Clinical Teaching Learning Community: Supporting Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions
Teachers across our health professions academic programs must effectively teach diverse content, ranging from basic biomedical knowledge and applied problem solving skills to advanced clinical care and professional skills, in a wide variety of settings including classrooms, communities, clinical care areas, and other health care settings.
The clinical teaching learning community is designed to support the professional development needs of clinical faculty and preceptors across all UW-Madison health sciences schools. The community offers a central place to access and engage with interprofessional resources to those who teach in variety of settings.
By design, the community supports faculty who strive to earn Master Teacher designation through the UW-Madison Teaching Academy.
Join the community today: Subscribe
Learn more about about resources available to UW faculty, click here.
UW-Madison Teaching Academy: Promoting, Recognizing, and Supporting Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Learn more about how you can benefit from the UW Teaching Academy by watching this short interview with OCPD Director Barb Anderson, MS and Sue Wenker, PT, PhD Co-Chair of the Teaching Academy Executive Committee.
If you'd like to become a Clinical Affiliate member of the UW Madison Teaching Academy, complete this application.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Teaching Academy will not be holding LEaP (Learning Environment and Pedagogics) this August as usual. In lieu of this course the Teaching Academy will be offering I-LEaP (for instructors) in January 2021.
As this program typically reaches capacity, we wish to allow those who are missing the August opportunity to receive information to pre-register by emailing Sarah Hagedon (email@example.com). Thank you for your understanding during these times
Remote Teaching Support
Leading In Difficult Times (AAMC)
Explore the AAMC's Toolkit here.
Topics include: Managing Self; Leading Others; Leading Your Organization; Conversations with Leaders: Strategies for Leading In Uncertain Times
Recent Presentations on COVID-19, Quarantine, and Teaching
The Psychological Effects of Quarantine and How to Mitigate Them, Mariah Quinn, MD, MPH
UW-Madison Webinars on Teaching Remotely
We are here to support your efforts as you transition to alternate modes of course delivery. Using the links below, explore a five-part webinar series that addresses key considerations for getting started, strategies and tools to help you communicate with your students, share content, assess their learning, and accomplish key course activities remotely, and how to find which options best meet you and your students’ needs.
The topics are as follows:
Webinar 1 Topic: Communication & Collaboration Strategies
Webinar 2 Topic: Content & Sharing Strategies
Webinar 3 Topic: Assessment & Activities Strategies
Webinar 4 Topic: Access & Accessibility Strategies
Webinar 5 Topic: Course Goals & Storyboarding
For more details about each webinar, visit: instructionalcontinuity.wisc.edu, where you can also find additional guidance and support resources related to instructional continuity.
Leading In Difficult Times (AAMC)
Explore the AAMC's Toolkit here.Topics include:
- Managing Self
- Leading Others
- Leading Your Organization
- Conversations with Leaders
- Strategies for Leading In Uncertain Times
MedEdNext and the Kern Institute offers a variety of educational events designed to transform medical education.
- Learn about and register for upcoming grand rounds here (live stream option available).
- Watch archived lectures here.
- Subscribe to the Transformation Journal.