Active Learning is any instructional method that engages students in the learning process. Active learning is often contrasted to the traditional lecture where students passively receive information from the instructor.
Information on why and how to use Case-based instruction in your session.
Resources related to Clinical Correlations integrated into the curriculum.
ClinicalKey is an online search tool that provides faculty with Elsevier's medical and surgical content in one source.
A tool to offer a visual representation of how information and knowledge is organized.
Give credit to the author for the images, ideas or quotations that you use, and to enable students to locate the original document or eResource if they would like to pursue additional information.
Instructional Methods including Case-Based Discussion, Concept Mapping, Demonstration, Independent Learning, Preceptorship, Problem-based Learning (PBL), Simulation, Team-based Learning (TBL).
MedBiquitous Terms are a standard set of key terms governed by the AAMC used to classify instruction, assessment, and resource types used in medical and healthcare education.
Tips to help minimize start-up time and transition time between small and large group activities.
Requirements for M2 sessions including recommended length of session, pre-work recommendations and session content due dates.
Best practices for using PowerPoint presentation software in the classroom.
Information on best use of resources to support teaching and learning.
A guide for planning a session.
Social media are primarily Internet-based tools for sharing and discussing information among human beings. The term most often refers to activities that integrate technology, social interaction, and the construction of words, pictures, videos and audio.
The main features of the team-based learning approach are (1) permanent (term-long) and instructor-assigned groups of 5-7 students with diverse skill sets and backgrounds, (2) Individual accountability for out-of-class work such as reading and preliminary homework, (3) incentive for working effectively together as a team by giving significant credit (course points) for team activities, (4)in class application exercises that are significant and about making a decision – providing a simple answer – based on complex analysis of data or application of course principles.
Tips on role as a facilitator in the classroom.
Welcome video from Dr. Jose Franco