Effective Teacher Series

The 2013-2014 Effective Teacher Series offers an exciting faculty development program featuring five new strands, new presenters, and favorite past presenters returning.

This year’s series highlights include:

  • Georgia Harper, J.D., UT Austin’s Scholarly Communications Advisor, and Emilie Algenio will offer up-to date legal knowledge regarding copyright and fair use.
  • Claudia DeShay, Ph.D., and Helen Mayo will provide new information on the library as a partner in education.
  • Sara Hunt, lead staff editor for the MedEdPORTAL®, will present an overview of the enhanced services for Publications, explore the iCollaborative platform, and demonstrate how the Continuing Education Directory offers distinct opportunities for learning.
  • New presenters Paul Pepe, M.D., and Jane Wigginton, M.D., begin the new strand on Teaching Methods with A Gemini approach to Optimizing Didactics.
  • Seven faculty will highlight three different ways of designing instruction as part of the new Showcase: Instructional Design Strand. This strand was created because many faculty invent new ways to provide instruction.
  • Sergio Huerta, M.D., will focus on "Resident as Teacher," part of the new Graduate Medical Education Strand.
  • Shawna Nesbitt, M.D., will initiate the new Institutional Research Strand with data and a discussion on "How do UTSW students perform in relation to our Admission Policy?"
  • Therona Ramos will demonstrate how 60 minutes using Endnote can save you more than 60 hours, part of the new strand, Research-Software Tool.

If you have any questions contact Palma J. Longo, Ph.D., Director of Instructional Development and Educational Research at palma.longo@utsouthwestern.edu or Betty Shaw, course coordinator, in the Office of Medical Education at betty.shaw@utsouthwestern.edu.

DateTopicSpeakerStrand
September 17, 2013 Online learning: What's copyright and fair use got to do with it? Georgia Harper, J.D.: UT Austin Scholarly Communications Advisor, and Emilie Algenio Educational Resources
October 1, 2013 The library is still your partner in education Claudia DeShay, Ph.D.; Helen Mayo Educational Resources
November 5, 2013 A Gemini approach for optimizing didactics Paul Pepe, M.D.; Jane Wigginton, M.D. Teaching Methods
November 19, 2013 An interactive electronic health record module for interprofessional education Susan Simpkins, Ed.D.; Bernadette Latson, M.S.; Jennie Hocking, M.P.A.S.; Kimberly Hoggatt Krumwiede, M.A. Showcase: Interprofessional Education Instructional Design
December 3, 2013 Resident as teacher Sergio Huerta, M.D. Graduate Medical Education
December 17, 2013 Flipping the Classroom: We are virtually there! David Greenberg, M.D.; Francesca Lee, M.D. Showcase: Instructional Design
January 21, 2014 Blended learning – Part 1 Christopher Faulkner, UTSW Educational Technology Specialist, Ph.D. Candidate Educational Technology
February 4, 2014 Promises & pitfalls of using Moodle for quizzes in clinical medicine James Wagner, M.D. Showcase: Instructional Design
February 18, 2014 Blended learning   Part 2 Christopher Faulkner, UTSW Educational Technology Specialist, Ph.D. Candidate Educational Technology
March 4, 2014 Endnote: 60 minutes will save you 60+…. hours Therona Ramos, M.A. Research-Software Tool
March 18, 2014 So you have been asked to give a talk! - The Ten Commandments Jennifer Cuthbert, M.D. Communication Skills
April 1, 2014 Education Week – SWAT TBA TBA
April 15, 2014 How do UTSW students perform in relation to our admission policy? Shawna Nesbitt, M.D. Institutional Research
May 6, 2014 PEOE: A Cognitive Integration Team Learning Strategy for Critical Reasoning: Implications for Integrating Basic Science Knowledge to Clinical Learning Palma J. Longo, Ph.D. Instructional Design and Educational Research

Accreditation: UT Southwestern Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation: UT Southwestern Medical Center designates this educational activity for a maximum of one AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Off-Label Uses: Because this course is meant to educate physicians with what is currently in use and what may be available in the future, there may be “off-label” use discussed in the presentation. Speakers have been requested to inform the audience when off-label use is discussed.

Disclosure: It is UT Southwestern’s policy that participants in CME activities should be made aware of any affiliation or financial interest that may affect the speaker's presentations. Each speaker has completed and signed a conflict of interest statement. The faculty members’ relationships will be disclosed in the handout.