We ♥ Our Students - 3D Printing Impact
Dr. Olivia Coiado, Teaching Assistant Professor and one of the College's Medical Education Facilitators, worked with the Illinois MakerLab in the College of Business to 3D print hearts for the prospective medical students attending the College's Showcases. Many students said the experience of seeing the heart fabricated and being able to take home a heart, highlighted how medicine blends with technology cementing the goals of the college. Check out the Illinois MakerLab and read about Hearts of Carle College of Medicine.
Faculty Development Begins with You
We know your time is valuable. The College wants to make sure that we are providing the most beneficial faculty development opportunities possible. To that end, please fill out this brief faculty development survey by December 1. The results will be consolidated and shared in a future newsletter.
Media In the Classroom - Recording Microlectures
The Urbana Campus offers CaptureSpace, a free tool connected to Illinois Media Space, which allows you to record your own microlectures for students. Microlectures, which are short videos, provide a great way to teach a skill, share information, or illustrate a concept. Our Video Creation guide will walk you through the process from installing the software to recording your video to uploading and publishing. If you are uncomfortable with recording your own microlecture, the College has partnered with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning to help.
Lunch and Learn - Upcoming Sessions and Resources
As a reminder, our second Lunch and Learn on November 16th from 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. will feature Dr. Bob Crantston speaking on professionalism, ethics, and humanities. This is an online meeting and will be recorded. We have created a box.com space to house recorded session and presentation materials.
Navigating Illinois - Don't Miss That Email
Are you tired of checking both your Illinois and Carle email accounts? Follow these simple instructions to forward your Illinois email to your Carle account. Note: Due to health privacy information concerns, forwarding from Carle to Illinois is not allowed.
Carle Illinois Sponsored Events
Want to see what workshops and events are coming later in the semester? Look at our full calendar for more information.
Saturday, Nov 4Simulation Faculty Experience8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M., JUMP Simulation Center, Peoria, ILSponsor: Dr.T. Kesevadas and Dr. John Vozenilek (Carle Illinois) Thursday, Nov 16
Lunch and Learn - Professionalism, Ethics, and Humanities12:0 P.M. - 1:00 P.M., Skype for Business CallSpeaker: Robert Cranston, M.D. Medical Director for Talent Development and Learning Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1-2
Problem Based Learning Workshop8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M., room 428, ArmorySpeaker: Dr. Jeanne Koehler and Dr. Shelley Tischkau (SIU College of Medicine) Friday, Dec 8
Simulation Faculty Experience8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M., JUMP Simulation Center, Peoria, ILSponsor: Dr.T. Kesevadas and Dr. John Vozenilek (Carle Illinois)
Campus and Community Sponsored Events
Want to see what workshops and events CITL is offering later in the semester? Look at the full CITL calendar for more information
Campus Events Tuesday, No 7Nuts and Bolts of Writing Tenure Review Letters11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M., Heritage Room, ACES LibraryAudience: All FacultySponsor: Office of the Provost Tuesday, Nov 7Kaltura Essentials10:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M., Room 428, ArmoryAudience: Anyone interested in Media CreationSponsor: CITL Have a teaching and learning event you want to promote? Please email Sol Roberts-Lieb to have it on the College Calendar.
Medical Education News and Tips
Please review our Medical Education Journal List for more great topics in teaching and learning in Medical School.
Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain: An Evidence-Based Pedagogical Framework for Procedural Skill Training in Medicine
Procedures are fundamental to the medical profession. Acquiring competency in procedural skills is a fundamental goal of medical education, requiring specific education, training, and assessment. Once competency is acquired, maintenance of skills is essential to avoid natural skill decay. The well-known Halstedian mantra “see one, do one, teach one” is the traditional paradigm for teaching procedural skills in medicine. Read how these authors created a six-step pedagogical framework for procedural skills training: Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, and Maintain.
Description and Early Outcomes of a Comprehensive Curriculum Redesign at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
In 2012, the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine launched a redesigned curriculum addressing the four primary recommendations in the 2010 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching report on reforming medical education. This new curriculum provides a more standardized evaluation of students’ competency achievement through a robust portfolio review process coupled with standard evaluations of medical knowledge and clinical skills. Read the study and how students are progressing in this new curriculum.