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About the Course
This course provides those involved in educating members of the health professions an asynchronous, interdisciplinary, and interactive way to obtain, expand, and improve their teaching skills. These skills can then be applied within their own professional context, with a variety of learners, extending across many stages. After completing this course, learners will: 1. Understand educational theory as it relates to health professions education 2. Match instructional methods with desired educational outcomes 3. Learn a variety of applied teaching techniques 4. Share successful teaching strategies Suggested resources will include educational videos, individual readings, recommended reference books, and crowd-sourced recommendations. All students should have dependable access to the internet with video streaming capabilities. Some students may want the ability to utilize on-line video conferencing as well.
This 8 week course is comprised of podcasts, reading, and on-line discussions. Students should anticipate a moderate workload (approximately 6-8 hours/week) that incorporates individual reading assignments, on-line discussion, and group work. Basic assessments of understanding take the form of on-line thought questions, reflections, and brief multiple choice questions. Participants will also provide examples of teaching within their own contexts, working together to solve educational challenges. While no specific pre-requisite knowledge is required, this course will be most beneficial to individuals who are actively engaged in a health professions setting such as medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, social work, and public health.
A Practical Guide for Medical Teachers. This background will serve as the foundation for creating intentional educational interventions and facilitate the selection of instructional techniques. Edited by Dent JA and Harden RM. Thomas PA. The Johns Hopkins University Press.chegg. the following resources will be referenced throughout the course and individuals may wish to purchase their own copies of the following: 1.com/textbooks/a-practical-guide-for-medicalteachers-3rd-edition-9780702031236-0702031232?trackid=ee14f6f6&ii=1 Course Format 1.chegg. Module 1 Adult Learning Theory 01.01 Multiple-choice question writing 03.03 Oral presentations 03. http://www. Edited by Kern DS. theory. http://www.com/textbooks/curriculum-development-for-medical-education-2nd-edition9780801893674-0801893674? trackid=cdb2554c&autosuggest=1&uqry=curriculum+development+for+medi&ii=1 2. 2009.02 Metacognition 01. Videos and links to other educational resources will be provided within each Module. Module 2 Intended Learning Outcomes 02.01 Bloom’s taxonomy 02. Wiley-Blackwell.01 Learning styles and motivation 01. 2009. Module 4 Instructional techniques: Knowledge Transfer . http://www.02 Skill assessment 03. Curriculum Development for Medical Education : A Six-step approach. 2010.chegg. Understanding Medical Education: Evidence.04 Rubrics and standardization 1.Course Syllabus The course will begin with a general discussion of adult learning theory followed by an overview of the development of intended learning outcomes and the assessment of those outcomes. and practice. and Hughes MT. However. Elsevier. Module 3 Instructional design and individual assessment 03. Churchill Livingstone. Association for the Study of Medical Education. Baltimore.03 Social learning 01.04 Professional identity formation 1.com/textbooks/understanding-medical-education-1st-edition9781405196802-1405196807? trackid=2e145e00&autosuggest=1&uqry=understanding+medical+edu&ii=1 3. Edited by Swanwick T.03 Dreyfus model of skill acquisition 1.02 Miller’s pyramid and clinical competence 02.
01 Within learners’ specific context 08. music. Module 8 Application of instructional methods (capstone) 08.03 High fidelity clinical simulations 1. . asynchronous formats 07. A Statement of Accomplishment with Distinction will be provided to those individuals who earn a 95% average on the quizzes and complete 95% of peer assessment activities.03 Incorporating art. Module 7 Instructional techniques: Teaching with technology 07.02 Synchronous vs.01 Active learning in large lecture formats 04.02 Supportive questioning 04.03 “Big Ticket” technique 1. Module 6 Instructional techniques: Attitudes 06.01 Simulation 05. Module 5 Instructional techniques: Skill Development 05.03 Clinical reasoning 1.02 Sharing best practices with other Grading Policy Students who earn a 70% average on the quizzes and complete 70% of peer assessment activities will earn a Statement of Accomplishment.02 Teaching with data 05.01 Reflection 06.02 Feedback 06. and theater 1.04.01 Large lecture formats 07.