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Goals and objectives breakout slides 6.12.20 1

Harvard Medical School
ET2T | E-Workshop1
Day 2: Friday, June 12, 2020

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Goals and objectives breakout slides 6.12.20 1

  1. 1. . Break-out group Goals and objectives exercises . June 12th, 2020
  2. 2. SMART objectives Objective = specific educational directive that is behaviorally stated & measurable
  3. 3. SMART objectives Objectives should include 5 basic elements who will do how much (how well) of what by when
  4. 4. SMART objectives Objectives should include 5 basic elements Medical students in Pulmonary Clinic will evaluate and present at least 3 patients to an attending during each clinic session. who will do how much (how well) of what by when
  5. 5. Plan for today (part 1) You have each already developed a PowerPoint slide with 3 objectives for a teaching session you are planning on developing or delivering You will each present 3 your objectives and the group will provide feedback SMART? 5 key elements?
  6. 6. Plan for today (part 2) Time permitting, we will review some objectives and assess whether they are SMART and how they might be improved
  7. 7. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will gain familiarity with team-based learning and reflect on how this form of interactive learning relates to adult learning theory. You are running a teaching session in about medical education practices for a group of your residents. Here is an objective for one of your sessions:
  8. 8. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will be able to discuss barriers to implementation of this kind of teaching. You are running a teaching session in about medical education practices for a group of your residents. Here is another objective for one of your sessions:
  9. 9. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will be able to explore CBCL and think-pair-share and their relative benefits for interactive learning. You are running a teaching session in about medical education practices for a group of your residents. Here is one more objective for one of your sessions:
  10. 10. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, students will be able to describe the pathophysiologic mechanisms of restrictive ventilatory diseases. You lecturing to medical students about restrictive pulmonary pathophysiology. Here is an objective for your lecture:
  11. 11. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, students will be able to describe pulmonary function test characteristics of restrictive ventilatory diseases (and compare these to characteristics of obstructive ventilatory diseases). You lecturing to medical students about restrictive pulmonary pathophysiology. Here is another objective for your lecture:
  12. 12. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, students will be able to identify five specific diseases and disease categories that fall within the definition of ‘restrictive ventilatory diseases’ (with an emphasis on pathophysiologic mechanisms). You lecturing to medical students about restrictive pulmonary pathophysiology. Here is another objective for your lecture:
  13. 13. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, students will be able to identify five specific diseases and disease categories that fall within the definition of ‘restrictive ventilatory diseases’ (with an emphasis on pathophysiologic mechanisms). You lecturing to medical students about restrictive pulmonary pathophysiology. Here is another objective for your lecture:
  14. 14. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will be able to identify three cognitive biases from clinical vignettes. You developing a teaching session about cognitive biases for your residents. Here is an objective for your session:
  15. 15. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will be able to describe the effects of anchoring bias on clinical decision making during patient care activities. You developing a teaching session about cognitive biases for your residents. Here is an objective for your session:
  16. 16. Objective example: What are your thoughts about this objective? At the end of this session, residents will be able to understand three strategies to effectively avoid cognitive biases when caring for patients in clinic. You developing a teaching session about cognitive biases for your residents. Here is an objective for your session:
  17. 17. SMART objectives Objective = specific educational directive that is behaviorally stated & measurable
  18. 18. THANK YOU!

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