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Thursday, November 7 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm

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Participants in this workshop will engage in hands-on experiential activities by using a single set of tools and processes, which are then debriefed to several different learning targets. By analyzing their learning goals and the potential metaphors presented during the activity, participants will generate debriefing questions and themes, sharing them with learning partners who can provide them immediate feedback. This workshop is not of the “sit-back-and-learn” variety; it will challenge educators to rethink how they can broaden their use of tools and follow the learning-readiness of their students through appropriate debriefing techniques. Learning goals: 1) Participants will be able to explain the elements of and skills needed to lead a debriefing session designed to cement concepts from learning objectives in the classroom. 2) Participants will practice debriefing as both facilitators and learners, creating potential threads of debriefing questions to support lesson objectives.


Lori Thuente

Dr. Lori Thuente, PhD, RN, is the Director for Interprofessional Education and Practice for the DeWitt C. Baldwin Institute for Interprofessional Education and is also a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Interprofessional Health Studies program.Dr. Thuente received her PhD degree... Read More →

Bill Gordon

Bill Gordon is an Assistant Professor at Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, IL, dually appointed in the Department of Interprofessional Healthcare Studies and the Pre-Professional Health Sciences program. His teaches about teams (structure and functioning), communication... Read More →

Thursday November 7, 2019 1:15pm - 2:30pm
River Room

Attendees (5)