It probably comes as no surprise to anyone who knows me that I’m a little (??) bit competitive. The point was particularly highlighted this holiday season when my son received a cup stacking game (think Anna […]
#KeyLIMEPodcast 74: Can we deliver feedback after a high-stakes summative assessment?
One of the challenges we face, as educators, is aligning competing goals. High stakes assessment is a good example of competing goals. Is the goal of an assessment to promote learning or to determine if […]
#KeyLIMEPodcast 73: Maybe it’s time for patient outcomes (!?) to be included in assessment of trainees
The KeyLIME podcast this week dips into the controversy over the appropriate metrics for assessing competence in learners. David Cook has argued, appropriately, that patient outcomes (specifically in regards to program/curriculum evaluation) are heavily confounded […]
#KeyLIMEPodcast 72: The 5 factors that influence trust between a learner and a teacher
Is “trust” the 2015 education concept of the year? It is certainly a popular theme on the ICE blog (Trust Me, KeyLIME 71: Using TRUST as a scale for assessment?). I’ve even been a co-investigator on […]
#KeyLIMEPodcast 71: Using TRUST as a scale for assessment?
In her ICE blog post, Jen Kogan argues that direct observation assessments are critical in CBME. She then goes further to suggest that the framework that defines competence should be broadened to include patient outcomes […]