15th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop

“Ch-Ch-Ch Change your Teaching Tools”
May 29-30, 2014
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15th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop “Ch-Ch-Ch Change your Teaching Tools”

  1. 1. 15th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop “Ch-Ch-Ch Change your Teaching Tools” May 29-30, 2014 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 WORKSHOP OVERVIEW Let’s rock the juke box with Dr. Jennifer Peel who has spent many years designing and delivering curricula for medical schools. She has also developed evaluating tools for faculty assessment of residents and students. She has created the GOFAR method for learner development. Early bird special – Before March 28, 2014: $145 • After March 28, 2014: $175 Tuition includes handouts, materials, and transportation to and from the Grand Hyatt hotel to UT Health Science Center Dental Hygiene Clinic. Credit: 4 hours For your convenience transportation to and from the UT Health Science Center San Antonio Dental Hygiene Clinic and Grand Hyatt Hotel will be provided. Please register early as space is limited. Mary Jacks RDH, MS and Emelda Hernandez, RDH, MS will facilitate the combination classroom and clinic session. Clinical Faculty Calibration: Hands-On Activity at UT Health Science Center San Antonio combines the past popular topic of calibration with new attention to teaching curved ultrasonic inserts. This 4-hour course offers the opportunity for group agreement on difficult clinical issues. The combination session will focus on reaching agreement with calculus detection and determining clinical attachment loss on real patients. In addition, hands on clinic time will prepare faculty to teach curved ultrasonic inserts. The dental hygiene clinic provides an ideal environment for groups of faculty to conquer calibration issues and focus on common solutions. Patients in the clinic will provide an opportunity to practice and calibrate results. Come Together with Calibration 1:00-5:00PM Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Pre-Conference Workshop The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Continuing Dental Education - MSC 7930 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900 Our first play list will consist of a series of interactive presentations and activities that will introduce the participants to the GOFAR Model of Learner Development by Dr. Peel. GOFAR stands for Goal-setting, Observation, Feedback, Assessment, Reinforcement, and Coaching. Goals drive learner performance and development. Observation is critical to determining the current performance of a learner. Feedback to learners is important for their development. Assessment is the benchmark for performance and development. Reinforcement is essential for the desired performance to continue. Coaching is the combination of goal-setting, feedback, assessment and reinforcement to correct performance problems. SPEAKER JENNIFER L. PEEL, Ph.D., completed her BA in Psychology at Southwestern University and her PhD in Experimental Psychology at Texas Christian University with an emphasis in human cognition and educational psychology. Currently she is the Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She has over 20 years of experience in academic medicine and corporate environments. She has authored numerous articles and has delivered hundreds of invited workshops. She has spent many years designing, delivering and evaluating faculty, resident and student curricula at three medical schools (The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio). Take It Easy With Your PPT Presentations OVERVIEW This session will help presenters think differently about the overall design of their PowerPoint presentations. Practical advice regarding slide development, pictures and overall creativity will be shared in an effort to help take presentations from information overload to simplistic and effective. During lunch from 12:00PM-1:00PM a informal opportunity allows faculty to share ideas, concerns, and teaching strategies with other faculty who teach the same course. Break Out Sessions 1:00pm-4:00PM I Can’t Get “NO” Satisfaction, Can You?: Competency Based Approach to Clinical Education OVERVIEW This session will provide the participant an opportunity to review the learning principles applicable to clinical education in a competency based dental hygiene environment. The participant will compare the characteristics of a traditional learning environment to that of competency based education. The roles and responsibilities of faculty will be discussed as they relate to competency based education. These Boots are Made for Walking: Workshop Designing and Using an OSCE Break Out Sessions 9:00AM-12:00PM OVERVIEW During this session, participants will begin by experiencing a mini-OSCE, then learn the types of skills and knowledge that can be measured in an objective structured clinical evaluation (OSCE). Participants will review different OSCE formats and types of stations, as well as options for scoring OSCEs. Participants will experience the planning process for designing an OSCE, moving from designation of learning outcomes to be measured to the development of stations, including writing directions for an OSCE station to measure competency expected of dental hygiene students. Keeping the Rhythm in Your Course: Rubrics 101 Something to Talk About: Motivational Interviewing OVERVIEW Rubrics are an essential piece to assessment of student performance. Rubrics objectively communicate expectations for assignments, projects, and exams by providing clear criteria for summative and formative assessment. This session is aimed at educators seeking standardized methods to ensure and validate learning outcomes consistent with course objectives and CODA Standards. To facilitate this session we ask that participants bring a copy of course objectives from their respective syllabus. OVERVIEW Motivational Interviewing is a person-centered, goal-driven counseling method used for eliciting and strengthening intrinsic motivation for positive behavior change. This session is designed to introduce educators to the principles of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and the importance of its use in communication. The concepts of listening and identifying ambivalence are central in facilitating Motivational Interviewing. We will use the underlying style of communication with MI concepts, and practice skills for guiding change-focused conversations. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2014 We Are Family: Online and Blended Learning OVERVIEW The integration of online and blended learning has become very popular with the development of new technology over the last two decades. Learn the art of developing critical thinking and significant learning through the application of new and innovative educational technology into the clinic, classroom, and distance learning. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Continuing Dental Education credits are designated in each course description. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/goto/cerp.
  2. 2. The second playlist speakers DANA KIEFER ENGLISH, RDH, MS, is an Assistant Professor/Clinical at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. Prior to joining the Department of Periodontics, Dental Hygiene Division in 2008, Dana was employed in private practice over for 30 years with the last three years in a geriatric dental practice. Ms. English’s teaching responsibilities include clinical teaching, course director for undergraduate classes such as Dental Materials and Current Issues in Dental Hygiene. Other responsibilities also include course director for online teaching of BS completion and Master level classes in dental hygiene which also includes an intensive geriatric course. Her educational background includes receiving RDH from the UT Health Science Center in 1980 and in 2004 completed her BSDH from East Tennessee University. Ms. English continued her education at the UT Health Science Center to earn her MS in Dental Hygiene in 2009. LADONIA FRANKE, RDH, MS, serves as an Assistant Professor/Clinical in the Dental Hygiene Division of UT Health Science Center San Antonio. She holds a Master of Science in Adult Education and Human Development from Texas A&M University (2011), a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene and a Certificate in Dental Hygiene from UT Health Science Center San Antonio (2002/2000), and an Associate of Arts from Schreiner University (1998). Mrs. Franke has 13 years of clinical experience in general practice. Mrs. Franke currently teaches in both the Dental Hygiene Bachelor and Dental Hygiene Master Programs in clinical, laboratory and didactic courses and serves as Faculty Advisor for the Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association. WILLIAM HENDRICSON, MS, MA, MEd, has been a consultant in health professions education since 1972. Bill is currently the Assistant Dean, Educational and Faculty Development for the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Dental School, where he directs the Teaching Honors Program and conducts the TExAS course (Teaching Excellence and Academic Skills). He has been an educational consultant for 27 professional associations including the American College of Emergency Physicians, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, American Academy of Family Practice, North American Primary Care Research Group, Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, the Commission of Dental Accreditation, and the American Dental Education Association. He has been a consultant to 170 universities including 60 dental schools and numerous dental hygiene programs. EMELDA E. HERNANDEZ, RDH, MS, is an Assistant Professor/Clinical in the Department of Periodontics, Dental Hygiene Division at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene in 2003 and recently her Masters of Science in 2013, both from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. For the past ten years she has taught undergraduate levels in didactics and clinical settings in the dental hygiene program. During these years she has dedicated her life to educating and advocating oral health with her students and patients in private practice. Her eclectic experience includes working for a general and periodontal private practice, and research. She has a great interest in Motivational Interviewing as her thesis project focused on utilizing it as a means of encouraging change in patients’ behaviors through communication with dental hygiene students. CAROL A. NGUYEN, RDH, MS, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics, Dental Hygiene Division at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She obtained her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from UT Health Science Center at San Antonio. Currently, she teaches both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her academic career has focused on special patient care populations, health literacy and interdisciplinary education. In the service area she is a board member for Reaching Maximum Independence and has led many community service events. At the national level she serves as President elect for Sigma Phi Alpha and is a member of ASTDD, School and Adolescent Oral Health Committee. Ms. Nguyen brings 11 years of clinical experience as a Registered Dental Hygienist in periodontal and pediatric settings. LYNN A. SMILEY, RDH, MEd, is an Assistant Professor/Clinical instructor in the Department of Periodontics, Dental Hygiene Division at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She has 25 years of experience as a clinical dental hygienist. She is currently course director for Introduction to Clinical Theory, PreClinical Dental Hygiene, Clinic I and Clinic I Seminar. As the Junior Year Clinic Coordinator, Ms. Smiley is responsible for the clinical experience of students in their first semester of patient care. In addition to her teaching activities, Ms. Smiley is a presenter in continuing education courses provided by the Dental School Continuing Education Department. Her areas of expertise are fundamentals of instrumentation, infection control protocols, tobacco cessation and the use of dental materials by the dental hygienist. SCHEDULE of Events CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Best Practices in Clinical Teaching Creating learning experiences such as role plays, case studies, games, stories, and collaborative activities that enhance student learning outcomes are becoming more challenging these days. What changes have you incorporated in your course design that have enhanced student learning? Share with your colleagues your best practice that focuses on designing and developing tools and techniques that promote a richer level of learning in your students.. Selected abstracts will be presented at the Market Place/Reception, Thursday, May 29, 2014 from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Faculty may present through a poster or table clinic. Abstracts (limited to 200 words) will be peer-reviewed based on the following: • Problem addressed • Purpose • Target audience (PreClinic, DH I or DH II) • Implementation (methodology) • Evaluation 15th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop May 29-30, 2014 “Ch-Ch-Ch Change your Teaching Tools” Thursday, May 29, 2014 7:30 AM – 08:45 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast - Grand Hyatt Hotel 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM The GOFAR Model of Learner Development Jennifer L. Peel, Ph.D. 10:30 AM - 10-45 AM Break 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM REGISTRATION FORM Please use one form per person-photocopy as needed. To Register: Please complete the registration form and send it with payment to: Lunch 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM The GOFAR Model of Learner Development Jennifer L. Peel, Ph.D. 4:00 PM – 05:00 PM 15th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop UT Health Science Center San Antonio Continuing Dental Education - MSC 7930 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900 phone: 210-567-3177 fax: 210.567.6807 “Best Practices in Clinical Teaching” & Marketplace Reception Submit your abstract to: Stein@uthscsa.edu by April 11, 2014 Notification Deadline – April 25, 2014 Friday, May 30, 2014 Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Grand Hyatt San Antonio 600 E. Market Street San Antonio, TX 78205 800-233-1234 or 210-224-1234 Enjoy your visit to San Antonio and the conference at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio. Make your reservations directly with the hotel, indicating your attendance at the UT Health Science Center Dental Hygiene Educators Workshop by April 6, 2014 to obtain a special conference rate of $149 per night single or double, $174 for triple, or $199 quadruple occupancy. Continental Breakfast - Grand Hyatt Hotel 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Location and Lodging 7:30 AM – 8:50 AM Break Out Sessions Keeping the Rhythm in Your Course: Rubrics 101 Carol A. Nguyen, RDH, MS We Are Family: Online and Blended Learning Dana Kiefer English RDH, MS Take It Easy With Your PPT Presentations LaDonia Franke, RDH, MS 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Lunch This informal opportunity allows faculty to share ideas, concerns, and teaching strategies with other faculty who teach the same course. Pre-conference Calibration Workshop Ⅺ Individual: $145.00 (Register before March 28, 2014 and save $30.00) - 154638X Ⅺ Individual: $175.00 - 154638 Thursday & Friday, May 29-30, 2014 Clinical Teaching Workshop: “Ch-Ch-Ch Change your Teaching Tools” Ⅺ Individual: $375.00 (Register before March 28, 2014 and save $75.00) - 154638A Ⅺ Individual: $450.00 - 154638A Name:_____________________________________________________________________________D.O.B.____/____/____ Ⅺ RDH Office Address:_______________________________________________________________________Suite No.__________ 1:00 PM-4:00 PM CREDIT Break Out Sessions I Can’t Get “NO” Satisfaction or Can You: Competency Based Approach to Clinical Education Lynn A. Smiley, RDH, MEd These Boots are Made for Walking: Workshop Designing and Using an OSCE William Hendricson, MS, MA, MEd Something to Talk About: Motivational Interviewing Emelda E. Hernandez, RDH, MS 12 total credit hours City, State, Zip:__________________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address:_________________________________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip:__________________________________________________________________________________________ Office Phone:________________________________________Home Phone:_______________________________________ Fax. No:_________________________________________E-Mail Address:_________________________________________ Hygiene School:____________________________________________________________Year of Graduation:____________ Payment Enclosed (Payable to UTHSCSA) • Check#_____________________ Ⅺ MC Ⅺ VISA Ⅺ Discover Call 1-800-233-1234 or 210-224-1234 for reservations. All reservation requests must be accompanied by a first night room deposit, or guaranteed with a major credit card. The Dental School thanks Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals, Inc, Dentsply Professional, Hu-Friedy, Johnson & Johnson, Philips Oral Health Care, and Procter and Gamble Professional Oral Health for their unrestricted educational grant in support of this continuing education program. Card No._______________________________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date:________________________Last 3 #s on the signature part of the card (back):___________________________ Cardholders Name:______________________________________________________________________________________ For more information about the Grand Hyatt San Antonio on the Riverwalk go to grandsanantonio.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/ Join us next year for our 16th Annual Dental Hygiene Clinical Teaching Workshop May 27-29, 2015 PREREGISTRATION: Preregistration for all courses is necessary. It is beneficial for participants to preregister for a course as the course packet will be available for them at final check-in. Please call the Office of Continuing Dental Education at (210) 567-3177 to preregister for a course or fax it to 210-567-6807 or mail the registration form with check made payable to “UTHSCSA” to: 15TH ANNUAL DENTAL HYGIENE CLINICAL TEACHING WORKSHOP LECTURESHIP REFUND POLICY Refund Policy: If you must cancel your registration, please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as you determine you are unable to attend so that a refund may be considered. Due to commitments to these type of programs, any cancellation made prior to March 29, 2014 will be subject to an administrative fee assessment of $175.00. Any cancellation made after March 29, 2014 does not qualify for a refund. However, participants may choose to place their tuition minus an administrative and direct cost fee assessment into a holding account for future use. “No Shows” will not qualify for refunds. Written notification is required within five business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please allow four to six weeks for all refunds. Specific refund policies may apply to all off-site programs. Contact our office for specific refund policy regarding any course.
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