PRåM’s pedagogical conference, April 9th at BMC
The theme for this conference is feedback, and Professor Tom Angelo from University of North Caroline will give a keynote lecture and a workshop on this topic. Prof Angelo is the author of Classroom assessment techniques (CAT) which is widely used around the world. He has worked with formative feedback and has a background in both medicine and pharmacy.
When Tuesday April 9th, at 10.00 – 16.00 at BMC
Whom All teaching personnel and students within our disciplinary domain.
To do What project do you want to present? “Have you tested a new teaching method?”; “Do you have a new idea that you want to discuss with colleagues?” - Write a short description of your idea (max 150 words) and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
10.00 Registration and coffee
10.30 Introduction by vice-rector Torsten Svensson
10.40 Keynote Lecture by Professor Tom Angelo - How Less Can Often Be More
12.00 Lunch with round-table discussions
13.00 Parallel sessions
14.15 Workshop with Professor Tom Angelo - How Well Are Students Learning What We're Teaching? Practical Formative Assessment Options
15.45 Closure by Margareta Hammarlund-Udenaes, Dean at the Faculty of pharmacy