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This course will be held again on
April 24 - 27, 2019.
Information contained in this site is for the 2018 program.
Information for the 2019 program is not yet available.
The Techniques and Strategies that Significantly Improve Student Engagement, and Teaching and Mentoring Effectiveness
Incorporating best practices, newer principles of adult learning, and widely available technologies into your teaching can significantly improve your ability to engage and inspire students, residents, fellows, and colleagues. This special program, ranked among Harvard Medical School’s highest-rated CME courses, is a uniquely comprehensive exploration of best practices for teaching medicine at the bedside, in ambulatory settings, and in the classroom.
The 2018 curriculum helps medical educators to:
- Provide more effective feedback that motivates change
- Better assess learners' needs individually and as a group
- Design educational sessions that meet your learning objectives
- Deliver more impactful and engaging lectures
- Become a more effective one-on-one mentor
- Optimize evaluation of trainee competencies
- Enhance the interactivity of small group discussions
- Spur critical thinking and self-learning among students
- Incorporate technology and active learning models into your teaching
Case-based and hands-on learning are a hallmark of this course, with significant participant interaction and active modeling of instruction techniques. Whether you are newer to teaching or a seasoned educator and mentor, this course will give you modern tools and practices to optimize skills transfer and learner success.
Areas of focus in which attendees will deepen their skills include:
- Interactive Lecturing
- Bedside Teaching
- Effective Mentoring
- Impactful Feedback
- Developing Curriculum
- Assessing Learners
- Peer Observation
- Procedural Teaching
- Learner Engagement
- Teaching Critical Thinking