2012: "Brain-Based Learning"
Sessions and Resources

* Event program with learning outcomes (PDF)

 


Tuesday, Feb. 21


Reflection as a Way to Learn and Change
Dr. Beverly Wood, School of Medicine

End Note
Gurmeet Sehgal, University Libraries

Participatory Action Research: Engaging Students in Studying Their Process of Learning
Dr. Carmen Knudson-Martin, School of Behaviorial Health


Wednesday, Feb. 22


Ambiguity, Transformative Education, and Brain-based Learning
Ehren Ngo, School of Allied Health Professions
Lindsay Simpson, School of Allied Health Professions

Providing Feedback: Formative Dialogues
Dr. Gail Rice, School of Allied Health Professions
Dr. Ron Dailey, School of Dentisty
Dr. Tom Rogers, School of Dentistry

Presentations: How to Make Them Excellent: Handouts, Slides, Learning Aids
Dr. Beverly Wood, School of Medicine

Team Teaching
Dr. Henry Lamberton, School of Medicine
Dr. Carla Gober, School of Religion

Computerized Cognitive Rehabilitation: Efficacy, A Case Study, and Demonstration
Dr. Michael Gilewski, School of Medicine

Teaching and Evaluating Professionalism Using the Professional Matrix
Dr. Samuel Baz, School of Medicine
Dr. Larry Loo, School of Medicine
Dr. Van Geslani, School of Medicine
Dr. Leah Hans, School of Medicine


Thursday, Feb. 23


Flip Your Classroom: Critical Thinking-based Teaching
Dr. Richard Davidian, School of Behavioral Health

Learner-centered Education: Pedagogy vs. Androgogy
Dr. Tammi Thomas, School of Medicine
Dr. Larry Loo, School of Medicine

PubMed Tips and Tricks
Kay Deeney, University of California, Los Angeles

Facilitating Discussion in the Classroom
Dr. Richard Rice, School of Religion

Teaching and Learning from a Neuroscience Perspective
Dr. Linda Caviness, La Sierra University

Kinzer-Rice Award for Excellence in University Teaching - Congratulations, Dr. Willie Davis!
Dr. Ron Carter

Keynote: Teaching for the 21st Century: Using Research to Inform Practice
Dr. Barbara Millis, University of Texas at San Antonio

Poster Session


Friday, Feb. 24


Using Cooperative Activities to Promote Deep Learning
Dr. Barbara Millis, University of Texas at San Antonio