Clinical Teaching Skills

Teaching Scripts for Clinical Education

8 am to 10 am, May 22, 2015

Teaching scripts are an effective tool for medical educators to deliver targeted instruction to diverse learners in the clinical setting. These scripts include information about the content to be covered, as well as the methods instructors will use to effectively convey that content to learners at different levels and to quickly assess student understanding.

Teaching in the OR and Other Procedures

11 am to 1 pm, October 20, 2014

This interactive workshop is designed to assist clinical faculty in their teaching efforts in the operating room and the procedure suite. The BID model (Briefing, Intraoperative Teaching, and Debriefing) will also be demonstrated. Participants will be given the opportunity to practice the model using personal examples.

At the completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:

Improve Your Teaching by Debunking Education Myths: Evidence-based Teaching Workshop

8 am to 9 am, October 30, 2015

In teaching, medical educators, like in clinical practice, should use the evidence from the education literature and incorporate it into their teaching practice.

This workshop will help faculty translate the evidence from some landmark education articles and debunk some educational myths about how people learn, learning styles, self assessment and learning retention.

The workshop will be highly interactive, requiring participants to use both the evidence and apply it to their teaching, learning and assessment practices.

Facilitated by Sally A. Santen, M.D.,Ph.D.

Think Like an Actor, Present Like a Pro

8 am to 10 am, April 18, 2016

Presented by Eleni Kelakos, CTO (Chief Transformational Officer), The Eleni Group

It’s conference season, and you’ve once again been asked to share your expertise by giving a breakout session at a regional, national or international conference. The thought makes you both smile and shiver. The pressure to deliver a presentation to a group of your professional colleagues that is clear, confident and memorable is undeniable. As you prepare, you start to wonder:

Think Like an Actor, Present Like a Pro

12 pm to 2 pm, April 18, 2016

Presented by Eleni Kelakos, CTO (Chief Transformational Officer), The Eleni Group

It’s conference season, and you’ve once again been asked to share your expertise by giving a breakout session at a regional, national or international conference. The thought makes you both smile and shiver. The pressure to deliver a presentation to a group of your professional colleagues that is clear, confident and memorable is undeniable. As you prepare, you start to wonder:

Developing the Educators' Portfolio - One Piece of Your Promotion Package

8 am to 11 am, November 23, 2015

Preparing the documents needed for promotion takes time and attention to detail.  One of the critical items needed in the presentation of one’s materials is the Educators’ Portfolio.  Despite the importance of this document, many faculty still find it difficult to pull together a successful package. 

How to Effectively Supervise and Teach Residents: Entrustment & Autonomy

8 am to 9 am, October 27, 2015

In this session, we will discuss the factors of professional entrustment, explore resident perceptions of autonomy and preferred learning environment, and strategies to enhance resident learning within this framework. Facilitated by Sally Santen, MD, PhD, Assistant Dean for Educational Research and Quality Improvement in the Medical School and Associate Chair of Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine

 

Course objectives:

At the completion of this session, participants should be able to:

Not Another Boring Lecture

8 am to 9 am, December 08, 2015

Learn how to improve your presentation skills in lectures and use the latest technology to keep your students and colleagues engaged.

Facilitated by Sally Santen, MD, PhD, Jocelyn Schiller, MD and Helen Morgan, MD

Course objectives:

At the completion of this session, participants should be able to:

Creating Effective Slides: Design, Construction, and Use in Science

8 am to 10 am, September 28, 2015

Back by popular demand!  Jean-luc Doumont, an engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering and a PhD in applied physics from Stanford University, will join us to discuss the do's and don'ts of PowerPoint slides.  If you frequently attend presentations, you probably agree that most slides out there are ineffective, often detracting from what presenters are saying instead of enhancing their presentation.

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