Panel presentation focuses on redesigning small group instruction

Instructors struggling with how to recreate or re-envision small group instruction for remote delivery are invited to a panel, Redesigning Small Group Instruction to Encourage Engagement at a Distance on Wednesday, July 1, from 4:30-5:30 p.m.

This event, part of the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning Clinical Teaching Community of Practice, is open to all instructors. During this session, a panel of health sciences instructors and instructional designers will present evidence-based practices for remote active learning and relationship building.

Participants are invited to submit their toughest instructional redesign questions to “stump the panel.”

By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe a variety of small group teaching strategies
  • Discuss the features and limitations of Zoom breakout rooms
  • Develop strategies to overcome obstacles to small group learning at a distance
  • Participants are invited to submit their greatest challenges related to small group instruction to “stump the panel."

Panelists include:

  • Larry Hurtubise, MA, director of the Office of Educational Innovation and Scholarship, College of Pharmacy
  • Kelly Casler, DNP, APRN-CNP, assistant professor of clinical practice and family nurse practitioner, College of Nursing
  • Doug Danforth, associate professor, Department Obstetrics and Gynecology; program director,  Lead.Serve.Inspire Curriculum; and senior scientist, Division of Reproductive Biology and Vaccine Research, College of Medicine
  • Katie O’Keefe, MA, and Steve Nagel, MS, MLT, instructional designers, College of Pharmacy

Register here.