Educational Development Certificate Series

Educational Development Series

Faculty who are interested in improving their understanding of teaching and learning and in acquiring advanced skills for active and interactive teaching and learning are invited to participate in this monthly series.  The regular seminars cover a variety of topics as listed in the Scheduled Workshops  listed below.  Once a year, an extended 3-hour interactive session called Faculty as Teachers (FasT) is offered.  Those faculty who complete 10 workshops over 2 years will receive a certificate of completion that they can add to their educational portfolio for recognition of ongoing professional development in education.  This certification will serve as documentation of self-motivated learning for consideration at annual evaluations and during the promotion/tenure process.  Please click on any of the following relevant links to view the current schedule, recordings of previous sessions, or workshop handouts:

Scheduled Seminars  |  Previously Recorded Sessions  |  Workshop Slideshows/Handouts

 Educational Scholarship Program

The Educational Scholarship Program (ESP) is happy to present a series of educational research skills development workshops during the academic year.  This workshop series is intended to provide knowledge necessary to understand the purposes and processes of education research, and to help faculty to become informed consumers of the education research literature and to be effective collaborators in education research.  Workshops alone cannot produce independent education researchers, but it is our hope that through the collective faculty development opportunities offered via our HSC colleges and the Educational Scholarship Program we will be able to support your education scholarship goals.  Your suggestions about topics for future workshop sessions are welcome.

Each workshop is scheduled for 2 hours, and is focused on a key skill or area in educational research, emphasizing opportunities for hands-on activities and active participation, so as to maximize the applicability of the workshop principles.

Click HERE for workshop details and registration information.

*Participation in these also “counts” toward the Educational Development Certificate*

 Faculty as Teachers

The Faculty as Teachers (FasT) program is designed to provide participants with the “nuts and bolts” of teaching and learning: setting expectations for learners, teaching skills for active learning, giving effective feedback to learners and assessing learning.  Faculty who complete the FasT program will receive credit for having completed four faculty development workshops.

Please note that the Faculty as Teachers workshop is highly interactive and has numerous hands on components; therefore, in person attendance is required for credit.

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Scheduled Seminars

Fall Educational Development Series

Optimizing Media in Med Ed Presentations
Wednesday September 19, 2018 at 5pm
Teleconferenced at Communicore C1-7
Dr. Andrew Schmidt
Livestream link


Teaching Under Time Constraints
Tuesday October 16, 2018 at 12pm
Teleconferenced at Communicore C1-7

Dr. Elisa Sottile

Graduate Medical Education Series

Accreditation: The University of Florida College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit: The University of Florida College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

  • see Previously recorded sessions for 2015

Spring Educational Development Series.To register for seminars go to:

  • TBA

If you are unable to attend in person, please visit our Livestreaming Videos Page to view the currently scheduled session. Please submit a Credit Request using the button shown below.

*Please note that the Faculty as Teachers workshop is highly interactive and has numerous hands on components; therefore, in person attendance is required for credit.
This session will NOT be livestreamed.

  • In order to receive credit for watching a recording of any workshop, please click on the title of the workshop from the list below to access the video on the UF Mediasite.
  • After you’ve watched the video in its entirety, please return complete and submit the workshop Credit Request form to be credited with “attending” the workshop.
  • Please allow 2-3 business days to receive credit for attending the session. If you do not see the activity listed on your myTraining transcript, please contact for assistance.
  • Please note that the Faculty as Teachers workshop is highly interactive and has numerous hands on components; therefore, in person attendance is required for credit.



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 Previously Recorded Sessions

Title Presenter(s) Date
Best Practices in Outpatient and Inpatient Teaching Margaret Lo and Nila Radhakrishnan 12-14-17
Effective teaching: tips from the pros Peter Sayeski and Maryam Rahman 03-29-17
Creating online programs and courses: How to get started, lessons learned, and next steps Czerne Reid and Christy Carter 02-14-17
Unconscious Bias-Acknowledging and moving beyond your innate biases Lisa Dixon 10-18-16
Recording your Desktop Randy Graff 04-28-16
Mini CEX Workshop Zareen Zaidi 03-10-16
Accommodations for Residents with Disabilities Ken Osfield 12-09-15
When to Call the Lawyers Christi Braun 12-02-15
ACGME: Friend or Foe? Lynne Meyer 11-18-15
Unconscious Bias Lisa Dixon 11-04-15
Physician Addiction, Recovery & PRN Frank Orlando, Martha Brown 10-28-15
Negotiating with your Chair for GME  Peter Carek  10-14-15
Faculty as Teachers Casey White 09-24-15
Clinical Teaching Pearls Robert Hatch 08-27-15
Beyond the Basics: Team Based Learning Facilitation Skills Wayne McCormack 05-27-15
Using Multiple Modalities to Teach Medical Skills Bobby Desai, Tricia Swan 05-21-15
Professionalism in the Hidden Curriculum Robert Hatch 04-16-15
Constructing your Educational Portfolio Shireen Madani Sims 03-19-15
Small Group Teaching Shelley Collins 02-25-15
TBL 101: Using a Flipped Classroom to Engage Learners Wayne McCormack 01-28-15
Creating and Publishing Educational Scholarship Erik Black 12-18-14
Incorporating Quality Improvement… Eric Rosenberg 11-18-14
Need Directions?  A Roadmap to Engage Faculty… Margaret Lo, Lynne Meyer, Carolyn Stalvey 10-22-14
Faculty as Teachers Erik Black, Casey White 09-18-14
Pearls of Clinical Teaching L. Chad Hood 08-20-14
Constructing a Meaningful Narrative Assessment Heather Harrell 04-24-14
Bedside Teaching Techniques Jay Lynch, Shireen Sims, Heather Harrell 03-20-14
Creating Endurable Change Nicole Paradise Black, Erik Black 03-12-14
Interprofessional Education: It’s Here Amy Blue 01-29-14
The Hidden Curriculum:  Behavioral Learning Robert Hatch 12-18-13
Assessment in the Clinical Setting Shireen Madani Sims 11-21-13
Engaging Learners to the Max with Team-based Learning Wayne McCormack 10-23-13
Faculty as Teachers Casey White, Erik Black 09-18-13
Approaches to Using Qualtrics for General Data Gathering Jose Silva-Lugo 08-22-13
Searching and Evaluating the Medical Education Literature Erik Black, Mary Edwards 05-15-13
Microskills for Clinical Teaching Gwen Lombard, Lisa Dixon, Maureen Novak 04-17-13
Learner-centered Teaching Robert Hatch 03-20-13
Self-reflection and Self-assessment Casey White 02-20-13

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Title Presenter(s) Date
Interprofessional Education:  It’s Here Amy Blue 01-29-14
Turning Teaching into Scholarship:  Enhancing Your Academic Record Wayne McCormack 01-30-13

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