Hall-Investigating explicit and implicit talk rules in clinical teachin
Particular forms of questioning are likely to be suited to some goals and less suited to others. We might want our questions to provide evidence of prior knowledge (recall), of preparation (research skills) or to make clear where the areas of ambiguity lie in order to structure a discussion (legal thinking). Or a relational goal: building confidence through success; minimising social discomfort; increasing ability to participate; providing challenge; modelling ability to learn from others. In this interactive session we welcome traditional verbal participation and we will also be using visual methods to gauge your responses to being in the ‘questioning space’.