Essentials of Teaching and Assessment Course
September 30-October 1, 2021
A two-day, intensive course to introduce participants to the pedagogy, strategies, and resources for effective teaching and assessment, including in the virtual environment. This event is open to all UVM College of Medicine faculty. This course is designed
especially for faculty, residents, fellows, graduate students, and postdocs who are new to teaching.
This course will be offered for approximately two half-days (afternoon of 9/30 and morning of 10/1).
2020 Essentials of Teaching and Assessment Resources
Teaching in the Virtual Environment Resources
Pre-learning: Cognitive Load Theory and its application in the classroom (PDF)
Objective Driven Teaching Resources
Taxonomy verbs (Word doc)
USMLE topics (Word doc)
Objective Driven Teaching worksheet (Word doc)
Creating a Positive Learning Environment Resources
1. If you have either seen our curriculum before or have very limited time, please watch this 8 minute film. Please focus on whether or not you think there is student mistreatment in each of the 4 (interwoven) scenarios. We
will be discussing these scenarios on Friday. Scenarios were scripted based on LCOM student experiences collected from focus groups.
Film #1 Perspective of learners (8 min)
2. If you are new to the topic of learner mistreatment and to our curriculum, please review the module posted here (30 minutes), which has the above film embedded within:
User Name: psychmod
Writing Inclusive Cases Resources
Race and Culture Guide for Editors of Teaching Cases (PDF)
Addressing Race, Culture, and Structural Inequality in Medical Education (PDF)
For more information please contact: Teaching.Academy@med.uvm.edu