counselling Live or Virtual Simulation Experience in April 2023, I am...


  • Clinical Course Opportunities

  • 1) Teaching Clinics Facilitators 2023

    Clinical educators are needed to be facilitators for small group sessions. Typically, the same group meets for all sessions within a given course and so we aim to have the same facilitator to ensure continuity across Teaching Clinics. During these clinics, students present clinical cases from their placement to gain insight into clinical questions and receive developmental and confirming feedback from peers. SLP facilitators guide the discussion to promote development of students' clinical reasoning skills.

  • Students are in SLP1508 - Advanced Clinical Laboratory in Speech-Language Pathology. This is a second-year course.

  • Students are in SLP1500 - Internship. This is a first-year course.

  • Students are in SLP1500 - Internship. This is a first-year course, however, students are further along in their academic work at this stage.

  • Students are in SLP2500 - Advanced Internship. This is a second-year course and is the final placement.


  • 2) SLP 1507 Clinical Laboratory Facilitator

    We are seeking SLP facilitators for the following simulated case-based activities. SLP facilitators are provided with access to all relevant simulated case materials, including a facilitator guide.

  • Please indicate the TOTAL NUMBER of activities you can commit to in the spring:
  • Please select all of the dates that you are available and we will confirm a finalized schedule.
  • Please indicate if you prefer mornings, afternoons or another time frame. Please convert to Toronto Standard Time (EST) if you are indicating specific hours.
  • Please indicate the TOTAL NUMBER of activities you can commit to in the summer:
  • Please select all of the dates that you are available and we will confirm a finalized schedule.
  • Please indicate if you prefer mornings, afternoons or another time frame. Please convert to Toronto Standard Time (EST) if you are indicating specific hours.
  • 3) GUIDED OBSERVATIONS

    In Year 1 students are offered a variety of opportunities to observe SLPs, communicative disorder assistants and audiologists in practice. These can be in-person or virtual, are normally for 1-2 students and are for one session (approx. 1 hour) in length, plus a short amount of time to debrief with the students about the case. Please indicate if you are interested in offering student observations during the following periods. We will connect closer to the observation period to coordinate scheduling.

  • (i.e. 4 = sessions in total)
  • Please indicate the number of students who can observe in each session