By Tim Webster
In addition to the Grants and Research supported presentations announced via e-blast last week, be sure to add these additional Masters’ Series (MS) classes to your list of “must see” options. You may be asking yourself, “What makes a “Masters Series” workshop or presentation different from the others”?
The Masters Series provide the following consistent elements to ASPE attendees:
- Experienced presenters who are known as experts in their field
- Presenters have been invited by the conference committee to speak about current and relevant topics because of their knowledge
- Content of the presentations reflect accepted standards in SP Education
- The topics target veteran SP educators yet invite growth of any curious members. All are welcome.
SUNDAY, June 23
8:00 -12:00 SMW 1 ***Pre-register for this add-on!!!
ASPE SCHOLARS: BASICS OF SCHOLARSHIP
SZAUTER AND NICHOLAS
MONDAY, June 24
9:15-11:15 MS 1
Masters Series: Using Google Apps for Education to Manage Your SP Program
Learn about managing your SP program with Google Apps for Education (GAFE) from Jennie Struijk, who was last year’s recipient of the ASPE Educator of the Year award.
Explore the SP Dashboard Template! Create recruiting forms and online schedules! Consider using GAFE for online training! Participants will need a laptop and Google account for this hands-on session. Google™ it! Don’t miss this practical and applicable workshop.
11:00 -12:30 IV 2
ASPE SCHOLARS: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
TUESDAY, June 25
9:15-10:45 MS 2
ASPE SCHOLARS: LITERATURE REVIEW
11:00-12:30 IV 6
Masters Series: Discussion of the Results of an Informal SP Terminology Survey
Description: Standardized Patients? Simulated Persons? Actor-Participants? So many uses, too many names!
Dena Higbee, Kris Slawinski and Jennie Struijk will present the results of their online “SP Terminology Survey,” announced last November in the SP Trainer Listserv. See what terms were most popular and join in the discussion of proposed future names for “Those Formerly Known as ‘Standardized Patients’”!
11:00-12:30 IV 5
DISSEMINATION OF YOUR WORK: ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
SZAUTER, YUDKOWSKY AND THOMPSON
1:45-4:45 MS 3
ASPE SCHOLARS: HOW TO ESTABLISH DEFENSIBLE PASSING STANDARDS FOR LOCAL PERFORMANCE TESTS
YUDKOWSKY AND BLATT
WEDNESDAY, June 26
8:30am – 11:30 MS 4
Masters Series: Finding the Mentor in YOU!
Description: Are you a mentor? Have one? Want one? Want to be one? During this 3 hour session with Cate Nicholas from the University of Vermont, College of Medicine, you’ll reflect on those who have mentored you and identify your strengths as a mentor. Participants will have the opportunity to become dramatic listeners, learn to give advice without getting resistance and to provide feedback without getting resentment. Stretch you mentoring muscles and make sure not to miss this presentation.