Dec. 4: Small-Group Peer- and Self-Evaluations Reveal Behaviors Correlated with Learning Outcomes

You are invited to join us at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences or online for “Small-Group Peer- and Self-Evaluations Reveal Behaviors Correlated with Learning Outcomes,” presented by John Shabb, Associate Professor in Biomedical Sciences, from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, W203, SMHS Northeast Campus and streamed live; recorded for later viewing.

Dr. Shabb teaches a large-enrollment undergraduate biochemistry course in an active learning environment. Over the past three years he has developed a survey tool in which students periodically assess small-group function. In this session, you will learn why it is important for students to reflect on their own learning, how Dr. Shabb manages the task of peer- and self-evaluations, and what insights he has gained about student behaviors that contribute to effective learning.

You are welcome to bring your own lunch to this event.

Educator-Scholar Sessions are a new faculty development offering from Education Resources’ Teaching & Learning branch at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. These events support medical and health education faculty-to-faculty sharing of teaching and learning experience, tips, challenges, and strategies. The streaming link is available on our website. https://med.und.edu/education-resources/facultysessions.html After the event, follow the same link to locate the recording.

If you have any questions, would like more information, or would like to lead a future session, please contact Adrienne Salentiny at adrienne.salentiny@med.und.edu.

Hope to see you there!