Peer Evaluation

Presented by Ruth Levine, M.D., and Paul Koles, M.D. on October 7, 2010 at 12:00 am

Peer evaluation is an essential component of Team Based Learning, yet many health science educators have encountered difficulties when attempting to incorporate a peer evaluation program into their TBL courses. Peer evaluation is often perceived as an uncomfortable or threatening process.  In this webinar, we will introduce to you the reasons for peer evaluation,   strategies of peer evaluation that have been used in Team Based Learning, and the advantages and disadvantages of the major strategies. We will illustrate the peer evaluation methods that we both use and the reasons that we have incorporated these methods into our respective curricula.

Presenter Bios

Ruth LevineRuth Levine, MD
Professor of Psychiatry
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas
rlevine@utmb.edu

I have been using TBL in the Psychiatry clerkship since 2002, and in the Neuroscience and Human Behavior course since 2003. I have conducted numerous workshops and assisted faculty in a variety of disciplines to learn about and establish Team-Based Learning programs in medical student, resident, and nursing education. TBL consulting to local, national and international audiences.


Paul KolesPaul G. Koles, M.D.
Associate Professor of Pathology
Director, Pathology Education

Education M.D.:

Loma Linda University (1979)
Internship: Kettering Medical Center
Residency: Kettering Medical Center (1985)