Teaching Essentials Course

Teaching Essentials Course

An online course especially for new faculty (PhD students, full time, adjunct or clinical) at UNTHSC. This course covers the basics of teaching adults and having a successful classroom experience. Explore materials regarding best practice for effective and efficient teaching in the online, Canvas based course sessions. The course will take approximately 15-20 hours to […]

Social Media in Medical Education Course

Social Media in Medical Education Course

The world’s first university course describing social media from the medical perspective goes global as The Social MEDia Course is launched with innovative prezis, post tests and gamification. From the course info, “Social media is changing how medicine is practiced and healthcare is delivered. Patients, doctors, communication or even time management, everything is changing, except medical education. […]

Higher Order Thinking and Assessment Strategies – SPH Quality Enhancement Plan for Teaching and Education

Higher Order Thinking and Assessment Strategies – SPH Quality Enhancement Plan for Teaching and Education

Fall 2015 Faculty Development Seminar The SPH Office of Academic Affairs in collaboration with the UNTHSC Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) present: “Higher Order Thinking Teaching and Assessment Strategies ~ An Overview” Session Evaluation This seminar is designed to re-familiarize faculty members with “Higher Order Thinking” and how HOT should be addressed in the context […]

Canvas Hands on Training

Canvas Hands on Training

Canvas Training is On-Demand. Use the registration form below to request a training session date and time convenient for you. Introduction to Teaching with Canvas, I – The live session is an overview for new and beginner-level Canvas users. The session includes pre-enrollment in online training for hands on within your own Canvas Practice course. […]

Challenging Students To Think about What They’re Learning:  Higher Order Thinking Questions

Challenging Students To Think about What They’re Learning: Higher Order Thinking Questions

Challenging Students To Think about What They’re Learning: Constructing Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Multiple Choice Questions This seminar will assist faculty in constructing multiple choice questions that go beyond mere recall of facts and assessment of understanding of concepts. Faculty will participate in a hands-on exercise to create questions which can assess application, analysis, and […]

Teach & Share Faculty Development

Teach & Share Faculty Development

Do you want quick and easy faculty development? Teach & Share sessions let you meet other great instructors and learn effective teaching practices from wherever you are. These short online sessions give you the opportunity to connect with colleagues about the latest teaching strategies and techniques from one another. You can also share experiences and […]

Faculty Earn Teaching Excellence at UNTHSC

Faculty Earn Teaching Excellence at UNTHSC

UNTHSC Faculty Earn Certificate in Teaching Excellence from the Center for Innovative Learning Teaching Excellence Seminar Series The Center for Innovative Learning and School of Public Health partnered on a 12-session seminar series over the course of two full semesters in 2016-2017.  A group of 25 dedicated faculty members from across campus attended participative sessions […]

Summer Reading: 5 Books to Move Your Mind

Summer Reading: 5 Books to Move Your Mind

Looking for low threshold faculty development over the summer? Grab a good book and learn something new. The following are books on teaching and learning recommended by the Center for Innovative Learning staff that will keep you in a growth mindset for the summer. 1. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World […]

Teaching Excellence Seminar Series 2019-2020

Teaching Excellence Seminar Series 2019-2020

  4th Annual Teaching Excellence Seminar Series Quality learning begins with quality teaching. This popular seminar series is designed to provide a variety of effective teaching practices and strategies for the adult classroom to enhance your teaching skills. Topics will range from active learning to teaching with technology. Coming in September, 2019. Sign up for […]

Is This Real? Simulation Interest Group

Is This Real? Simulation Interest Group

Image from news.aamc.org article “Future or Fad” Interested in Simulation? Come One Come All! We invite everyone on campus who is interested in watching, learning about, or creating any kind of simulation learning activity to join us for a monthly interest group lunch. We will discuss what we’re doing and what we’d like to create. […]