TALENT - Teaching and Learning Education for New Teachers
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1: Introduction


2: Principals of Adult
    Education



3: How Do People
    Learn?



4: Planning for
    Learning



5: Clinical Teaching


6: Teaching in the
    Ambulatory Setting



7: Teaching in the
    Inpatient Setting



8: The Art and Science     of Effective
    Lecturing




9: Learning in Small
    Groups



10: General Principles
     of Evaluation



11: Clinical Evaluation


12: Construction of
      Multiple-choice
      Tests




13: Giving Feedback


Final Thoughts


Quiz


References




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Welcome to TALENT!

    Who?

    TALENT was created for faculty and resident physicians with teaching responsibilities in addition to their clinical responsibilities.

    Why?

    Medical school faculty receive rigorous training as physicians, but they are not prepared for their teaching roles.

    Residents are the primary teachers of medical students in the clinical curriculum. Residents receive no preparation for this role.

    How?

    TALENT is presented as modules. Each takes approximately 20 minutes or less to complete. This is about the attention span for most adults.

    Each 20-minute module is designed to give you basic knowledge and skills. We encourage you to incorporate the information into your teaching. Look for ways you can change your teaching, and then assess how the changes worked and how additional changes might make your teaching even more effective.

    When you complete TALENT, print off the application form and submit it as instructed. You will receive a TALENT Certificate of Completion from the University of Missouri School of Medicine, Office of Medical Education.

    TALENT is the property of the Office of Medical Education and the authors. It is not for sale. It was developed in the interest of effective teaching. Please do not copy the material.

This site was created by:

  • Michael Hosokawa, Ed.D.,
    Dean's Office, Family Medicine
  • Kimberley Hoffman, Ph.D.,
    Internal Medicine
  • Caroline A. Kerber, M.D. F.A.C.P.,
    Internal Medicine
  • Jessica Bailey, Ph.D.,
    Family Medicine
  • John Gay, M.D., M.P.H.;
    Dean's Office, Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • James Groccia, Ed.D.,
    Program for Excellence in Teaching



TALENT: Teaching and Learning Education for New Teachers