Snow Season Education Retreat

January 11-12, 2018
Sheraton Burlington, Hotel & Conference Center

Starting December 1st, the Sheraton becomes the Hilton DoubleTree Hotel

Thursday evening includes, reception, poster session, and dinner with induction of new Teaching Academy members and recognition of teaching and education awards. Friday is a full day education retreat which will feature workshops, networking, and keynote speaker, Susan Skochelak, MD, MPH, Group Vice President, Medical Education, American Medical Association. This event is open to all faculty.

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For more information please contact: Randi-Lynn.Crowther@med.uvm.edu

CALL FOR EDUCATION TOPIC POSTERS
This is an open invitation to submit a poster about your educational work, innovation, or research. We are seeking poster submissions (whether current or past work) for the 2018 Snow Season Education Retreat. This will be an opportunity for UVM LCOM educators to share ideas and to collaborate across departments. We are particularly interested in work related to the education of professionals across the continuum of learners. We will consider posters you have presented at previous venues, other than Teaching Academy events. 

The poster session is Thursday evening, January 11, with additional poster viewing time on Friday morning. The deadline for poster abstract submission is November 15, 2017. To submit an abstract, please use the poster abstract submission form, and submit to teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu. In addition, authors may elect to receive peer review and feedback on their poster(s).
 

January 11, Thursday
5:30 - 6:15 PM Poster session and reception
6:15 - 7:15 PM Dinner 
7:15 – 8:00 PM Induction ceremony for new members, teaching and education awards and dessert 

January 12, Friday
7:30-8:00 AM Registration and continental breakfast 
8:00-8:05 AM Welcome from Katie Huggett, Ph.D., Teaching Academy Director
8:05-9:05 AM Keynote Session: Susan Skochelak, M.D., M.P.H.
Group Vice President, Medical Education
American Medical Association
9:15-9:45 AM Two platform presentations
9:45-10:15 AM Break/Poster session with poster authors present

Planning your schedule? Try one of these tracks or pick your breakout sessions a la carte:

  • Track 1: Are you interested in Clinical Teaching tools?
    Breakout Session 1: Active Clinical Learning: How to Make It Efficient, Effective, and Fun
    Breakout Session 2: I saw, I think, I wonder:  Using Simulation Debriefing Techniques in The Clinical Environment to Improve Learning
    Breakout Session 3: Teaching Clinical Reasoning in the Classroom and in the Clinic
  • Track 2: Are you interested in Active learning “How to?”
    Breakout Session 1: How to Active-ate Your Learners
    Breakout Session 2: Team Based Learning: How and Why it Works
    Breakout Session 3: OneNote: More Than Just a Place For Students to Compile Notes!
  • Track 3: What is Learning?
    Breakout Session 1: What were you thinking! And why should you care? Metacognition in Medical Education
    Breakout Session 2: Team Based Learning: How and Why it Works
    Breakout Session 3: Service Learning: Exploring the Connection to Wellbeing
  • Track 4: Are you interested in becoming a Millennial Educator?
    Breakout Session 1: The cool, the new, and the bizarre – LCOM Supported Tools to Support your Teaching
    Breakout Session 2: What were you thinking! And why should you care? Metacognition in Medical Education
    Breakout Session 3: OneNote: More Than Just a Place For Students to Compile Notes!


10:15-11:45 AM 1st Breakout session

AWhat were you thinking! And why should you care? Metacognition in Medical Education
Lee Rosen, Ph.D., Shaden Eldakar-Hein, M.D., M.S., Kramer Wahlberg, M.D.
BHow to Active-ate Your Learners
Bridget Marroquin, M.D., Melissa Davidson, M.D., Rebecca Wilcox M.D.
CActive Clinical Learning: How to Make It Efficient, Effective, and Fun
Lewis First, M.D.
DThe cool, the new, and the bizarre – LCOM Supported Tools to Support your Teaching
Laurie Leclair, M.D., Gary Atwood, M.A., M.S.LIS., Sarah McCarthy, Ph.D. 

11:45-12:30 PM Lunch

12:30-2:00 PM 2nd Breakout session

AWhat were you thinking! And why should you care? Metacognition in Medical Education
Lee Rosen, Ph.D., Shaden Eldakar-Hein, M.D., M.S., Kramer Wahlberg, M.D.
BI saw, I think, I wonder:  Using Simulation Debriefing Techniques in The Clinical  Environment to Improve Learning
Patrick Zimmerman D.O., Cate Nicholas, M.S., P.A., Ed.D.
CTeam Based Learning: How and Why it Works
Stephen Everse, Ph.D., Charlotte Reback, M.D.
DTeaching Clinical Reasoning in the Classroom and in the Clinic
Dennis Beatty, M.D., Alan Rubin, M.D. 

2:00-2:15 PM Break

2:15-3:45 PM 3rd Breakout session

AOneNote: More Than Just a Place For Students to Compile Notes!
Sarah McCarthy, Ph.D., Rajan Chawla, Leigh Ann Holterman, M.A.
BService Learning: Exploring the Connection to Wellbeing
Isaura Menzies, M.D. 
CTeaching Clinical Reasoning in the Classroom and in the Clinic
Dennis Beatty, M.D., Alan Rubin, M.D. 


3:45-4:00 PM Wrap up and Evaluations