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IAMSE Winter 2022 Series: How Science Educators Still Matter: Leveraging the Basic Sciences for Student Success

Thursday, February 3 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

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IAMSE Winter 2022 Series:

How Science Educators Still Matter: Leveraging the Basic Sciences for Student Success

Session 5 Title:

Rethinking Assessment Strategies in the Basics Sciences as Step 1 Goes Pass/Fail

Session Description:

Step 1 going to Pass/Fail will have impacts on basic science education but may provide opportunities to reimagine assessments. The goal of this session is to explore how the changes in Step 1 scoring may influence approaches to the assessment of basic sciences. New assessment strategies recently implemented at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine will be presented and discussed. Potential assessments of the future will be explored.

Speaker:

  • David Harris, PhD

University of Central Florida

There will be 5 sessions in this IAMSE Winter 2022 Series, which runs January 6 through February 3.

Please email CEE@dmu.edu with any questions.

Event Type

Training and Workshops

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff

Website

https://dmu365.sharepoint.com/sites/p...

Organizer(s)
Center for Educational Enhancement (CEE)

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