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Title: Planning, Preparing and Delivering Effective Teaching Sessions


1
Planning, Preparing and Delivering Effective
Teaching Sessions
  • Paul Standley
  • Natalie Melchiorre
  • Kristy Stephens
  • Nate Brown
  • Howard Silverman
  • February 18, 2009

2
Session Topics
  • Crafting Effective Lesson Plans
  • Co-authoring Tools
  • Google Docs
  • Google Calendars
  • File Transfer Utility
  • E-Organizational Tips Tricks
  • Q A

3
Crafting Effective Lesson PlansLearning
Objectives
  • List the key components of a Lesson Plan.
  • Describe how each of these key components is
    utilized.
  • Review the linkages between learning objectives
    and examination questions.

Paul Standley (standley_at_email.arizona.edu)
Director of Preclinical Block Curriculum
4
Key Features of a Lesson Plan
  • Name, date, time, location and modality of
    session
  • Learning objectives
  • Key references
  • Thought questions
  • MESH headings
  • Exam Questions

5
Overview of How the Lesson Plan Can Ensure
Student Success
Key Referencessee below, but good place to start
is the USMLE website
Lecture (or lab) SessionPowerPoint, Slides,
Dry-erase Board,Podcasts, etc.
Learning Objectives
Activities, Problem Sets, Practice Exam Questions
Homework
USMLE-Style Block Exam Questions each must map
to objective(s)
USMLE- Step 1 Exam Competencies
6
Learning Objectives
  • Once material is mastered, students should be
    able to
  • describe..
  • predict.
  • recall
  • explain.
  • draw

7
Learning ObjectivesBlooms Taxonomyone example
of how to construct learning objectives
  • KnowledgeCount, Define, Describe, Draw, Find,
    Identify, Label, List, Match, Name, Quote,
    Recall, Recite, Sequence, Tell, Write
  • ComprehensionConclude, Demonstrate, Discuss,
    Explain, Generalize, Identify, Illustrate,
    Interpret, Paraphrase, Predict, Report, Restate,
    Review, Summarize, Tell
  • ApplicationApply, Change, Choose, Compute,
    Dramatize, Interview, Prepare, Produce,
    Role-play, Select, Show, Transfer, Use
  • AnalysisAnalyze, Characterize, Classify,
    Compare, Contrast, Debate, Deduce, Diagram,
    Differentiate, Discriminate, Distinguish,
    Examine, Outline, Relate, Research, Separate,
  • SynthesisCompose, Construct, Create, Design,
    Develop, Integrate, Invent, Make, Organize,
    Perform, Plan, Produce, Propose, Rewrite
  • EvaluationAppraise, Argue, Assess, Choose,
    Conclude, Critic, Decide, Evaluate, Judge,
    Justify, Predict, Prioritize, Prove, Rank, Rate,
    Select,

8
Learning ObjectivesStudents and Instructors
Expectations Must Be the Same
  • First Draft
  • Describe the various heart murmurs.
  • Clearer Expectations
  • List the three common systolic heart murmurs.
  • Describe anatomically the best place to listen
    for these various murmurs.
  • Draw the phonocardiograms elicited by these
    murmurs superimposed upon an ECG tracing.
  • Predict pressures in the left heart chambers that
    result from these murmurs
  • Control Rod!
  • 3-6 objectives per session is reasonable

9
Key References
Text Book
Primary Literature Article
Learning Objectives
Monographs
Board Review Book
Your PowerPoint Slides and/or Outline/Handout
Your Spoken / Written Words
Students Notes
10
Thought Questions
  • Should be broad enough to map gt1 leaning
    objective
  • Should require some critical thinking
  • Should be followed up with an acceptable answer
  • Example What would happen to fast and slow
    response action potentials in a patient who
    becomes hypercalcemic and how this might impact
    heart rate and contractility ?

11
MESH Termshttp//www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
  • Broad acceptability allows for
  • Curriculum mapping
  • Terms for further searching
  • Links to expanded searching
  • Examples
  • Calcium Channel
  • Calcium Channel Antagonist Receptor
  • Calcium Channel Antagonist Receptors
  • Calcium Channel Blocker Receptor
  • Ion Channel, Calcium
  • Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels

12
Exam Questions
  • It is vital to map one or more objectives to each
    exam question proposed
  • If you cannot map it, either the objective needs
    to be modified (before the session!) or the exam
    question needs to be modified.Currently, this
    is one role of the Exam Review Team
  • For additional materials on exam questions, see
  • http//phoenix.facultydevelopment.med.arizona.edu/
    download.html

13
Session Topics
  • Crafting Effective Lesson Plans
  • Co-authoring Tools
  • Google Docs
  • Google Calendars
  • File Transfer Utility
  • E-Organizational Tips Tricks
  • Q A

14
Google Docs 3 for the price of 1 Free
Kristy Stephens (stephens_at_email.arizona.edu)
Coordinator, Instructional Technology
15
Google Docs Learning Objectives
  • Define what Google Docs is.
  • Review how to best utilize Google Docs for
    collaborative work.

16
What is Google Docs?
  • Free online workspace
  • 3 for the price of Free
  • Word processing, spreadsheets, presentations
  • Familiar interface
  • Invite collaborators

17
Why might you be interested in using Google Docs?
  • Free.. so you may be able to skip that
  • MS Office suite purchase
  • Access from any Internet computer
  • Safely store your work
  • Use as an extension of your hard drive to
    organize documents

My flash drive wont open
18
Google Docs Strengths
  • Collaborationmultiple editors, simultaneously
  • Changes/edits are seen by everyone immediately
  • Automatically saves
  • Revert to previous versions

19
Academic Use of Google Docs
  • Collaborating with fellow instructors for team
    teaching
  • Co-authored research papers
  • Monitoring student progress
  • Committee work
  • Developing agendas for meetings
  • Creating web pages and publishing documents

20
The Numbers
  • Combined 5,000 documents presentations per
    account
  • 5,000 images per account
  • Docs up to 500 KB each
  • Spreadsheets up to 1 MB
  • 1,000 per account
  • Presentations
  • 10 MB from computer
  • 2 MB from the web
  • 500 KB via e-mail

21
Getting Started
  • Go to http//docs.google.com
  • Sign in by either entering your Google Account
    e-mail and password or by creating a new Google
    Account

22
Google CalendarsLearning Objectives
Natalie Melchiorre (NMelchio_at_email.arizona.edu)
Academic Coordinator
  • Demonstrate how to create a Google Calendar to
    add and share events.
  • Describe how to add the ArizonaMed calendar into
    your Google Calendar to navigate and search for
    sessions.

23
File Transfer UtilityLearning Objectives
Nate Brown (ntbrown_at_email.arizona.edu) Senior
Applications Systems Analyst
  • Demonstrate how to upload and download large
    files using the UA File Transfer Utility.
  • Describe how to request a login to the UA File
    Transfer Utility.

24
Session Topics
  • Crafting Effective Lesson Plans
  • Co-authoring Tools
  • Google Docs
  • Google Calendars
  • File Transfer Utility
  • E-Organizational Tips Tricks
  • Q A

25
E-Organizational Tips TricksLearning
Objectives
Howard Silverman (howards_at_u.arizona.edu)
Assistant Dean for Information Resources
  • Describe how to optimize folder setup for data
    and emails.
  • Demonstrate how to utilize Outlook functions to
    optimize personal organization.

Street fighting tips in the information
jungle...
26
Setting Up Folders
  • Question How many directories can be
    individually selected using 3 clicks (assuming
    each folder has 10 subfolders)?
  • Documents and folders can be stored within
    folders.
  • Folders ideally should have no more than 8-10
    subfolders.
  • If more are required, then break up the larger
    directories into smaller topically connected
    directories.

27
But First a Quick Poll
How many of you use the following capabilities
electronically on a regular basis
  • E-Mail
  • E-Calendar
  • E-Task List

28
But First a Quick Poll...Part II
On average, how many emails do you have in your
e-mail Inbox?
  • lt 10
  • 10-25
  • 25-50
  • 50-100
  • 100-200
  • gt 200
  • 8

29
Little Known Functionalities...
  • Tasks
  • Calendar entry options
  • Task and Calendar note fields

30
Managing Your Inbox
  • When you review new emails, do one or more of the
    following
  • Reply
  • File email in Outlook email folder
  • File attachments in document folder
  • File email and/or attachments in Outlook Task
  • Delete (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    !!!!!!!)
  • Only under extreme duress leave in Inbox to
    handle later

31
Managing Your Tasks
  • Use to defer action on any kind of item or
    activity until a suitable time.
  • Flexible way of redeploying work based on urgency
    and availability.
  • E-Tasks have additional functionality of adding
    key items to note fields (text, files, e-mails)

32
Session Topics
  • Crafting Effective Lesson Plans
  • Co-authoring Tools
  • Google Docs
  • Google Calendars
  • File Transfer Utility
  • E-Organizational Tips Tricks
  • Q A

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