Workshop
September 20, 2018; January 10, 2019

Are you an experienced CBL Tutor?
This workshop is for you!

During this session you will be able to share your experiences with the CBL learning paradigm and project how you may need to move forward as you become more proficient in this kind of teaching. By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Describe your experience as a CBL tutor
  • Reflect on this experience
  • Discuss next steps for yourself as a CBL tutor
Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor
Workshop
August 2018 through until April 2019

Calling all new CBL tutors!

You will learn how to facilitate the students’ learning in the new CBL teaching paradigm in the Foundations Curriculum.

By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Describe the CBL teaching paradigm.
  • Explain what your role is as a CBL tutor.
  • Explain what the student’s role is in CBL.
  • Add to your repertoire of teaching techniques to facilitate CBL discussions.


*Faculty Development workshops have been approved for Continuing Education Credits:
The College of Family Physicians of Canada – 2.0 Mainpro-M1 credits;
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada – 2.0 Section 1 credits.

 

Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor
Workshop
August 27, 2018; September 4, 2018; September 5, 2018

You are invited to an Orientation and Faculty Development SessionYou are invited to an Orientation and Faculty Development Session for ICE Clinical Skills Year 1 and Year 2 Tutors: Focus on Roles and Expectations of Clinical Skills Tutors and Learners. for ICE Clinical Skills Year 1 and Year 2 Tutors: Focus on Roles and Expectations of Clinical Skills Tutors and Learners.

Clinical Skills Tutor
University of Toronto - Mississauga Campus, UHN - Toronto General Hospital, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Workshop
September 5, 2018; January 22, 2019; March 26, 2019

Are you an experienced CBL Tutor?
This workshop is for you!

During this session you will be able to share your experiences with the CBL learning paradigm and project how you may need to move forward as you become more proficient in this kind of teaching. By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Describe your experience as a CBL tutor
  • Reflect on this experience
  • Discuss next steps for yourself as a CBL tutor
Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor
Women's College Hospital, North York General Hospital, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Workshop
September 2018 through until May 2019

Health & Community (HC) EduCafes are a just-in-time faculty development strategy to support seminar leaders who facilitate HC tutorials for medical students as part of the MD Program Curriculum. Focus is on preparation for the upcoming session and informal and formal teaching skills development in areas that are relevant to effective teaching in this course.

Health in Community Tutor (HC)
University of Toronto - Mississauga Campus
Workshop
September 2018 through until May 2019

Health & Community (HC) EduCafes are a just-in-time faculty development strategy to support seminar leaders who facilitate HC tutorials for medical students as part of the MD Program Curriculum. Focus is on preparation for the upcoming session and informal and formal teaching skills development in areas that are relevant to effective teaching in this course.

Health in Community Tutor (HC)
Workshop
September 20, 2018; January 10, 2019

Are you an experienced CBL Tutor?
This workshop is for you!

During this session you will be able to share your experiences with the CBL learning paradigm and project how you may need to move forward as you become more proficient in this kind of teaching. By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Describe your experience as a CBL tutor
  • Reflect on this experience
  • Discuss next steps for yourself as a CBL tutor
Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor
University of Toronto - St. George Campus
Workshop
September 2018 through until May 2019

Ethics EduCafes are a just-in-time faculty development strategy to support seminar leaders who facilitate Ethics-related seminars for medical students as part of the MD Program Curriculum. Focus is on preparation for the upcoming session and informal and formal teaching skills development in areas that are relevant to effective teaching in this course.

Ethics Tutor
University of Toronto - Mississauga Campus
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