Medical Education Fellowship Program
September 2020 - June 2021
The Medical Education Fellowship Program is a monthly, cohort-style program for College of Medicine educators who seek additional preparation for teaching across the medical education continuum. The program is sponsored by the Teaching Academy and open to all Larner College of Medicine faculty. Participants will review principles of learning and development, discuss teaching and learning issues with colleagues, and develop instructional and assessment strategies. Participation in the program will also include mentorship for a scholarly project in education suitable for presentation and publication. The program consists of interactive, seminar-style sessions and readings. A flipped classroom approach will be used, i.e., materials will be available in advance of each session and participants will be expected to draw upon the materials during the sessions. Participants will also have the opportunity to observe teaching sessions and receive feedback on their own teaching.
Approximately 8-10 faculty members will be selected for participation in the Medical Education Fellowship Program. While designed for early to mid-career faculty members, faculty with teaching experience who are interested in expanding their teaching skills and scholarship may also apply. Participants are expected to undertake a curriculum development initiative or other teaching-related project suitable for presentation and publication. The primary facilitator is Katie Huggett, Ph.D., Director of the LCOM Teaching Academy. Additional faculty and staff will co-facilitate or share resources and expertise at individual sessions.
Prerequisite: Applicants without previous preparation for teaching are advised to complete the Essentials of Teaching and Assessment course on September 17-18, 2020. This
course will be offered online via Zoom for approximately two half-days
(afternoon of 9/17 and morning of 9/18).
Location: Remote via Zoom
Schedule: Monthly sessions, 9:00-11:00 AM on Friday morning. Additional consultation time may be available following monthly sessions, from 11 AM - 12 PM.
Dates: September 25, October 23, November 20, December 4, January 14*, February 19, March 12, May 7, June 4
*January’s session will be on Thursday to coincide with the Snow Season Education Retreat
**You may have no more than 1 excused absence.
|September 25||Session 1 A: Introductions and brief project presentations|
Instructor: Katie Huggett, PhD
Session 1 B: Developing Curricula and Educational Experiences
Instructor: Bridget Marroquin, MD
|October 23||Session 2 A: Science of Learning and Instruction|
Instructor: Jesse Moore, MD
Session 2 B: Dana Medical Library Resources for Educators
Instructor: Dana Medical Library Staff
|November 20 ||NBME Exam Item Writing Workshop|
Instructor: NBME Staff
|December 4||Session 3 A: Conceptual Frameworks and Theories|
Instructor: Katie Huggett, PhD
Session 3 B: Project Work Session
|January 14*||Session 4: Snow Season Education Retreat|
|February 19||Session 5: Design Thinking and Innovation for Educators|
Instructor: Mitchell Tsai, MD
|March 12||Session 6: Career Development for Educators|
Instructor: Charlie Irvin, PhD
|May 7||Session 7: Using Assessment Data to Improve Teaching|
Instructor: Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD
|June 4||Session 8: Wrap-uo and Project Presentations|
Instructor: Tom Delaney, PhD
Please review and complete the 2020-2021 Medical Education Fellowship Program Description, Schedule, and Application
Application Deadline: July 27, 2020
Please email or send the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about the Program? Contact Katie Huggett, PhD