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Recognizing & Assisting the Struggling Learner

Lead(s): Julie Williamson

Intended Learning Outcomes

Facilitators

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Session Evaluation Tools

Intended Learning Outcomes

(What should learners be able to do after the session?)

  1. Explain their role in identifying struggling learners
  2. Describe the 4 categories of underperformance:
    1. cognitive – medical knowledge
    2. cognitive – clinical reasoning
    3. non-cognitive – attitude
    4. non-cognitive – affect
  3. Identify when to refer learners for various issues (e.g., substance abuse, mental health, harassment)
  4. Describe the Emory and community-based referral resources

Facilitators

Please email a facilitator directly to request a workshop. If you have questions, please email ulemu.luhanga@emory.edu

Name Email Areas of Expertise/Interest
Jeffrey Rakofsky, MD jrakofs@emory.edu Working with Struggling Learners
Noble Maleque, MD  mmnoble@emory.edu Competency Based Assessments, Interventions for the Struggling Learner

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

PENDING

Session Evaluation Tools

Please use the following web link or QR code to evaluate a Recognizing & Assisting the Struggling Learner session:

https://mstanba.wufoo.com/forms/core-curriculum-roadshow-struggling-learner/ 

Struggling Learner QR Code

Acknowledgements

Thank you to those who came together to develop the intended learning outcomes and list of suggested interactive learning and teaching activities:
Julie Williamson
Jeff Rakofsky