Palladino to present workshop on DREAM

Dr. Christie Palladino (left) showcases DREAM with Dr. Lara Stepleman (right).

Above: Dr. Christie Palladino (left) showcases DREAM with Dr. Lara Stepleman (right).

Dr. Christie Palladino will present “An Invitation to DREAM,” a workshop for educators, on Jan. 13 from 12-1 p.m. in Butler Meeting Room in the JSAC on the Georgia Regents University Summerville Campus.

Palladino is an Educational Researcher at the Educational Innovation Institute; she is Director & Associate Editor of the Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures (DREAM) and an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Georgia Regents University.

“An Invitation to DREAM” will provide an introduction to the Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures (DREAM), an innovative, new repository hosted by Georgia Regents University and the Association of American Medical College’s MedEdPORTAL. DREAM is a publicly available “one-stop shop” for assessments that have been tested in health professions education.

Attendees will receive a brief history of DREAM’s mission and methods, a live demonstration of DREAM resources, and information on ways to get involved with DREAM. Individuals with interest in educational assessment are needed to serve as DREAM authors and peer reviewers.

For more information, and for future professional development opportunities, contact the Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence or visit gru.edu/facultydevelopment.

http://www.gru.edu/ctl/

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