Celebration of Education Scholarship

Oct 25 – 26, 2018

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Celebration of Education Scholarship: Focus on Program Evaluation

Please join us for a Celebration of Education Scholarship event on Oct 25-26, 2018. Our guest speakers will engage and challenge our thinking about the topic of Program Evaluation. All DFCM faculty members are warmly invited to attend.

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Our Speakers:

  • Dr. Kathryn Parker is an international leader in program evaluation in medical education. She is the Senior Director, Academic Affairs and Simulation Lead at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, UofT.
  • Dr. David Rojas is a Postdoctoral Fellow, and Evaluations Scientist with the Office of Assessment and Evaluation, MD Program, UofT.
  • Dr. Betty Onyura is an Evaluation Research Scientist at the Centre for Faculty Development and the Evaluation Science Lead for the Office of Education Scholarship at DFCM.

Thu Oct 25 Program - Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks Street

5:00-5:45pm   Cocktail reception
5:45-6:30pm

“Travelling from judgement to curiosity: The story thus far.” This short talk describes the journey of how the practice of evaluation is shifting, and of the ripple effects of that shift, both personal and professional. Dr. Kathryn Parker

6:30-7:30pm Q&A and wrap-up

Fri Oct 26 Program - 500 University Avenue, Room 303/365

7:45-8:00am  Registration and Breakfast
8:00-9:00am  

“Getting to Maybe: The REAL utility of program evaluation.” Dr. Kathryn Parker

9:15-10:00am

“A Fresh Take: How can systems engineering inform the methods of program evaluation in health professions education?” Dr. David Rojas

“Use as Muse: Letting evaluation ends determine evaluation means from a kaleidoscope of evaluation practices.” Dr. Betty Onyura

10:00-11:30am

Workshop: “Going beyond happy sheets and Likert scales: The WOW and the HOW of program evaluation.”

This interactive workshop, facilitated by Dr. Kathryn Parker, will take learners through a process of co-creating an evaluation plan for an educational innovation.

11:45-12:30pm

“Art of the Possible” presentations of completed projects and works-in-progress from some of our AOP grant recipients

12:30-1:45 pm

Lunch and Journal Club

Facilitated by Drs. Nikki Woods and Melissa Nutik

2:00-4:30 pm

Concurrent sessions:

1) PErsonally ARranged Learning Sessions (PEARLS). This activity is designed to support our Art of the Possible grant applicants, but all faculty members with an interest in education scholarship are invited. We will use small and large group formats to provide an enjoyable and relaxed opportunity to brainstorm, collaborate and refine project ideas in a safe and supportive setting.

2) Writing Workshop with Dr. Nick Pimlott – a hands on, working session in which participants will be provided with key principles and practices of being a successful writer, and some relevant resources to support them in their writing. Participants will be expected to come prepared to work on a piece of writing and to "workshop it" amongst their peers. This session is intended for academic family physicians who have some writing experience, but who are struggling to incorporate writing time into their work.

4:30-4:45 pm Wrap-up

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Location

Oct 25 Evening Reception will be held at The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St.
Oct 26 activities will be held at 500 University Ave., Room 365/303

Contact

Rachel Ellis
416-946-7070
2018-10-25 04:00:00 2018-10-26 04:00:00 UTC Celebration of Education Scholarship Celebration of Education Scholarship: Focus on Program Evaluation Please join us for a Celebration of Education Scholarship event on Oct 25-26, 2018. Our guest speakers will engage and challenge our thinking about the topic of Program Evaluation. All DFCM faculty members are warmly invited to attend. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Our Speakers: Dr. Kathryn Parker is an international leader in program evaluation in medical education. She is the Senior Director, Academic Affairs and Simulation Lead at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, UofT. Dr. David Rojas is a Postdoctoral Fellow, and Evaluations Scientist with the Office of Assessment and Evaluation, MD Program, UofT. Dr. Betty Onyura is an Evaluation Research Scientist at the Centre for Faculty Development and the Evaluation Science Lead for the Office of Education Scholarship at DFCM. Thu Oct 25 Program - Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks Street 5:00-5:45pm   Cocktail reception 5:45-6:30pm “Travelling from judgement to curiosity: The story thus far.” This short talk describes the journey of how the practice of evaluation is shifting, and of the ripple effects of that shift, both personal and professional. Dr. Kathryn Parker 6:30-7:30pm Q&A and wrap-up Fri Oct 26 Program - 500 University Avenue, Room 303/365 7:45-8:00am  Registration and Breakfast 8:00-9:00am   “Getting to Maybe: The REAL utility of program evaluation.” Dr. Kathryn Parker 9:15-10:00am “A Fresh Take: How can systems engineering inform the methods of program evaluation in health professions education?” Dr. David Rojas “Use as Muse: Letting evaluation ends determine evaluation means from a kaleidoscope of evaluation practices.” Dr. Betty Onyura 10:00-11:30am Workshop: “Going beyond happy sheets and Likert scales: The WOW and the HOW of program evaluation.” This interactive workshop, facilitated by Dr. Kathryn Parker, will take learners through a process of co-creating an evaluation plan for an educational innovation. 11:45-12:30pm “Art of the Possible” presentations of completed projects and works-in-progress from some of our AOP grant recipients 12:30-1:45 pm Lunch and Journal Club Facilitated by Drs. Nikki Woods and Melissa Nutik 2:00-4:30 pm Concurrent sessions: 1) PErsonally ARranged Learning Sessions (PEARLS). This activity is designed to support our Art of the Possible grant applicants, but all faculty members with an interest in education scholarship are invited. We will use small and large group formats to provide an enjoyable and relaxed opportunity to brainstorm, collaborate and refine project ideas in a safe and supportive setting. 2) Writing Workshop with Dr. Nick Pimlott – a hands on, working session in which participants will be provided with key principles and practices of being a successful writer, and some relevant resources to support them in their writing. Participants will be expected to come prepared to work on a piece of writing and to "workshop it" amongst their peers. This session is intended for academic family physicians who have some writing experience, but who are struggling to incorporate writing time into their work. 4:30-4:45 pm Wrap-up CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Oct 26 activities will be held at 500 University Ave., Room 365/303 - Oct 25 Evening Reception will be held at The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St. dfcm.edscholarship@utoronto.ca
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