Academy of Teaching Scholars

Resources

Powerpoints & Handouts

January 15, 2015
“Creating a PowerPoint”
Dr. William Kern

November 3, 2015
“Giving Feedback in the Clinical Setting”
Joseph Gigante, MD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

January 21, 2016
"How The Brain Processes Information"
Alix Darden

January 19, 2017
"Podcast Learning in Medicine"
Katie Smith, MD

March 16, 2017
"How to Give an Understandable Presentation"
Robert Blair, PhD

March 22, 2017
"Effective and Efficient Work-based Assessment for Front-line Faculty"
Eric Holmboe, MD

April 22, 2017
Student/Trainee Resiliency
LaTasha Craig, MD
Resiliency Quiz
Session video
PowerPoint

Resiliency Toolkit:

  1. 10 Step Prescription to Resilience10 Steps to Achieve Resiliency.
  2. Burnout to Resilience: Can You Make the Switch? Fight burnout with practical mental training.
  3. Cultivating Resilience TEDxCortland by Greg Eells (15:18mins)
  4. How Workplace Resiliency Can Work for YouDeveloping Your 5 “Resiliency Assets” (w/ worksheetDeveloping a Physician Action Plan)
  5. Improving Physician Resiliency Learn how to adapt to and bounce back from the stress of the clinical environment.
  6. Physician Resilience: What It Means, Why It Matters, and How to Promote It This paper provides methods for enhancing individuals’ resilience & directions for future interventions, research, and institutional involvement.
  7. Road to Resilience Developing & using a personal strategy for enhancing resilience
 

May 18, 2017
Apps & Clinical Teaching

Edward Kosik, DO
PowerPoint PDF
Handout 1: Considering the Smartphone Learner
Handout 2: ARS Predicting ITE Scores

October ​19, 201​7
Self-directed Learning
Molly Hill, PhD & Alix Darden, PhD, MEd

​November 16, 201​7
​The Flipped Classroom
Chris Brasel, PhD

January 18, 2018
Competency-Based Education Models
Alix Darden, PhD, MEd & Cindy McCloskey MD

February 15, 2018
Teaching Millennials
Judith Handley, MD

March 15, 2018
Educational IRB
Monique Naifeh, MD, MPH





Links

Teaching

Improve Your Teaching
A series of modules from Johns Hopkins created complete with thought questions, quizzes, etc. and a place to get a certificate of completion.  This might be a useful resource for those involved in UME teaching that are not faculty.  It can be done in people’s own time frame and completion can be documented. 
https://improveteaching.med.jhmi.edu/


Teaching Modules for Faculty
From the American College of Surgeons. There are 4 faculty development modules (Teaching Millennials, Giving Constructive Feedback, Intraoperative Teaching, & Clinical Teaching: The Teachable Moment) that can be used to potentially help your faculty better interact with the current generation of residents and students.  They take 20-30 minutes each.  (Modules are located at the bottom of this webpage).
https://www.facs.org/about-acs/governance/board-of-governors/resources

Educational Scholarship

 “7 Deadly Sins in Educational Research” PDF
Katherine Picho and Anthony R. Artino Jr (2016) 7 Deadly Sins in Educational Research. Journal of Graduate Medical Education: October 2016, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 483-487.

Academic Medicine’s new (free) book: Review Criteria for Research Manuscripts
This is a “How To manual” for reviewing virtually any kind of scholarly manuscript that an educator might submit. This is a nice way for authors to organize and develop manuscripts and understand what reviewers are looking for.

Conducting Research in Health Professions Education: From Idea to Publication
This new eBook, consisting entirely of AAMC “Last Pages”.  It provides over 40 one-page primers exploring every stage of health professions education research. Download this free eBook today!

Annotated Bibliography of Journals for Educational Scholarship
This list is from AAMC-Regional Groups on Educational Affairs (GEA)