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Electives - Medical Education
Basic Science Teaching and Curriculum Development - Human Gross Anatomy
**students scheduling this course should participate in a three-evening series of teaching skills workshops to be scheduled in mid-April, 2019**
Elective Number: 3403
Rotation Supervisor: Dr. David Moyer; Gross Anatomy Lab
Available: THORAX: R6a; MSI: R10b & 11 (6 wks) & GI 12a (2 wks)
This elective is not available to visiting students
Duration: Thorax = 2weeks, MSI = 6 weeks & GI = 2 weeks
Report to: Dr. Moyer
Time to Report: 9:00 am
Place to Report: Gross Anatomy Lab
Typical day: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Attendance: Attendance at elective activities is mandatory.
Number of Students Per Rotation: 4
Course Description: The goals and objectives of this elective are to:
The experience will be tailored to the interests of the individual student and may include any combination of the following activities:
Teaching - may include but is not limited to: laboratory teaching, individual or group tutorial sessions, presentation of clinical correlation(s), conducting exam review sessions, preparing cadaver prosections, presenting the prosection to faculty, assisting students in the lab with dissections, assisting with the preparation of the practical exam.
Curriculum Development - may include but is not limited to: writing exam questions, reviewing and/or revising handouts, drafting review material, preparing clinical correlations and/or case studies, writing/revising MMDB quiz questions, website development and developing clinical procedures that could be performed on cadavers by 1st year students.
Curriculum Assessment - may include but is not limited to: attending and critiquing lectures/labs, evaluating course websites, assessing handouts/lab manuals, critiquing exams, evaluating the integration of the chosen course with other basic science courses and/or clinical courses.
Students who participate in this elective are eligible for the Medical Science Teaching Award