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TLAS Corner: Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future

TLAS Corner: Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future

December 3, 2020 at 11:50 am

In this edition of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) Corner, Drs. Adrienne Salentiny and Richard Van Eck present an article entitled “Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future.” As part of our ongoing strategic planning, we conducted our annual faculty development needs assessment to inform plans for theRead More

Faculty development session: Teaching well in the time of COVID

Faculty development session: Teaching well in the time of COVID

November 5, 2020 at 10:44 am

Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship invites you to join us on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, from noon to 1 p.m. (CST) for a live event on Zoom (and recorded for later viewing). Presenters Dr. Richard Van Eck, associate dean for Teaching & Learning, and Dr. Adrienne Salentiny, instructional designer at the SMHS,Read More

Evidence-based Teaching: “Controlling the Chaos in COVID and Beyond” on Oct. 15

Evidence-based Teaching: “Controlling the Chaos in COVID and Beyond” on Oct. 15

September 30, 2020 at 12:00 pm

Join Dr. Adrienne Salentiny on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020, from noon to 1 p.m. (CST) for a faculty development session entitled “Controlling the Chaos in COVID and Beyond,” to be streamed live on Zoom and recorded for later viewing. Join Zoom Meeting  A recent faculty development needs assessment survey revealedRead More

Incoming class for inaugural TLAS Teaching Academy announced

Incoming class for inaugural TLAS Teaching Academy announced

September 10, 2020 at 11:54 am

The Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) unit in Education Resources is pleased to announce the inaugural class of the TLAS Teaching Academy. The Teaching Academy is a joint program of the SMHS Office of Education & Faculty Affairs (OEFA) and TLAS. It is being launched as a pilot program in 2020. The ten members of this year’s TeachingRead More

“Active lectures for online teaching” presentation Sept. 17

“Active lectures for online teaching” presentation Sept. 17

August 27, 2020 at 9:46 am

In the spring, faculty had to quickly adapt courses to an online format. It can be difficult to use preferred face-to-face teaching strategies in Zoom, and many faculty find themselves stuck in a lecturing rut. But lectures can still thrive with the addition of Active Learning (AL)—even online! Learn howRead More

Productivity during the pandemic: Strategies for balancing work, teaching, and parenting in the COVID era

Productivity during the pandemic: Strategies for balancing work, teaching, and parenting in the COVID era

April 30, 2020 at 10:23 am

Before 2020, many of us might have said we’d like to work from home on occasion: skipping the daily commute, having lunch at home, experiencing fewer doorway interruptions, not having to dress up for the office, and not having to take a sick day yourself when a child is sickRead More

Put some vroom in your Zoom April 7

Put some vroom in your Zoom April 7

April 2, 2020 at 9:19 am

We’ve all been in more Zoom sessions than we can count by now, so there’s no mystery in connecting with others through Zoom for meetings and discussion. But that doesn’t mean we’re all experts or that we’re using Zoom for maximum benefit. What’s the most efficient way to schedule meetingsRead More

Building the Perfect Research Poster: Online Series

Building the Perfect Research Poster: Online Series

March 12, 2020 at 8:27 am

Are you presenting a poster at a conference? Whether you are presenting nationally or locally, and whether you are a seasoned researcher or new to the world of poster presentations, the “Building the Perfect Poster” series is for you! In 2019, Library Resources, Education Resources, and Information Resources presented this three-part professional development series at the SMHS. TheRead More

Evidence-Based Teaching: Badging to promote competencies in health care education Feb. 25

Evidence-Based Teaching: Badging to promote competencies in health care education Feb. 25

February 6, 2020 at 10:41 am

Join us for the next Evidence-Based Teaching Session, “Badging as a Means of Promoting Competencies in Health Care Education,” to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at noon in Room W201 of the SMHS Northeast Campus (and both streamed live and recorded for later viewing). How do we go aboutRead More

Diagnose the Diagnosis: Automating assessment of diagnostic reasoning Feb. 4

Diagnose the Diagnosis: Automating assessment of diagnostic reasoning Feb. 4

January 9, 2020 at 9:16 am

The Office of Education and Faculty Affairs and Education Resources invite you to attend an interactive faculty development session with (returning!) guest presenter Dr. Jason Waechter: “Diagnose the Diagnosis: Automating the Assessment of Student Diagnostic Reasoning.” Every health care educator knows that diagnostic reasoning is key to providing effective andRead More

Evidence-Based Teaching: Promoting Competencies in Health Care Education Jan. 28

Evidence-Based Teaching: Promoting Competencies in Health Care Education Jan. 28

January 2, 2020 at 10:23 am

Join Drs. Richard Van Eck and Adrienne Salentiny of Education Resources for a session on teaching and assessing for longitudinal competencies and essential skills, attitudes, and dispositions. On Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020, at noon in Room W201 of the SMHS Northeast Campus, Drs. Van Eck and Salentiny will present “Promoting CompetenciesRead More

Shabb presents “Small-group peer- and self-evaluations reveal behaviors correlated with learning outcomes”

Shabb presents “Small-group peer- and self-evaluations reveal behaviors correlated with learning outcomes”

November 14, 2019 at 10:43 am

On Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, from noon to 1 p.m., Dr. John Shabb, associate professor in the UND Department of Biomedical Sciences, will present “Small-Group Peer- and Self-Evaluations Reveal Behaviors Correlated with Learning Outcomes” in Room W203 on the SMHS Northeast Campus. The presentation will also be streamed live and recorded for laterRead More

Asynchronous instructional methods: When, how, and why to use them Nov. 26

Asynchronous instructional methods: When, how, and why to use them Nov. 26

October 31, 2019 at 10:27 am

Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, at noon in SMHS W203 for the next Evidence-Based Teaching session: “Asynchronous Instructional Methods: When, How, and Why to Use Them!” presented by Dr. Adrienne Salentiny. The session will be streamed and recorded for later viewing, but whether you come in person or watch theRead More

‘Being a good teacher: It’s not as difficult as we make it!’ on Nov. 5

‘Being a good teacher: It’s not as difficult as we make it!’ on Nov. 5

October 17, 2019 at 3:07 pm

On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Dr. Walter Kemp, Associate Professor of Pathology, will present “Being a Good Teacher: It’s Not as Difficult As We Make It!” in Room W203 of the SMHS Northeast Campus. The presentation will also be streamed live and recorded for laterRead More

Education Resources curriculum series: Choosing the right learning outcomes

Education Resources curriculum series: Choosing the right learning outcomes

August 28, 2019 at 10:59 am

Thanks to everyone who attended the first Education Resources and the Office of Faculty Affairs curriculum event this week. the team is presenting another Evidence-Based Teaching event in the series in October. In the second workshop in this series, “Generating Measurable, Performance-Based Objectives” (Oct. 22), you’ll learn how to turn your learningRead More