Teaching Skills Attainment Award - Application Form

Example Summary of Attendance at Faculty Development programs*

Date

Program Attended

Explain how this skill is directly related

to your teaching.

Hours attended

25-Sept-2009

Workshop: Assessment 101 – How to determine and

design effective tools for resident assessment (9:45-

12:00) International Conference on Residency

Education 2009

Workshops to learn on how to develop new

assessment tools including to understand basic principles in tool design

2.25

25-Sept-2009

Workshop: Going from good to great – how to

design a high quality residency program (14:00-

15:30) International Conference on Residency

Education 2009

To learn how to identify program strengths and

areas of improvement including creating a

CanMEDS based curriculum blueprint.

1.5

1-June-2010

Giving Feedback: How to say what you mean to say

Learn how to offer feedback and improve skills

providing effective feedback

2

21-Nov- 2011

Faculty Development workshop: How to

incorporate iPad in your teaching.

Use of iPad in medical teaching setting and

clinical utility.

3

* For each entry, you must attach proof of attendance and objectives (Please refer to TSAA, TSAA with Merit, TSAA with Distinction found on our website)

Please note that all submissions which do not include any of the documents mentioned above or are not presented in the grid format (above) will be deemed incomplete and will not be accepted by the OFD.

Example Summary of Faculty Development Presentations*

Date

Program where presentation was

made

Specific topic presented

Explanation as to how

this topic is directly related to teaching

Contact

hours

Credit

hours

(2x contact hrs)

14-January-11

Faculty Development – UofO

Crucial Conversations

Assist Faculty members

in supervising trainees especially when giving trainees feedback and evaluation

8.75

17.50

* For levels II and III

A repeat faculty development presentation (i.e. giving the same workshop twice or more) will be granted credit a maximum of two times. We assume you will modify your original presentation based on feedback the second time a program is offered.

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