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Emily Bird, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Neonatology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Our students yearn for feedback! They want to know that they are on track, and crave reassurance as they navigate the medical school experience. When given useful feedback our students can loosen the grip on their imposter syndrome, and become solution-focused to correct specific behaviors that can lead to improved performance. Parents can be amazing at saying things in a way that their child can really understand and internalize. Let’s use this wisdom to improve the way that we provide feedback to our students.
Carrie Elzie, PhD
Pathology and Anatomy
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Serious games are educational tools that encompass a spectrum of activities, including defined objectives, a set of rules and a feedback system that allows the player to assess how close they are to achieving their goals. Serious games are increasingly being used in education because they have been shown to employ game-thinking and mechanics that improve medical knowledge, increase motivation and heighten communication and teamwork skills. For this webinar, we will discuss types of serious games used in education, best practices for gamification and brainstorm design ideas for incorporation into your teaching.
Additional details will be available in early 2022.
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