Faculty Program Overview
The Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship is one of the most vital resources of the School of Medicine. The Physician as Educator Series as well as the LIC Toolkit are being designed to prepare our community preceptors for the challenges of clinical teaching.
Clinical Teaching Toolkit and Resources
Teaching and Assessment for Medical Educators (TAME)
Aimed at educators from wide-ranging backgrounds and with varying levels of experience, the Teaching and Assessment for Medical Educators (TAME) program is designed to enhance the quality of faculty professional development within clinical education. It intends to help those with teaching responsibilities to become more proficient in tailoring their teaching according to learner needs and diverse educational settings; in developing clinical reasoning skills; in involving patients in the learning process; in designing appropriate assessments; in delivering and receiving feedback; and in addressing potential challenges. Ultimately, it aims to help educators ensure that the clinicians of tomorrow are fit to practice.
This module is free when you use your TCU email address. Register with your TCU email address here
Principles of Delivering Feedback (online module)
There are various methods and approaches to delivering effective feedback. The School of Medicine is committed to creating a culture that supports the giving and receiving of feedback based in The Compassionate Practice™. This module is adapted from “Giving Effective Feedback: A Faculty Development Online Module and Workshop” by Aaagard, Rossi, and Guiton (2010) and provides an overview of effective feedback in the medical education learning environment.
John Hopkins Medicine – Institute for Excellence in Teaching
Developing the next generation of great clinicians, researchers, educators, and leaders requires superb educators with expert teaching skills. Teaching and education are vital parts of the missions of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and faculty development is critical to improve learner outcomes and enhance teacher satisfaction. In an effort to bring the most effective and evidence-based teaching strategies to everyone in the global community, and through the generosity of the Office of the Vice Dean for Education, the Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) has compiled a series of valuable resources in this website. Our goal is to provide practical teaching tips, promote self-reflection, network and share ideas. We believe this can ultimately lead to better patient care, science, scholarship and leadership.
Physician as Educator Series
Applicable Faculty Roles: Clerkship Directors, LIC Preceptors The Physician as Educator cohort is a blended learning cohort that launch in Summer of 2020.
- Time-Efficient Clinical Teaching
- Teaching and Assessing in Competency-Based Education
- Challenges in Clinical Teaching
- Developing Skills in the Art of Effective Feedback
- Educational Strategies to Promote Clinical Reasoning
- Finding Clarity: Establishing Goals and Expectations for Clinical Learners
- Using SOAP for Learner Professionalism
- Is it Hot in Here? Learning Climate in Medical Education
- Writing Effective Narrative Evaluations
If you are interested in participating in this cohort please email MDFacultyDev@tcu.edu