Upcoming Faculty Development Workshop

Event

15May201908:30
to
16May201916:30
Ballroom A, New Residence Hall, McGill University, 3625 Ave du Parc, Montreal, QC, CA

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to register for our upcoming workshop entitled “Your Teaching Journey at McGill” on May 15th & 16th, 2019. This two-day workshop is especially useful for Faculty members who have started working at McGill over the last few years.  While we recommend that you attend the full 2-day program, it is possible to attend only 1 or 2 modules if that is all your schedule will permit.  Below is a brief summary of the modules and the timing for each day.

Your Teaching Journey at McGill

New Residence Hall, 3625 ave du Parc, Ballroom A

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

08h30 -12h00

Feedback: Your Educational Compass

· Refine your understanding of the principles and strategies for giving and receiving constructive feedback, and practice strategies for dealing with common problems in giving feedback

13h00 -16h30

Working Together to Improve the Clinical Learning Environment

· Identify strategies to foster an optimal learning environment

13h00 -16h30

Using Assessment to Promote Learning in the Classroom

· Examine a variety of assignments that assess deep learning and critical thinking; analyze how to integrate them into large classroom settings; and practice new assessment strategies

Thursday, May 16, 2019

08h30 -12h00

Assessment as a Part of the Clinical Learning Experience

· Discuss how to improve the accuracy and quality of assessment of clinical performance in health professions students and residents

08h30 – 12h00

Graduate Supervision in Biomedical Research

· Learn to develop mutually agreed upon expectations; discuss an approach to assessing graduate students' progress; and analyze the different stages of the supervisor-trainee relationship

13h00 -16h30

Learning is More than a Spectator Sport: Engaging Learners in Small or Large Groups

· Describe and practice active learning strategies to promote learner engagement

 

You can register for this workshop at the following LINK or you can contact Jennifer Nicholls at the Faculty Development Office for more information.