We know student feedback is important, but what happens
when students aren’t necessarily objective evaluators? Sometimes input can be
counterproductive—especially when the classroom is emotionally charged. But,
what if there was a way to channel this into constructive feedback that can
benefit you and the classroom, or even a school as a whole? Even better, what
if there were a student-led organization whose purpose was to increase
educational satisfaction among students and faculty? With the right
scaffolding, most feedback can be more helpful than educators might realize.
During this free webinar, we will explore how the Roseman Possibilities Team (RPT) works to improve classroom interaction and satisfaction among both learners and educators. This unique approach allows the classroom to overcome potential obstacles in dental education and emphasizes the ability to discover their educational pathways.
Note: This is a preview of the session that will be featured at the 2020 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition. Join our 2020 celebration with a “sneak peek” of this important topic.
- Identify barriers to receiving effective student feedback.
- Discover a framework that promotes student involvement in classroom improvement and encourages real-time constructive feedback as a pathway for future educators.
- Demonstrate innovative ways to implement useful data from student feedback and develop a framework that has a positive impact on dental education.
The American Dental Education Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
An evaluation form is available to participants after the conclusion of the live webinar. To earn continuing education (CE) credit for participation in the webinar, the online evaluation must be completed in full by Jan. 23, 2023. After completing the evaluation, webinar participants can print and save the CE Verification Form.
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.
The American Dental Education Association designates this activity for 1.00 continuing education credit.
All speakers agree that neither they nor members of their immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to their presentation.