The Center has developed a growing community of education scholars in the Department of Pediatrics.
Scholars collaborate in teams on education research and scholarship projects, meet weekly to share updates and receive feedback on their work, and gather to build skills and expertise for doing education scholarship.
The Pediatric Education Group meets on Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. About once per year we have a retreat or symposium, extending an invitation to educators in the Department of Pediatrics and across the campus—which also helps extend the community of educators.
PEG meets on Tuesdays from 11:00 am-noon. PEG provides a forum for the community of educators in the Department of Pediatrics to share presentations of their education work and receive feedback, share plans for projects and get the group’s help with planning, participate in a journal club about health professions education, and build skills for research and scholarship through workshops.
If you would like to have your name on the PEG email distribution list, contact Shelley Moore (email@example.com). If you have ideas for topics that would be helpful to you if they were presented at PEG, or if you would like to share your work and get feedback and suggestions for developing your work or preparing presentations or publications about your work, please complete this form: PEG Ideas/Suggestions.
Please stay tuned for details on the 2019 Annual Retreat!
Educational Research Symposium
Dr. Ulcca Hansen
"Portfolios for Assessment and Learning: Insights form across the Education Spectrum"
Looking back, Looking forward: Preparing pediatricians for the next 50 years of practice
Teaching with Technology
Lisa B. Keranen, PhD
"Innovating Medical Education Using Active Learning"
Creating Curriculum for the 21st Century Learner: A Medical Education Practicum
Olle ten Cate, PhD
"Entrustable Professional Activities: Their significance for competency based training and assessment in current health care"
Thomas Nasca, MD, MACP
"The Next Accreditation System: Where Are We Headed?"
Frameworks for Assessment
Louis Pangaro, MD MACP
"Competence in Practice - What is it, and how do our frameworks affect what we look for?"
They're learning but who would know? Let's Get It Documented!
New Approaches to Evaluation
Dr. Larrie Greenberg, MD
"How Do I Know I'm Teaching Effectively"
Dr. Anders Ericsson, PhD
"Novice to Expert: Case Studies on the Development of Expertise"
Fulfilling our Educational Mission