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Using Technology in Teaching: A Medical Student Led Workshop
DESCRIPTION:This workshop is a unique opportunity to learn from medical students about using technology in teaching. What works from their perspective? Are there new technologies that we can, and should, be incorporating into our teaching? When you register, you will choose two 45-minute breakout sessions to attend (topics listed below), led by our very own tech-savvy medical students.
Rahul Banerjee, MSIII
Anjali Chandra, MSI
Robert Cook, MSII
Ryan Heney, MSII
Burton Shen, MSI
Nathan Sison, MSII
Samuel Yang, MSII
Jovian Yu, MSI
DATE/TIME: May 2, 2013
Registration and light refreshments 5:00-5:30pm
AUDIENCE: This session is appropriate for all faculty, residents, and other individuals interested in how to best use technology in teaching.
LOCATION: 222 Richmond, room 170
TO REGISTER: Registration is closed.
Breakout STATION 1: Effective Use of Lecture Hall Technology
This session will focus on the technology available in the lecture halls at 222 Richmond Street including microphones, air mouse, smart board and iClickers. This session is most appropriate, but not limited to, individuals who lecture in the preclinical curriculum or otherwise utilize the lecture halls. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own lap top computer or iPad.
Breakout STATION 2: iPhone Apps in the Clinical Preceptorship Setting
This session will focus on iPhone apps that are useful in the clinical setting and for clinical teaching. Participants must bring their own iPhones (or iPod touch or iPad) to the session, and are strongly encouraged to download the following apps prior to the workshop:
MD on Call – Practical Guide to Surviving the Night ($4.99): iTunes link
Diagnosaurus DDx ($1.99): iTunes link
MedCalc ($1.99): iTunes link
AHRQ ePSS (free): iTunes link
Breakout STATION 3: Effective use of PowerPoint and Cloud Sharing from a Learner’s Perspective
This session will focus on the effective use of PowerPoint including use of images and animations, and the embedding of videos. The use of Dropbox and cloud storage will also be discussed. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own lap top computer or iPad.
Breakout STATION 4: The Student Course Experience
This session will focus on the medical student’s experience in preclinical courses, and cover their use of Canvas, Echo captured lectures, printed slides and notes, the AMS Notes Collective, etc. This session is most appropriate, but not limited to, Course Leaders and individuals who lecture in the preclinical curriculum.
Breakout STATION 5: iPad Use by Teachers and Learners
This session will focus on how iPads and iAnnotate can be used to enhance presentations, and can also enhance the learning of material being presented. Special attention will be paid to the intersection between PowerPoint and iPad usage. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own iPad (and stylus), with iAnnotate installed if possible.