My teaching method is application based learning with demonstrated student learning outcomes. I wholeheartedly embrace the idea of augmenting the role of the student pharmacist as a pharmacist-extender. My philosophy of bringing the “classroom” to the real world means that the student pharmacist will become an active member of an interprofessional team participating in the delivery of a patient-centered pharmaceutical care. I feel that when students actively learn from “real patients” and receive the hands-on role-modeling, they get engaged and take ownership of their learning. They also develop new skill sets, gain confidence, and take on the responsibility of improving outcomes for patients they are caring for. I expect students to be self-directed in their learning.