Educational perspectives can be useful guides to our teaching in psychiatry. Nevertheless, formal training about teaching in psychiatry is uncommon and rarely includes the study of educational perspectives or theory that underlies teaching. Using a modified case-based format, the authors present three different critiques of a hypothetical faculty member who teaches from a behavioral learning perspective. Feedback from faculty with cognitive, social learning, and interpersonal-inspiration perspectives is provided. The value and application of understanding educational perspectives in teaching is discussed.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health