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*Exploring Strategies for Engaged Learning*
Friday, March 14, 2008
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Tufts University School of Medicine
145 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA

*Keynote Presentation: Learning in a Clinical Setting* LuAnn Wilkerson,
Ed.D., Professor of Medicine and Senior Associate Dean for Medical
Education, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA

*Strategies for Teaching at the Bedside*
– Features of successful bedside teaching rounds
– Planning for bedside teaching
– Strategies for teaching effectively at the bedside

*Global Reach, Local Contexts: The Role of Distance Learning in
Communities of Practice*
– Using distance learning to reach out to a global audience
– Customizing learning for a global audience based on their content
– Using distance learning to extend communities of practice

*OSCE and Compassionate Care*
– Using the OSCE to teach the attributes and behaviors of a
compassionate health care provider
– Integrating technology with the OSCE strategy to provide exemplars
and support the feedback process

*Faculty Perspectives on Teaching with Classroom Response systems
(iClicker) in the Health Sciences*
– Educational approaches to enhance student engagement
– Strategies to gage student understanding of material
– Faculty experiences using the iClicker system to support
instructional goals and student learning

On-line registration will be available in early February. For more
information contact Sharon Freeman, 617-636-0891,