Welcome to the tEACH section of the website.
Welcome to tEACH, the subcommittee of EACH that focuses on providing support, resources and sharing of expertise for communication teachers, whether about teaching, curriculum development or assessment. The aim of tEACH is to be a primary source of help for communication teachers everywhere.
tEACH is composed of more than 40 working members representing a variety of health care disciplines and more than 21 different countries from around the world. Since 2008, tEACH has developed and collected teaching, curriculum and assessment resources, train the trainer courses, and provided support to communication teachers throughout the world.
In these webpages, communication teachers can find information on:
- Teaching tools
- Assessment and assessment tools
- Curriculum and communication models
- Courses and support for trainers
- National networks of communication teachers [Under development]
- Individual consultation support
- How to get involved and contribute to tEACH
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tEACH has developed and collected a variety of resources to support communication teachers in healthcare. These resources can help with those initiating new teaching programmes or extending existing programmes focused on communication in healthcare.
tEACH offers courses and other support for developing and enhancing the skills and educational programmes of trainers and teachers of communication skills in health care across all professional groups.
Use our searchable database of resources to find teaching tools most relevant to your teaching needs.
The current collection of teaching and assessment resources on the tEACH pages are just a beginning and we are grateful for those teachers who have provided the initial material. We hope you will donate your teaching resources to this website so that we can all continue to learn from each other.
The tEACH committee consists of more than 40 volunteer working members from countries throughout Europe representing a variety of disciplines. Members work in subgroups to address the broad range of needs of communication teachers.
The tEACH committee has been working to support communication teachers in healthcare for over 10 years. Our continued work focuses on helping communication teachers in their institutions, countries and disciplines network with each other, share expertise and have support and resources for their teaching efforts.
tEACH relies on and values contributions from communication teachers to network and share their expertise with colleagues in communication in healthcare.
If you would like to contact EACH or discuss any information please feel free to get in touch