Faculty development is a process by which medical school faculty, including preceptors teaching in the clinical setting, work systematically to improve their skills in the following areas: (1) educational skills, (2) leadership skills, (3) skills necessary to engage in scholarly activities, (4) personal development, and (5) skills in designing and implementing a professional development plan.
Faculty development activities are successful when individuals' goals in these five areas are being met and when simultaneously the goals of the organization are being met.
IAMSE: How-To-Guide for Active Learning [pdf]
"Applying the Science of Learning: Evidence-Based Principles for the Design of Multimedia Instruction," by Richard E. Mayer.
"Student Engagement Techniques, A Handbook for College Faculty," by Elizabeth F. Barkley
"The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information," by Dr. Daniel J. Levitin
"TEACHING NAKED, How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning," by Jose Antonio Bowen
"Not Another Boring Lecture: Engaging Learners with Active Learning Techniques," published in the Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol.
American Education Research Association Annual Meeting, April 16 - 2015, Chicago, IL
"Becoming a Master Teacher" published in the National Education Association, Vol. 22, No. 3, February, 2005, by Susan Ambrose and Michael Bridges, Carnegie Mellon University.
NEW!! Part two of the Office of Faculty Development original podcast series entitled, "Views from our Learners" is now available for your listening enjoyment.
"Psychology of Learning for Instruction," by Dr. Marcy P. Driscoll
"Confessions of a Converted Lecturer," presented by Dr. Eric Mazur, Harvard University.
In the linked video presentation, Mark Zeigler, Instructor at FSU's College of Communication and Information, shares how using intention, specificity and authenticity can enhance your teaching.
"Teaching Equals Helping Students Learn" published in the Journal of Cancer Education, Springer Science-Business Media New York 2013, by Dr.
"Clinical Teaching Based on Principles of Cognitive Apprenticeship: Views of Experienced Clinical Teachers" published in Academic Medicine.
The author, Dr Raja Bandaranayake, examines the history of the integrated medical curriculum, examples of integration practice and its benefits, and pitfalls to be avoided during implementation of an integrated curriculum.
Author, Donald Finkel proposes a model to facilitate significant and lasting learning. Memorable learning experiences, he believes, occur when students discover knowledge for themselves.
“Florida State University College of Medicine: From Ideas to Outcomes,” published in Academic Medicine, co-authored by Dean John Fogarty, M.D., Alma Littles, M.D., Lynn Romrell, Ph.D., Bob Watson, M.D., and Myra Hurt, Ph.D.
Part one of the Office of Faculty Development original podcast series entitled, "Views from our Learners" is now available for your listening enjoyment! Topic: Clinical Reasoning Skills
Gregory Turner, Ed.D., MBA, MPH
Associate Dean for Faculty Development
Phone: (850) 645-9304
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