Thursday, August 8, 2013 from Noon to 3:00pm
McGlothlin Medical Education Center - Room 3-101 (3rd Floor), MCV Campus
Plan to spend the most important three hours of your summer by learning new strategies for teaching and assessing learners. You are welcome to participate in this round robin demonstration in which you can listen, observe, and talk to your School of Medicine colleagues in the Teaching in Medical Education Faculty Fellows Program (TiME) who will share effective strategies for actively engaging learners of all levels.
Using Oral Presentations for Assessment; Creating Peer and Self-Assessments with Rubrics; Assessing Simulation Exercises; Critical and Reflective Writing; Writing Multiple Choice Questions; Using Bloom?s Taxonomy
12 - 1 p.m. Lunch and Overview: Dr. Terry Carter, Associate Dean, Professional Instruction & Faculty Development
1 - 3 p.m. (Learning Studios, 5th & 6th Fls.): Colleagues rotate among tables sharing a wide variety of approaches for learning and assessment
For questions, please contact Debbie Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org.