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Mon, Jan 01 @ 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
If you would like to attend this event, please submit your email address and last name below.
This previously scheduled workshop is now available via Adobe Connect. You will need working speakers and a high-speed internet connection to fully view and hear the recording.
Once you register for this recorded event, an email will be sent to you with the URL. If you have questions or technical trouble with this link, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317)278-3089. Thank you for your continued interest in faculty development!
Most academic physicians were trained to become physicians and develop expertise in their fields, but were never actually taught to teach. As a result, most of us have learned how to teach through imitation, observation, intuition and trial-and-error. Each of us has a repertoire of teaching approaches and methods that we believe are effective.
Research on teaching and learning provides valuable information pertaining to what teaching techniques actually work well.
In this online workshop, Dr. Zakrajsek will present a variety of evidence-based principles that can help improve teaching effectiveness, including surprising evidence that some of our cherished perceptions of facilitating learning are false and, if not harmful, are at the very least counterproductive.