Videos and Materials from Curricular Sessions (2013-2014)

The videos and materials from AOE Curricular Sessions are restricted to University of North Carolina School of Medicine employees and affiliates.
Please remember that  these materials are not for distribution or public posting.

Foundational Teaching Skills Curriculum

 

  • "Tips to Increase Participation in Class Discussions"
    Presented by Cheryl McNeil, MD and Sarah Street, PhD
    October 10th, 2013
    Streaming video of: "Tips to Increase Participation . . ."
  • "Working Effectively with Today's Learners"
    Presented by Nikki Waller, MD
    December 12th, 2013
    Streaming video of: "Working Effectively . . ."
  • "Assessing Learners"
    Presented by Kenya McNeal-Trice, MD and Alice Chuang, MD
    January 16th, 2014
    Streaming video of: "Assessing Learners"
  • "Writing Meaningful Test Questions"
    Presented by Kurt Gilliland, PhD and Ryan Madanick, MD
    February 11th, 2014
    Streaming video of: "Writing Meaningful Test Questions"

  • "Tips for Clinical Teaching: Inpatient and Outpatient"
    Presented by Kevin Biese, MD, MAT and Christopher Klipstein, MD
    April 29th, 2014
    Streaming video of "Clinical Teaching"

  • "The Flipped Classroom: Basic Concepts and Data from Two Perspectives"
    Presented by Susan Martinelli, MD and Viji Sathy, PhD
    May 7th, 2014
    Presentation was not recorded

  • "Strategies for Developing Metacognition Skills in Learners"
    Presented by Todd Zakrajsek, PhD
    June 24th, 2014
    Streaming video of "Strategies for Developing Metacognition"
Advanced Community Conversations on Critical Concepts in Medicine

 

  • "Residents as Teachers"
    Presented by Kevin Biese, MD
    October 24th, 2013
    Streaming video of: "Residents as Teachers"
  • "Interprofessional Education"
    Presented by Benny Joyner, MD
    December 4th, 2013
    presentation was not recorded
  • "Advances in the Science of Learning: The Spacing Effect and the Power of Tests to Teach"
    Presented by SOM Teaching Champions and AOE
    February 18th, 2014
    presentation was not recorded
  • "The Active and Engaged Large Class: Evidence and Strategies"
    Presented by Kelly Hogan, PhD (UNC Department of Biology)
    March 25th, 2014
    Streaming video of: "The Active and Engaged Large Class"

  • "Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence"
    Presented by SOM Teaching Champions and AOE
    April 15th, 2014
    presentation was not recorded
Visiting Professor Series

 

  • "Teaching and Thinking about Problems of Science and Society as Exemplified through Antibiotic Resistance and Epigenetics"
    Presented by Hannah Landecker, PhD
    September 6th, 2013
    Streaming video of: "Teaching and Thinking . . ."
  • "Population Health in Medical Schools"
    Presented by Steven Schroeder, MD (Distinguished Professor at The University of California San Francisco)
    December 10th, 2013
    Streaming video of: "Population Health in Medical Schools"
  • "Education is Broken"
    Presented by Jeffrey Taekman, MD (Duke University)
    January 14th, 2014
    presentation was not recorded
  • "New Directions in Medical Education: Competencies, Milestones, and Blending UME/GME"
    Presented by Susan E. Skochelak, MD, MPH (Vice President for Medical Education at the American Medical Association)
    March 3rd, 2014
    presentation was not recorded

  • "LGBT Health Inequities, Anxieties and Disparities"
    Presented by Shane Snowdon, MA (Director, LGBT Health and Aging Program, Human Rights Campaign)
    April 3rd, 2014
    presentation was not recorded

  • "A Conversation on Mentoring"
    Presented by Julie A. Freischlag, MD (First woman Chair of Surgery at Johns Hopkins, Dean of SOM UC-Davis)
    May 2nd, 2014
    presentation was not recorded

  • "Grand Rounds Moral Imagination and the Third Year Medical Student and TEC-thics: Can Virtue be Taught?"
    Presented by Katharine R. Meacham, MD (Mars Hill University) and Arlene Davis, JD (UNC-Chapel Hill)
    June 11th and 12th, 2014
    Grand Rounds PowerPoint
    TEC-thics Workshop PowerPoint
    presentations were not recorded