Educational Development Workshop Topics

Effective Teaching Strategies

  1. Bedside Teaching Strategies
  2. Curriculum Design: Developing Goals and Objectives, Designing Teaching and Assessment Methods
  3. Effective Teaching = Effective Learning – Using Principles of Teaching to Reach Your Learners
  4. Flipped Classrooms – Effective Use of In-class Activities
  5. HyFlex Teaching and the Juggle between In-Person and Remote Audience
  6. Incorporating Standardized Patients and Simulation in Your Teaching
  7. Interactive Teaching through WebEx
  8. Lecture and Large Group Presentation Skills
  9. Matching Assessment to Learning Objectives
  10. Small Group Teaching Strategies
  11. Team-Based Learning (TBL)
  12. 10 Principles to Teaching and Learning: Translating Learning to Teaching – Science Behind Teaching
    Theories

Effective Teaching with Technology

  1. Creating and Delivering Effective PowerPoint Presentation
  2. Developing Online Learning Modules and Clinical Simulations
  3. Effective Uses of Poll Everywhere (PollEv)
  4. PowerPoint Basics and Beyond (Hands-on in computer lab)
  5. Spice Up Your Teaching with Technology Enhanced Active Learning (Video Production and Poll Everywhere in
    the Flipped Classroom format, including a thirty minutes self-learning module as the prerequisite for the real-time workshop.)
  6. Telemedicine 101

Feedback: Effective Ways to Provide and Receive

  1. Being an Effective Advisor, Coach, and Mentor
  2. Beliefs and How it Effects the We Provide and Receive Feedback
  3. Promoting Growth Mindset in the Classroom and Providing Effective Feedback
  4. Providing Constructive Feedback and Meaningful Narrative Evaluations
  5. Providing Learners Feedback to Help Them Go Beyond Just “Meeting Expectations”

Understanding Learners and Ourselves

  1. Approaches for Encouraging Professional Growth in Trainees
  2. Are they getting it? Identifying difficult topics before moving on to the next
  3. Analyze Your Teaching Skills
  4. Educational Portfolio 101 → Support Promotion & Professional Development
  5. EQ & Coping with Stress
  6. Leadership and Management: Which is Better?
  7. Learners’ Motivation (Self-Efficacy, Expectancy x Value, Attribution theories) and Mindsets
  8. Peer Observation and Self-Reflection of Your Teaching (Peer Coaching Opportunities)
  9. Reflective Educator and/or Learner: Reflection Using 6-55 Stories
  10. Test-taking Strategies – ITE & Boards (Knowledge Acquisition and Comprehension Monitoring)
  11. Time Management Strategies
  12. Writing Your Teaching Philosophy
  13. Writing a Quality Letter of Support/Reference

Creating a Conducive Learning Experience

  1. Student Treatment: Fostering a Positive Learning Experience
  2. Working with Challenging Learners Effectively

Research Support

  1. Collecting and Analyzing Data
  2. Overview of Educational Research Methods
  3. Scientific Writing: Abstract and Poster
  4. Survey Design
  5. The Meaning of Inter-rater Reliability
  6. Writing and Analyzing Test Questions (Item Analyses)