Academy Faculty Development Presentations
Faculty Development Presentations
"Team-Based Learning in Higher Education"
Sean Robinson is an Assistant Professor for the GWU Physician's Assistant Studies Program. He recently completed his Doctorate in Health Science with a focus on active learning strategies in healthcare education and has been using team-based learning (TBL) for several years in PA education. Team-based learning (TBL) is a relatively new pedagogical method used primarily in higher education, though not unknown to elementary and high school educators. With roots in schools of business and law, TBL is a means to help students become self-reliant in knowledge acquisition and better "critical thinkers". TBL has an added benefit of strengthening interpersonal and team-building skills which are paramount in today's complex healthcare environment.
Here is a link to the Prezi presentation: http://prezi.com/ws8_sywka62w/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
Here is a link to some trusted TBL sites: https://delicious.com/sean.robinson/tbl
Please email Sean Robinson (email@example.com) for more information.
Ellen Scully-Russ is an Assistant Professor of Human and Organizational Learning at the George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Dr. Scully-Russ' scholarship is concerned with building new opportunity structures to lifelong learning and the implications of shift to the so-called knowledge society for work, learning and everyday life. Ellen holds an Ed.D. in Adult Learning and Leadershiop and a M.A. in Adult Education from Teachers College, Columbia Univeristy.
Learning Life History Workshop (.pdf)
Learning Life History: An Untapped Educational Resource (.pptx)
Dr. N. Sharon Hill is an associate professor of management at The George Washington University School of Business. Her research focuses on (1) organizational change and (2) virtual work arrangements where the use of technology replaces traditional face-to-face interaction. A dominant theme in her research is the critical role that leadership at different levels of the organization plays in facilitating the success of both organizational change and virtual teamwork. Her articles have appeared in such leading outlets as Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology, Leadership Quarterly and Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management.
“An Overview of Ernest Boyer's Model of Scholarship and Its Impact on Teaching and Learning”
Dr. Mary Corcoran is a tenured Professor in the Department of Clinical Research and Leadership, George Washington University. She is also the Associate Dean for Faculty Development in the Health Sciences, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, George Washington University. Dr. Corcoran has degrees in occupational therapy, social gerontology, and planning. She has a long history as an author, researcher, and educator on the topics of environmental modifications, management of Alzheimer’s disease, and family caregiving. Dr. Corcoran has served as both principal and co-principal investigator on several funded projects, including four grants funded by the National Institute on Aging.
Ernest Boyer's Model of Scholarship: Overiew & Implications for Teaching and Learning (.ppt)