Experience Applying the Pharmacist Learning Styles Inventory (PILS) to Experiential Clerkships as a Preceptor: A Reflection
Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning
The learning styles inventory categorizes student preference for acquisition and processing of information. The learning styles inventory has the potential to positively influence the learning environment with pharmacy education. Yet, little exploration of this area has been done. This article is a reflection on the potential applications of the Pharmacist's Inventory of Learning Styles in an experiential environment.
Pharmacy education, learning styles, learning assessment
Eng, Marty L., "Experience Applying the Pharmacist Learning Styles Inventory (PILS) to Experiential Clerkships as a Preceptor: A Reflection" (2013). Pharmacy Faculty Publications. 24.