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EB 2015 Symposium Materials

EB 2015 Symposium Materials

Active Learning—What’s up with the Flipping Classroom

Chair: John L. Szarek—Commonwealth Med. Coll.

Sponsored by the Divisions for: 

  • Pharmacology Education 
  • Translational and Clinical Pharmacology 
  • Cardiovascular Pharmacology 
  • Molecular Pharmacology 
  • Behavioral Pharmacology 
  • Neuropharmacology 
  • Session Summary
  • Pre-class Video and Assurance Test 
  • Doing is Better: The Concept of Active Learning and the Flipped Classroom
    William B. Jeffries—Univ. of Vermont College of Medicine
  • The Continuum from a Single Active Learning Technique to the Flipped Classroom: Implementation along the Continuum
    John L. Szarek—Commonwealth Med. Coll.
    ASPET Collaborative Learning TBL T-RAT
    ASPET TBL Application Exercise
    ASPET Collaborative Learning TBL I-RAT 
  • Does it Work: Evaluating Your Flipped Classroom Experiences and Scholarship
    Kathryn Huggett—Creighton Univ. School of Medicine 

Additional Resources

  • Adapting Classroom Assessment Techniques to a Flipped Classroom 
  • Selected References 

“Can We Talk?” Strategies for Collaborative Pharmacology Education

Chairs:
A. Laurel Gorman—Univ. of Central Florida Coll. of Med
Jayne S. Reuben—Univ. of South Carolina-Greenville Sch. of Med.
John L. Szarek—Commonwealth Med. Coll.

Sponsored by the Divisions for: 

  • Pharmacology Education 
  • Molecular Pharmacology 
  • Cardiovascular Pharmacology  
  • Neuropharmacology 
  • Simulations as a Tool to Enhance Collaborative Pharmacology Learning in the Context of Professionalism, Interprofessional Communication, and Teamwork
    John L. Szarek—Commonwealth Med. Coll.
  • Using Small Group Case Studies to Teach Pharmacotherapeutics for a Diverse World 
    Jayne S. Reuben and Peggy Wagner—Univ. of South Carolina-Greenville Sch. of Med.
  • Many Heads are Better Than One: It's TBL time
    A. Laurel Gorman—Univ. of Central Florida Coll. of Med 

2015 Teaching Institute: Training Students for Teaching Careers

Chairs:
Kelly Karpa—Penn State Univ. Coll. of Med.
Klarissa Hardy—Lipscomb Univ. Coll. Pharmacy 

  • Why Train Our Trainees to Train?
    Wayne T. McCormack—Univ. of Florida Coll. of Med. 
  • Giving STEM Doctoral Students a FAST (Future Academic Scholars in Teaching) Start for Academic Careers
    Henry (Rique) Campa, III—Michigan State Univ.
  • Your Future Craft: How Gaining Experience in the Classroom is Essential for Life Outside the Lab
    Johnathan Neiswinger—NIA/NIH
  • Mentoring Future Educators
    Cynthia Fuhrmann—Univ. of Massachusetts Med. Sch. 
Last Updated: March 27, 2019

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