Department of Medical Education

PI Workshop

Header for Peer Instruction Seminar

Immediate Feedback

Immediate Feedback


Retrieval-Based Learning

Retrieval-Based Learning


Self Explanation


Practice Testing


Elaborate Interrogation

Elaborate Interrogation


 

 

WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED!

Rescheduled date TBD. Thank you for your understanding
PDF iconNote from Brenda Roman, M.D., Associate Dean, Department of Medical Education


What: Full Day Workshop

When: TBD. Sign-in and Continential Breakfast at 8:00 a.m. Session begins at 8:30 a.m.

Cost:  $185.00 Registration before TBD; $235.00 on or after TBD
Register at:

$65.00 for Wright State University faculty (For reduced rate e-mail: bsom_FACDEV@wright.edu )
(Space is limited)   

Pre-registration is Required

Location:  Boonshoft School of Medicine, 120 White Hall (McGee Auditorium) 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435 


Peer Instruction is an established and proven teaching/learning strategy in mathematics and physics. The Boonshoft School of Medicine ‘field tested’ it for two years before incorporating it as one of three teaching/learning strategies for an entirely new curriculum — the WrightCurriculum — in 2017. The WrightCurriculum is lecture-free and Peer Instruction comprises about 60% of classroom time. As discovered in mathematics and physics, student achievement has been robust, in large part because the strategy uses and reinforces practice principles from the science of learning. In addition, from what we know about GenZ, it is a perfect pedagogical fit for their learning preferences. 

You are invited to learn from our faculty and students in this dynamic one day event:

  • How can students learn without lectures?
  • Can it work in my setting?
  • How do you get student and faculty buy-in?
  • Do you have outcome data?

In this Workshop you will:

  • Watch a “Live Stream” Peer Instruction session with interactive interpretation by course faculty
  • Learn about the “Student Experience” during a lunchtime student round table
  • Hear “lessons learned through facilitation” from faculty, followed by a Q&A
  • Participate in a Peer Instruction activity to engage with PI "first hand"
  • Work in a team and learn to write questions for Peer Instruction sessions

Equipment and support from: Turning Technologies

Are you coming from out of town and need accomodations for Tuesday?

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Other hotels are also found nearby. Click here for the list!

 

   

 

Last edited on 03/11/2020.