Learn @ Lunch
Our Learn @ Lunch sessions are short, typically 1-hour informational sessions commonly in didactic format that focus on introducing a teaching concept, a pedagogical method, or a technology tool.
How Do I Overcome Student Resistance to Active Learning and Small Group Work?
Student resistance to group work (cooperative/collaborative learning, team-based learning, etc.) is well known. This interactive session explores instructors’ experiences with learners’ resistance and the potential causes that then may lead to solutions. Resistance commonly results from perceived threats to students’ autonomy, anxiety for learning for high-stakes tests, and from unintended consequences of suboptimal instruction. Session attendees will consider approaches to obtaining student acceptance of their active-learning responsibilities by focusing attention to (a) what they intrinsically value for their education, and (b) their prior concrete learning experiences.
Next Available Class: December 4, 2019
Registration Deadline: December 4, 2019Register
Learn to Teach with Team-Based Learning by Experiencing TBL
Team-based learning (TBL) is a formalized, best-practice instructional strategy that is particularly well-suited for learning with cases and is widely used in medical, nursing, pharmacy, and health-professions programs around the world. In this event, participants will learn the specific instructional recipe for TBL by participating in a TBL session. Please pre-register so that you receive pre-event materials.
Next Available Class: November 21, 2019
Registration Deadline: 11/21/19
More Power, Fewer Points: Evidence-Based Presentation-Slide Design
Do you know that there is research on the slide-design practices that actually enhance learning? Do you know that only a small fraction of PowerPoint presentations in educational and conference settings follow these practices? Learn the approach in this short interactive session and cultivate learning in your future presentations.
Next Available Class: To be announced
Peer Observation in Support of Effective Teaching (POSET)
POSET is a process for obtaining formative peer feedback on teaching and for two colleagues to learn about teaching through conversation about an observed teaching experience. The nature of the observed teaching and learning session and all feedback and conversations between the observer and observee are confidential; only participation and input on participants’ experience with the POSET process are reported to OMED.
Next Available Class: November 13, 2019
Registration Deadline: November 13, 2019Register
Next Available Class: April 7, 2020
Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020Register