PREPARING IMPACTFUL EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS: PRACTICAL SKILLS FOR CREATING PRE-CLASS CONTENT FOR THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM
Time: Monday 4 Sept at 9:00-11:00
Objectives: This workshop addresses the following: 1) The flipped classroom (FC) method as an approach to help students synthesize information and 2) Describes principles and practical skills in creating effective presentations (PowerPoint and videos presentations) for pre-class work in the FC.
PRACTICE MAKES PERMANENT – ENGAGING STUDENTS IN ACTIVE LEARNING TO HELP MAKE THINGS STICK
Time: Tuesday 5 Sept at 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00
Objectives: Summarize current evidence on active learning; Discuss principles of interacting with students in the classroom; Provide examples of exercises to promote active learning; Engage participant to discuss activities which could be applied to their particular teaching opportunities
BECOMING THE RIDDLER – PRINCIPLES IN WRITING EFFECTIVE MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS
Time: Wednesday 6 Sept at 10:00-12:00
Objectives: Identify principles in creating effective MCQ’s; Analyze sample MCQ’s as being effective or less effective; Create MCQ’s using the principles learned during this workshop; Assess effectiveness of created questions
ANATOMY EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: EXCLUSIEVE STORIES BEHIND THE CURTAIN
Time: Thursday 7 Sept at 10:00-12:00
Objectives: Professor Morton is a newly outgoing Board Member for the American Association of Anatomists (AAA). Additionally, he serves as the Director of Anatomy, Vice-chair of Medical and Dental Education, and a member of the Curriculum Committee for the University of Utah School of Medicine (UUSOM). Professor Morton will address and highlight the fruitful combination of use of cadaver dissection, radiographic imaging, flipped classroom, team-based learning, and discipline integration in the UUSOM. He will also address the trends in anatomy education in the US and worldwide.
Professor Morton’s CV