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The 4 I’s of Dialogue Education

The medical education environment offers a variety of opportunities for dialogue education learning tasks.  Dialogue education is an intentional design framework that fosters communication, reflection, and community in the learning environment.   Using this framework, educators can structure dialogue with students through learning experiences or “tasks” designed to assess prior knowledge, introduce new content, give learners […]

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2018 VCU School of Medicine Medical Education Symposium

The call for proposals is now open! Mark your calendars! Building on the success of your scholarly contributions to teaching and learning, the VCU SOM Office of Faculty Affairs will be hosting the 2018 Medical Education Symposium to celebrate scholarship and innovation in medical education on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 from 2:30-6:30p . This symposium […]

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Lunchtime Learning – Innovating pre-clinical and clinical teaching with digital media

This lunchtime learning workshop presented the three different perspectives of teaching and learning with digital media in medical education: basic science educator, resident educator, and medical student learner.  View the entire session here: https://ess.echo360.vcu.edu:8443/ess/echo/presentation/a3aab115-0214-4f8d-8dbf-d977102e7502

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2017 Digital Media Bootcamp

Calling all faculty! Are you interested in developing your technology skills for teaching in medical education? Perhaps you’d like to learn how to use eCurriculum more effectively, or publish scholarly content and media to the web.  Maybe you’d to improve your Powerpoint presentations or produce a digital lecture/video.  Register now for the 2017 VCU School […]