Inspired Teaching

Online Teaching 301:
Team-in' up for Education

Friday, June 26th I 12:00 – 1:00pm


💻 MS Teams Virtual Event

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Ready to level up your communication and collaboration with colleagues and learners? Join us for a session on Microsoft Teams (often called Teams) to learn how this platform offers a space and tools to help facilitate your education-related activities.

In this webinar, Lisa & Ilana discuss strategies and tips for success as we explore how Teams can be used for a broad spectrum of activities ranging from curriculum planning to engaging with students in a virtual classroom.

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Part 2 of the recorded event

Part 3 of the recorded event

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Instructors

Ilana Bayer (@IlanaBayer) is Director of Learning Technologies as well as Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology & Molecular Medicine. Dr. Bayer has worked in the corporate sector developing educational and performance based training materials. She has a combined background in health sciences, e-learning, teaching and training. In her role, Dr. Bayer assists faculty with all learning technology needs and, specifically, supports faculty development around the use of electronic modalities to enhance teaching.

Lisa Colizza, MEd, (@lisa_colizza) is the Educational Lead Developer and Competency-Based Medical Education Co-Lead in Post Graduate Medical Education at McMaster University. Lisa has extensive experience in health professional and medical education and has an interest in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Lisa can be found in the CBME Office where she supports all aspects of CBME implementation, including faculty and learner development. program evaluation, and quality improvement. Lisa is excited to promote opportunities for scholarship during this historic shift to a competency-based framework in medical education globally. When not on one of her devices, Lisa enjoys a variety of sports, painting, and photography.