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Faculty Development Workshops #10


Drs. Nicole Woods and Maria Mylopoulos

 

The Science of Learning: How the cognitive integration of basic and clinical sciences supports expertise

March 21-22, 2018

Nicole Woods, PhD

Dr. Nicole WoodsScientist & Associate Director, The Wilson Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine
University of Toronto

Maria Mylopoulos, PhD

Maria MylopoulosScientist & Associate Director, The Wilson Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics
University of Toronto



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Schedule of Events:

Time and Location: TBA

Overview of the Symposium:


Global Objectives:

      Participants will be able to:

      • Develop strategies to achieve cognitive integration in their basic science and clinical teaching
      • Understand adaptive expertise as the ultimate goal of an 'integrated curriculum'
      • Develop strategies to prepare students for future learning

Sessions

      Lecture: Integrating Clinical Science into Basic Science Objectives (targeted at those who teach basic science courses, but open to all)

        Objectives:
        • Explain the scientific foundations of cognitive integration in education
        • Describe strategies to achieve cognitive integration in basic science and clinical teaching

      Lecture and interactive discussion – Developing the experts we need

        Objectives:
        • Understand adaptive expertise as the ultimate goal of an 'integrated curriculum’
        • Explain the scientific foundations of ‘preparation for future learning’

      Workshop teaching and assessment strategies for integration and adaptive expertise

        Objectives:
        • Define educational approaches that support development of adaptive expertise
        • Define educational approaches that support development of integration
        • Practical tips for teachers
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