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Faculty Development Programs

The Office of Evaluation, Curriculum Research and Development coordinates faculty development activities which promote and develop skills that enhance the quality of health sciences education: Activities are designed to assist in the development of outstanding teachers, curriculum leaders, and educational scholars.

New Curriculum Technology Training - Lead.Serve.Inspire

In addition to the applicable Teaching Skills workshops, The Office of Evaluation, Curriculum Research and Development is also providing education Technology Training in both open and private sessions for the tools that can be utilized to increase your students' interactivity and engagement with your course material.

To sign up for or request training for Medical Educators in preparation for the new Lead.Serve.Inspire Curriculum visit http://go.osu.edu/LSI-Workshops

Faculty Teaching Scholars Program

The Faculty Teaching Scholars Program (FTSP) couples work on Teaching Skills, and Leadership Training with Scholarship training and a project. Topics include common research methods for educational scholars, IRB issues for medical education research, survey strategies, statistics, and effective workshops, poster and podium presentations.

FD4ME Online Modules

Faculty Development 4 Medical Educators (FD4ME) is a great solution for busy medical educators who want to develop their teaching skills. Visit the FD4ME website to learn about this series of interactive e-learning modules, with topics such as Teaching Students in the Ambulatory Setting, Facilitating Small Group Instruction and Dealing with Emotionally Charged Situations. Earn AMA PRA™ Category 1 credits.

Teaching Skills Series

Teaching skills workshop topics include feedback, evaluation, effective questioning skills, dealing with problem learners, and use of educational technology tools. Recordings of past workshops are available online.