Teaching Resources and Links

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Centers for Teaching and Learning

The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning at Brown University

The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University

The Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

The Center for Teaching & Faculty Development at UMass Amherst

Teaching Resources

Teaching Opportunities from The Office of BioMed Faculty Affairs at Brown University

Hmelo-Silver, Cindy E, "Problem-Based Learning: What and How do Students Learn?"

Shanely, Paul F, "Leaving the “Empty Glass” of Problem-Based Learning Behind: New Assumptions and a Revised Model for Case Study in Preclinical Medical Education"

Hueppchen, Nancy, et al, "To the point: medical education reviews - ongoing call for faculty development"

Ramani, Subha, "Twelve tips to promote excellence in medical teaching"

Gunderman, Richard, "Great Health Care Requires Great Medical Educators"

Teaching on the Run Series

Teaching on the Run 1: Doctors as Teachers
Teaching on the Run 2: Educational Guides for Teaching in a Clinical Setting
Teaching on the Run 3: Planning a Teaching Episode
Teaching on the Run 4: Teaching with Patients
Teaching on the Run 5: Teaching a Skill
Teaching on the Run 6: Determining Competence
Teaching on the Run 7: Effective Use of Questions
Teaching on the Run 8: Assessment and Appraisal
Teaching on the Run 9: In-Training Assessment
Teaching on the Run 10: Giving Feedback
Teaching on the Run 11: Junior Doctor in Difficulty
Teaching on the Run 12: Planning for Learning During Clinical Attachments
Teaching on the Run 13: Being a Good Supervisor - Preventing Problems
Teaching on the Run 14: Teaching in Ambulatory Care

Professional Resources