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TEACHER SCHOLAR PATHWAY AND INTEREST GROUP

Academic Goals of the Teacher Scholar Pathway
The goal of the TSP is to prepare psychiatry residents who have a passion for teaching for successful careers as clinician-teacher faculty members. The TSP focuses on:

  • Scholarship of teaching and learning
  • Development of a professional identity
  • Academic productivity
  • Career development

The TSP provides group and individual mentorship and a structured curriculum to meet these goals. The TSP residents are expected to: 1) be actively involved in their own learning; 2) teach and supervise medical students and/or junior residents; 3) participate in departmental committees and teaching initiatives (e.g. curriculum development); 4) attend national meetings when possible; and 5) complete a scholarly project in medical education.

Teacher Scholar Pathway: Specific Learning Goals
Learning Goals: Clinical Teacher

  1. Apply learning theory to teaching sessions
  2. Establish learning goals with clear objectives
  3. Become familiar and practice different educational strategies (e.g.  lecture, small group, PBL, TBL…)
  4. Provide feedback, establish learner improvement plans
  5. Evaluate learner achievement of stated learning goals
  6. Evaluate effectiveness of teaching sessions and modify teaching style
  7. Demonstrate teaching skills in different teaching settings (e.g. inpt/outpt setting, small/large group, 1:1)—Learn 5 Microskills.

Learning Goals:  Academic Scholar

  1. Collaborating
  2. Define clear goals and objectives for educational activities
  3. Apply appropriate methodology for designing educational research including development of  study, collecting and analysis of data
  4. Write – present at academic meetings – publish

Learning Goals:  Curriculum Developer

Develop a curriculum with the following components (Curriculum Development for Medical Education: A Six Step Approach by David Kern-we will be providing this book to you).

  1. Problem Identification
  2. Targeted needs assessment
  3. Goals and Objectives
  4. Educational Strategies
  5. Implementation
  6. Evaluation and Feedback

Learning Goals: Administrator 

  1. Describe the administrative structure of the local entities involved in medical education
  2. Identify the regulatory issues involved in medical education and training (e.g. ACGME, LCME)
  3. Appreciate the financial challenges facing medical education
  4. Demonstrate effective administrative and leader ship skills
  5. Understand requirements in the process of promotion

contact:

Marcella Pascualy, M.D.
marcella.pascualy@va.gov

 

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