Welcome to the Inspired Teaching team site. This will be a place where we post and link to new content dedicated to helping inspire you to become a better teacher, supervisor, and faculty member.
Wikipedia Workshop Series
💻 Delivered virtually on the following dates:
1) Session 1: Improving Health and Medical Education on the World's Largest Encyclopedia
📅 Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 3:30-5:00 pm EST
2) Session 2: Building New Health and Medical Pages in Wikipedia
📅 Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 5:00-6:30 pm EST
3) Session 3: Leveraging Wikipedia Article Editing to Teach Principles of Evidence-based Medicine and Knowledge Translation
📅 Tuesday, November 16th, 2021, 3:30-5:00 pm EST
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Inspired Teaching Concepts
This recorded workshop provides the opportunity for learners to articulate a framework for auditing your online learning environments to see if there are any missing gaps; describe good practices for teaching synchronously and asynchronously; identify tools and resources for teaching online.
This panel discusses how to teach clinical skills to junior learners (e.g. pre-licensure trainees like medical students, physiotherapy students, midwifery students, etc..) so that they can be prepared for their future rotations and careers.
Digital Learning Environments
This MacPFD event focused on teaching you one of the most popular collaborative workspace applications. We held this event in order to help you to better communicate with your team, share, organize, and edit files without having to download and upload.
Social Media Engagement Strategies
Online Teaching Fundamentals Series
💻 Delivered virtually on the following dates:
1) Session 1: Practical Tips to Help You Succeed
📅 Wednesday, April 15th. 2020
2) Session 2: Zoom-in' Teaching Scenarios
📅 Tues., June 2, 2020
3) Session 3: Team-in' Up for Education
📅 Fri., June 26th, 2020
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Feedback & Assessment
During this webinar, you will discover the definition of a coach and try to understand the relationship between coaching and feedback as it applies to the development of medical trainees.
During this webinar, you will learn to identify characteristics of effective feedback, define Advocacy-Inquiry as a technique for providing feedback, and apply Advocacy-Inquiry technique with standardized learners in a simulated interaction.
During this webinar, you will learn to describe the challenges that virtual assessments present (including validity, security, utility, cost), name at least one digital strategy that they might attempt in their local teaching environment, and weigh the benefits and risks of various modalities that might be used for assessment.
The Learning Environment
During this recorded webinar, you will explore how to teach health professional educators the benefits of using games and gamification in the educational setting.
This MacPFD14 event explored how to engage with the JiTT App by downloading it to their mobile device, and value infographics as a preferable way to present information.
This recorded event explored how to describe the basic principles and techniques of problem-based learning in health professional education, apply best practice virtual facilitation skills to PBL tutorials, and develop an approach to difficult scenarios during tutorials.
This recorded event explored how to define psychological safety and discuss how this concept relates to medical education and the clinical learning environment, describe the “emotional risks” that are inherent to learning and how “impression management” influences the risks learners do or do not take, and discuss strategies for creating psychological safety in the clinical learning environment.
This recording explores the experience of shame in medical learners, events related to patient care, learning, and assessment that can trigger shame and the individual and environmental factors that can contribute to it.
The Learning Environment: COVID-19
With the recent changes in the way we have to teach within the age of COVID-19, we've curated some interesting content to help you develop your online teaching skills.
Curated COVID-19 Digital Teachers Collection
A series of blog posts meant to help you up your digital teaching game.
Health Professions Assessment in the Post-COVID-19 Era: A Chance for Change?
A recorded webinar featuring Drs. Ilana Bayer, Jason Profetto, Matthew Sibbald, Sandra Monteiro, Teresa Chan.
Podcast Bootcamp for Health Professions Educators
Originally presented at the 13th Annual Day in Faculty Development
PIVOT MedEd - A Canadian initiative aimed at helping facilitators find content for their students and trainees. Lots of great content here and building!
How Health Professions Education Goes Virtual: A Mini Series
How will we Virtualize PBL?! - A teacher's guide to converting Problem Based Learning (PBL) to the virtual world
Digital Connection Tool Overviews
Clinical Learning Environments
The clinical learning environment can often be at the mercy of external pressures. Here are some resources that might be useful to you:
Efficiencies in Education: How to Hack Training to get from 10,000 to 100 Hours by Dr. Jonathan Sherbino
Teaching Residents in Virtual Patient Care (VPC) settings: Session #1 - Setting the Learning Environment. This resource is targeted to postgraduate medical education teachers.
Teaching Residents in Virtual Patient Care (VPC) settings: Session #2 - Assessment & Feedback in Virtual Care Settings. This resource is targeted to postgraduate medical education teachers.
Classroom Learning Environments
Classroom teaching can be a challenge - engagement can be tricky. Check out some resource bundles we've created below:
Spark Podcast Episodes
Nursing Education (starts at 10:37)
Tips for Junior Faculty II | Pain and Pleasure of Writing
Coaching (starts at 16:28)
Graceful Self Promotion
Serious Games & Gamification
Transitioning the MD Program
Social Media Panel
Feedback in Simulation
Improving Problem-Based Learning
History of the Midwifery Program
Peer Observation of Teaching (POT)
This project provides support to schools, programs and departments of the Faculty of Health Sciences in developing and launching peer observation and coaching initiatives.