Our mission is to provide our faculty with a broad range of information to develop and enhance their teaching skills. Would you like to improve your skills as a medical educator? In order to teach well, one must be competent in both course design and teacher-student interactions. During the last two decades, research on college teaching and learning have led to some new ideas about course design, which include active learning, significant learning, and educative assessment. We hope that these resources are helpful in designing better teaching and learning experiences.
Brownbag it! IAMSE Webcast Seminar Fall 2015 Series
5 consecutive Thursdays, September 10-October 8, 2105. From 12:00 - 1:00 PM, in 260 White Hall
"Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education – Placing Faculty and Students in New Experiences for Teaching and Learning"
The Fall IAMSE webinar series will be focusing on programs that are changing roles of faculty from traditional “sage-on-the-stage” content deliverers to motivators, synthesizers, mentors, facilitators, and learning coaches; changing learning environments from the traditional classroom to more experiential clinical learning sites based in-part on health system needs, utilizing competencies and milestones to measure student learning and progress that foster a flexible progression through the curriculum and integrate basic science into the clerkships, developing curricula that focus on “student well-being and resiliency”, and modifying timelines for student progression to residency.
- The Medical Education Research Seminar meets monthly to learn and discuss recently published articles relating to medical education.
- Scholarship of Teaching and Research in Medical Education (STReME) series is designed to encourage and promote scholarly activity related to teaching and research in medical education.
- Faculty Development Day is an annual event designed for faculty to learn and engage in a learning activity with a nationally-recognized speaker.
The Faculty Awards page lists the awards granted annually to our faculty, sorted by year or category.
The categories are:
- Excellence in Medical Education Award
- Faculty Development Award
- Faculty Mentor Award
- Teaching Excellence Award
Team-Based Learning™ may be just what you've been looking for!
TBL is an educational strategy that:
- Enhances problem-solving skills
- Replaces or reduces lecture time
- Ensures that students are prepared and on time to class
- Creates a remarkable amount of energy in the classroom
- Promotes teamwork
Browse the Resources page to find helpful links to:
- Full and free access to online journals
- Medical education related organizations
- On-campus services
- Free images
- And more
Help with Studies, Articles, & Presentations
Contact Brenda Roman, M.D., Assistant Dean, Curriculum Development. You will be able to brainstorm ideas on how to transform your current teaching projects into scholarly work. Email or call (937) 775-2171 to schedule an appointment.
Email your questions and suggestions to BSOM_FacDev@wright.edu or call (937) 775-2675.