Rubrics are a valuable tool for communicating high expectations, providing targeted feedback, and demonstrating learning priorities. Join Dr. Scott in this interactive session about creating rubrics that purposefully communicate your expectations and priorities. In addition to discussing the ways in which rubrics can improve transparency and feedback, participants will apply the elements of effective rubric… Read More
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Writing effective multiple-choice questions (MCQ) for exams, quizzes, or practice that assess student learning can be challenging but is essential to the learning process. This workshop focuses on how faculty can implement best/effective practices for writing MCQs including aligning questions with learning objectives/outcomes, appropriately using question components, and integrating varied cognitive skills. Participants will have the… Read More
Are you ready to adopt the latest research on effective teaching in your classes? Great! Are your students ready to make the move from passive to active learning? Students are often resistant to changes to teaching because they do not understand the compelling reasons to engage in active learning. They got here with traditional lectures… Read More
Do you want to ensure that your students and peers engage with your ideas in a meaningful way? In this interactive webinar, we will identify effective practices for lectures, including the concept of the flipped classroom. We will also discuss presentation practices that engage your audience and get your ideas across effectively. You will leave… Read More
Providing meaningful feedback to learners is essential for performance improvement. Feedback culture also plays a significant role in learner growth. In this session, we discussed best practices for improving feedback and feedback culture. Participants applied the ask-tell-ask model of feedback to relevant scenarios and shared their assessment and feedback top tips.
Active learning strategies in clinical and didactic settings will be discussed. Participants learn case based and didactic active learning techniques that can be used in remote or face-to-face courses. Additionally, participants discuss the benefits of active learning and develop a plan to implement active learning in their courses.
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