Teaching Skills Seminar/Workshop Series Begins April 1
Published March 2010
Bruce Giffin, MD, PhD, is the first guest speaker in the Teaching Skills Development Seminar/Workshop Series sponsored by the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Medical Education. The series is designed to provide development programs and support for basic and clinical science faculty who are dedicated to medical education teaching and learning.
Giffin's lecture is titled: "PrAISE - An alternative to lecturing students to death" and takes place Thursday, April 1, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Medical Sciences Building (MSB), Lucas Board Room, E-005H.
All faculty are invited to attend.
Dates for subsequent seminars are:
Peer Teaching (May 6)
Providing Effective Feedback (June 3)
Adult Learning and Instruction (August 5)
Competency and Performance Assessment (Sept. 9.)
Online Teaching (Oct. 7)
Using Simulations in Teaching and Assessment (Nov. 4)
Educational Strategies to Promote Clinical Reasoning (Dec. 2)
*Each session will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the MSB Lucas Board Room, E-005H