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Teaching & Education Report
Teaching & Education Report
The Teaching & Educational Report is produced from WebCV. If you use WebCV to manage your CV, you will be able to generate the Teaching & Educational Report. Please prepare your Teaching & Educational Report from WebCV by selecting the Reports Menu in WebCV. Once selected, please ensure your report is generated by Academic Level. Your activities will be reported by:
If you do not manage your CV in WebCV, you are asked to prepare your Teaching & Education Report using a MicroSoft Word version available through this link. The MicroSoft Word version follows the same format available in WebCV.
As a further delineation on the Department's Responsibility to collect and manage teaching scores for faculty, the following summary provides a specific statement concerning the Department of Medicine's procedures and policies related to the management of teaching evaluation data.
Clinical teachers may obtain postgraduate education teaching scores through POWER three times a year (October 1, January 1 and April 1) during which time the application remains open for a one week period to allow teachers to obtain quarterly teaching scores. Thereafter, the application will allow teachers at the end of June to access the annualized city-wide scores. However, these reports do not provide percentile ranking across all Department of Medicine programs. The Department of Medicine Education Research Office provides this synthesis of all data obtained from the POWER database and finalizes the percentile ranking by August (for the prior academic year). The overall teacher score is normatively ranked against colleagues in the Department. Paper reports are mailed to the teacher. The teacher’s responsibility is to maintain this report for the Full Formal Teaching Dossier. The Department does not keep the individual reports.
In a similar method, teachers may acquire undergraduate teaching scores through MEDSIS. The teaching data is updated semi-annually (July and December). Similar to the postgraduate teaching synthesis, MEDSIS teaching scores are summarized into a city-wide comparison. These summaries are prepared as paper reports and mailed to the teacher. The teacher’s responsibility is to maintain these reports for the Full Formal Teaching Dossier. The Department does not keep the individual reports. Graduate teaching evaluation scores and teaching scores from other faculties would be distributed to the teacher by those departments and faculties.
Sample TES Reports
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