Monday, April 20 & 27 | 1200-1330 ET
Virtual Teaching (Interactive Webinar)
- Advanced registration is required
- Recording April 20
- Recording April 27 (new information)
- Speaker evaluation
Join us for a 90 minute interactive zoom webinar on “teaching in the pandemic”. This webinar will focus on small to moderate size (2-25 people) online teaching techniques (for example: resident academic half day, medical student seminars, or specialty continuing education offerings).
This webinar will be limited to 20 participants to enhance interactive hands-on learning. Preference will be given to those in academic teaching positions. Therefore, please register only if you know you can attend. If there is interest, a second webinar date will be made available. Learners are required to use a headset for the session (earbuds with microphone will also suffice).
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Apply interactive features of synchronous technologies (eg. Zoom) in teaching
- Recite practical tips and learning considerations for online synchronous learning
- Define the advantages and disadvantages of synchronous online learning
Accreditation: This program is an accredited self‐assessment program (section 3) as defined by the maintenance of certification program of the royal college of physicians & surgeons of Canada and approved by the Canadian association of physical medicine & rehabilitation. You may claim a maximum of 1.5 hours (credits are automatically calculated)
Larry Robinson, MD, FABPMR
Professor and Division Director, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sunnybrook Research Institute
Heather MacNeill, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Jason Liang, PGY-4, Chief Resident, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Kataryna Nemethy, eLearning Developer and Instructional Designer at Baycrest Health Sciences
Heather MacNeill is an Assistant professor and co-instructor of Educational Technology for Health Professional Education (Edutech HPE) in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at University of Toronto. (See www.healthedutech.com for further information). Heather has been creating and researching the effect of educational technologies over the past decade and is the recipient of the Fox and Fred Fallis awards for her work in the area of elearning. Clinically, she is the Medical Director of Stroke Rehabilitation and practicing physiatrist at Sinai Health System in Toronto.
Kataryna Nemethy is an eLearning Developer and Instructional Designer at Baycrest Health Sciences with over 10 years experience in the field of eLearning, instructional design and educational technologies. As a graduate of Biomedical Sciences at University of Toronto, she is passionate about the interface between education, technology and design. She continues to freelance as an instructional designer, eLearning developer and medical illustrator/animator, and together with Heather MacNeill, is a co-instructor for Edutech HPE at University of Toronto https://www.knemethy.com/
Jason Liang is the current chief resident in the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Toronto. Prior to residency, he obtained a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from the University of British Columbia and completed medical school at the University of Toronto. He has recently completed a longitudinal Leadership Certificate Program geared towards equipping postgraduate trainees with knowledge and skills to contribute to local and systems level improvements in health care. Over the course of his residency, he has participated in several medical student teaching initiatives and hopes to be able to apply these experiences to his interest in neurorehabilitation.