Co-sponsored by the University of North Carolina Institute for Educators in Healthcare Eshelman School of Pharmacy Learning To Teach announce Professional Development Opportunities for Health Science Faculty Online Options Online! Evaluation of Students and Faculty in Healthcare Education October 21–November 17, 2012 For more information or to register • Go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu • Call the Office of Professional Development at 919.515.2261 Faculty Development Institute-- Changing How We Educate in the 21st Century December 12-14, 2012 Holiday Inn Express and Suites - Raleigh SW/NC State, 3741 Thistledown Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606 For more information or to register • Go to www.wakeahec.org • Call 919.350.8547 About These Courses A s a clinician, you are an expert in your practice, but you may not be educated to be a teacher. However, clinicians often find The required textbook for all online courses is, Svinick, M. & McKeachie, W.J. (2011) McKeachie’s Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for themselves thrust into teaching roles without College and University Teachers, 13th Edition. You the benefit of formal training as educators. may purchase the text from an online vendor. To increase the numbers and educational skill levels of clinicians, and to help new and Enrollment is limited to 25 participants per online inexperienced teachers assume a teaching role, course. Wake AHEC applied for and received a three-year grant from The Duke Endowment to partner with General Continuing Education Credit NC State University for the development of these courses. NC State University has a long-standing history of providing academic programs of study CNE Credit designed to develop faculty in the community Wake AHEC, Nursing Education, is an Approved college and university settings, specifically those Provider of continuing nursing education by the in the health professions. All of the courses were North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited designed by representatives from NC community approver by the American Nurses Credentialing colleges, universities, clinical facilities and Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Wake AHEC Wake AHEC. will provide CNE Contact Hours to participants upon completion of the course work. These programs are designed for health science faculty who are: • New to teaching ACPE Credit • Need an update on teaching skills These courses are application-based • Need to meet requirements for faculty learning activities. The UNC Eshelman from the North Carolina Board of Nursing School of Pharmacy is accredited by or for accreditation standards for numerous the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy allied health programs Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy Each online course offers an asynchronous, education. To receive CE credit, you will be intensive 4-week instructor-led course, requiring provided with a protected password to access the the completion of one module per week. You will course. Statements of credit will be mailed upon be required to engage in the course frequently completion and evaluation of the workshop. each week (estimated 3-6 hours per week) over the Program Coordinator for Pharmacy Credit: 4-week period. Each course consists of 4 modules. Diana Bond, PhD, RN-BC, Wake AHEC email@example.com, 919.350.0454 For information, go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu or call 919.515.2261. Additional Credit A. The evaluated Teacher’s Resource Guides (TRGs) that you developed in the three AHEC Other health professionals will receive Wake AHEC online courses listed above. Be sure to CEUs and a certificate of attendance. License submit only the TRGs where you received requirements are subject to change. Wake AHEC an evaluation or other feedback from your recommends that you contact your licensing instructor. boards with specific questions. B. A 1-2 page summary of lessons learned from Wake Area Health Education Center will provide the three online courses you completed. Continuing Education Units to participants upon The summary may address each course completion of the course work. separately or you may choose to synthesize your learning from all three courses. Your Academic Credit instructor for EAC 580 will provide you with Selected courses are eligible for academic credit. guidance for this requirement. To apply for graduate level credit at NC State Upon submission and successful evaluation of University, you must: the dossier by NC State University faculty, you 1. Successfully complete the following three will receive 3 hours of graduate level credit for AHEC online courses: Foundations of Teaching EAC 580: Designing Instructional Systems in in Healthcare, Teaching Effectively within the Training and Development. Note that this course Curriculum, and Instructional Strategies for may be applied to: Educators in the Health Professions. • the Master’s of Education in Training & 2. Apply for admission to NC State University Development (http://tdonline.ncsu.edu/ through NC State University’s Distance programs/medonline.html). Education portal: • the Master’s of Science in Human Resource http://distance.ncsu.edu/apply-and-enroll/. Education (http://tdonline.ncsu.edu/ 3. Enroll in EAC 580 section 601 in either the fall programs/msdegree.html). or spring semesters through MYPack Portal (directions for this will be given upon applying for admission to NC State University). For more information or to register 4. Once you have enrolled in EAC 580 section 601, Go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu or call the please contact Dr. Diane Chapman, Training & Office of Professional Development at 919.515.2261. Development Distance Education Director, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you are enrolled in EAC 580, you will be asked to submit a brief dossier that includes: For information, go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu or call 919.515.2261. Online Course Evaluation of Students and Faculty in Healthcare Education October 21–November 17, 2012 O ne of the challenges for instructors with evaluation is the assignment At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to Professional Credit To receive credit, you must of grades to students and • Create student outcome evaluations. engage with the course weekly specifically, dealing with and submit ALL assignments. difficult situations. This • List types of student course will provide you evaluations. Nursing: 16 CNE contact hours with knowledge, skills and abilities related to the use • Create an evaluation using Wake AHEC CEU: 1.6 hours of evaluations in the context a variety of tools. (16 contact hours) of healthcare. Formative, • Describe stakeholders’ summative and diagnostic needs from grades. evaluations will be presented Registration Fee and the uses for these will be • Respond to students that described. Specific student want a grade changed. $319; $399 after October 14, evaluations such as multiple 2012 • Demonstrate how to choice tests, behavioral calculate grades. evaluations, rubrics and writing assignments will • Describe different be examined. You will be approaches to how faculty required to engage in the are assessed. course frequently each week (estimated 3-6 hours per week) • Create a response and over the 4-week period. suggested improvements from student evaluations. The content by week is: Enrollment is limited to 25. Week 1: Student outcome evaluation Faculty Week 2: Types of student evaluation Diane D. Chapman, EdD tools Teaching Associate Professor Week 3: and Director of the Training & The assignment of grades Development Online Master’s of Education and Certificate Week 4: Faculty growth from Programs, NC State University evaluations For information, go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu or call 919.515.2261. Register Today! Registration Form – Evaluation of Students and Faculty in Healthcare Education October 21–November 17, 2012 $319*/$399 /$250** OPD-ZHESFHE-N HOW TO ENROLL Online: ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu * Early registration fee--please see deadline on course description page. ** Per person when two or more people register at the same time. Call: Office of Professional Development at 919.515.2261 Fax: 919.515.7614 PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING FIELDS Mail: Registration Coordinator, Office of Name___________________________________________________Date of Birth**_______________ First Name Middle Initial Last Name mm/dd Professional Development, NC State University, Box 7401, Raleigh, NC 27695-7401 Degree(s)___________________________________________________________________________ Email: ContinuingEducation@ncsu.edu Clinical Specialty _____________________________________________________________________ METHOD OF PAYMENT Payment must accompany registration, and be Full Title___________________________________________________________________________ received by the first day of the program. The easiest way to guarantee your place is to pay with a credit card. Company___________________________________________________________________________ Payor: q Company q Individual Please check one: Work Address_______________________________________________________________________ q Credit Card q Visa q MasterCard City______________________________________________ State__________ Zip_______________ q American Express q Diners Club Corporate Card: q Yes q No Daytime Phone__________________________________Fax__________________________________ Credit Card Information Card #_______________________________ Email______________________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date_________________________ Amount $_____________________________ Name, Phone Number and Email of Manager Approving Your Training ____________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Cardholder's Name (please print) **In lieu of SSN, your date of birth is required as a personal identifier for internal record keeping by this university. ____________________________________ Signature (required) (seal) q Check Enclosed (U.S. banks only) (Do not fax) IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY Make check(s) payable to: and desire assistive devices, services, or other accommodations to participate in these programs, North Carolina State University Please write the name(s) of participant(s) please contact the Office of Professional Development at 919.515.2261 or on the face of the check(s). ContinuingEducation@ncsu.edu at least two weeks prior to the program. q If you wish to pay by purchase order, please submit your purchase order and this registration form by mail or fax them to 919.515.7614. q IDT (NC State University employees only) Project (FAS) # ____________________ Faculty Development Institute Changing How We Educate in the 21st Century December 12-14, 2012 I Holiday Inn Express and Suites - Raleigh SW/NC State, 3741 Thistledown Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606 This two-and-a-half day program will address Registration Fees various timely topics and issues for classroom/ clinical faculty and healthcare clinicians working Wednesday only - $49 in various healthcare settings. Full Conference (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) - $245; $260 after December 7, 2012 Consider attending this conference if you are Group Registration (2 or more from the same an individual who would like to build your institution) - $199 per person; $214 per person knowledge and/or skills in learner-centered after December 7, 2012 education for the 21st century. The conference content focuses on four major areas: • How to Move to a Learner-Centered Model of Education • How to Maximize the Learning Environment • Building Awareness of the Legal and Ethical Issues with Teaching in a Technological Environment • Using Tools for Authentic Learning Clinical healthcare providers may be interested in attending special portions of the Summer Institute, such as legal and ethical issues, providing consistent feedback/grading, quality outcomes for evaluation, or how to maximize the diverse learning environment. Target Audience This program will be of interest to allied health, EMS and nursing clinicians, preceptors and new faculty. Seasoned faculty who are interested in applying new teaching strategies, tools and technologies in their educational toolbox will also benefit from attending this program. Register online at www.wakeahec.org or call 919.350.8547. AGENDA Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:30 p.m. ........ Registration 11:15 a.m........... The Current Status of Technology 1:00 p.m. ........... From Teacher-Centered to Learner- in Education and the Unanticipated Centered: What It Means and What It Consequences Takes (without technology or very low Amar Patel, MS, NREMT-P, CFC Center for tech model) Innovative Learning, WakeMed Health & Joye Norris, EdD Hospitals 12:15 p.m........... Lunch “It is the one who does the work who 1:15 p.m.............. 15 Faculty Issues in Quality Outcomes for does the learning” (T. Doyle). This Learning session will focus on the how and what to Donna Bailey, PhD, RN, UNC-Chapel Hill change the students’ engagement in the • Faculty consistency/inconsistency in the learning process. Specifically, how to help classroom and clinical areas students optimize their learning potential, • Faculty feedback with a focus on build their confidence, and hone their grading communication skills. A learner-centered • Faculty responsibility when student approach, that features less lecture and outcomes are not achieved more engagement--less of us and more of • Faculty requirements for ensuring them, will be demonstrated. This model quality outcomes serves as a strong foundation for effective • Gaps with nonresponsive, contentious teaching and considerably more student and energy draining learner - ID and engagement in the learning process. action 3:15 p.m.............. Break Thursday, December 13, 2012 3:30 p.m.............. Continuation of 15 Faculty Issues 8:30 a.m. ........... Registration 4:30 p.m.............. Closing 9:00 a.m. ........... Welcome 9:00 a.m. ........... Legal /Ethical Issues Involved with Friday, December 14, 2012 Teaching Techniques 8:30 a.m............... Registration Graham E. Snyder, MD, FACEP, Medical 9:00 a.m............... Maximizing the Diverse Learning Director, WakeMed Center for Innovative Environment with Tips, Tools and Learning, Wake Emergency Physicians, Technology PA, Associate Program Director, UNC/ Amar Patel, MS, NREMT-P, CFC Center for WakeMed Emergency Medicine Residency Innovative Learning, WakeMed Health & 11:00 a.m. ........ Break Hospitals 12:00 p.m.......... Lunch 1:00 p.m.............. Health Literacy for Students TBA Register online at www.wakeahec.org or call 919.350.8547. Register Today! REGISTER TODAY at Registration Form – Faculty Development Institute – Online: www.wakeahec.org Changing How We Educate in the 21st Century Fax: 919.350.0467 Mail: Wake AHEC Attn: Amy Sabatino December 12-14, 2012 -- Event 8590-36483 3261 Atlantic Ave., Ste 212 o Registration Fee 1: Wednesday only: $49 Raleigh, NC 27604 For questions, please contact o Registration Fee 2: Entire Conference: $245; after December 7, 2012 - $260 Amy at 919.350.0485 or o Registration Fee 3: Group Registration (2 or more from the same email@example.com. institution): $199 per person; after December 7, 2012 - $214 per person If this program provides a meal, do PLEASE PRINT you require a vegetarian option? Yes____________ No____________ Name________________________________________________________ o Dr. o Mr. o Ms. o Mrs. First Name Middle Initial Last Name Cancellations & Refunds SS# (last 4 digits only) __ __ __ __ Degree(s)_______________________________________________ No refunds or vouchers will be issued unless we are notified by 5pm, Clinical Specialty _______________________________________________________________________ December 7, 2012. A $75 cancellation Full Title_____________________________________________Badge Name_______________________ fee will be deducted from your registration fee if a refund is issued. Substitutes are Home Address_________________________________________Home Phone_______________________ encouraged. City____________________________ State______ Zip________Home County______________________ Fees Statement Fee includes credit, certificate of Employer_____________________________________________________________________________ completion, course materials, continental breakfast and lunch. Work Address_________________________________________________________________________ See www.wakeahec.org City______________________________________ State________________ Zip____________________ for inclement weather and ADA Statement. Work Phone__________________________________Work Fax__________________________________ Directions and parking information Department__________________________________Work Email________________________________ will be mailed with your confirmation. By providing your fax number, email address and telephone number, you have granted permission for us to contact you via the numbers and addresses indicated. If you are a person with disabilities and desire assistive PAYMENT devices, services, or other accommodations Payment or supervisor signature must accompany registration. to participate in these programs, please contact Amy Sabatino at o Check enclosed. (Make check payable to Wake AHEC.) firstname.lastname@example.org at least two Name of supervisor approving this training _________________________________________________ weeks prior to the program.
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