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. 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

Hope to see you there!