DME JOURNAL CLUB
January 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm, 988 CME
Discussant: Yoon Soo Park
Mee , J., Clauser, B.E., & Margolis, M.J. (2013). The impact of process instructions on judges' use of examinee performance data in Angoff standard setting exercises. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 32(3), 27-35.
Questions for Discussion:
1. How do you think expert judges in medical education incorporate examinee performance data in the decision making process for setting outscores?
2. What do you think are some advantages and disadvantages in presenting judges with examinee performance data?
3. Medical schools are often faced with the need to balance best practices in standard setting with feasibility. How would findings from this study impact assessments and standard setting procedures at UIC-COM?
HOW ADULTS LEARN - A "DISCUSSON"
This event was presented by The Teaching Support and Curriculum Committee of the Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago on June 21, 2011.
Presenter: Ilene Harris, PhD
Professor, Head and Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Medical Education
UIC College of Medicine
Dr. Harris identified three key learning theories pertinent to how adults learn and led an interactive discussion on their implications for curriculum design and teaching.
A video archive of this presentation and discussion can be viewed by clicking the following link: Watch the video of the How Adults Learn presentation.