Thursday, June 12
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Dinner at Prairie Moon Winery (Optional; no extra cost, but registration is required.)
Friday: June 13
7:30-8:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:25-8:40 Introductions and Welcome- Andrew Maccabe, Executive Director, AAVMC; Lisa Nolan, Dean; Claire Andreasen, Associate Dean; Jared Danielson, Program Chair
  InterProgram Exchange Teaching and Learning Innovation in Teaching
8:45-9:35 Starting and maintaining teaching academies at colleges of veterinary medicine:
I. Lane, N. Howell, M. Sims, M. Bailey, S. Hines, R. Tucker
Backwards Design for Equine Limb Anatomy: reimagining and reinvigorating a first year course: E. Malone, J. Lindgren Clinical Education-surgical skills education:
J. Korich, D. Smeak, L. Hill, J. Tayce, L. Keefe
9:45-10:35 Peer Evaluation of Teaching:
I. Lane
Empowering Student Learning in the CVM Active Learning Classroom:
D. Wingert, A. Beitz, T. Molitor, C. Clarkson, D. C. Brooks
Using video to facilitate reflection during psychomotor skills training:
J. Settlage
10:45-11:35 Curriculum Mapping: Different approaches toward a common goal:
K. Inzana, N. Howell, P. Schmidt
Collaborative Case-Based Activities for Cardiology:
J. Korich, A. Saunders, J. Tayce, L. Keefe
The Big Picture-Presenting Detail-rich Images for Impact and Insight:
F. Williams
11:45-12:35 The evolution of Active Integrated learning, A year 2 course designed to teach clinical reasoning:
K. Friedrichs, L. Sullivan, M. Collins
Using Team-based Learning as a Methodology to Develop Students’ Problem-Solving Skills and introduce them to Problem-based Learning:
J. Taboada, A. Daniel, S. Johnson, S. Merchant
Clinical neurology rotation: Impact on Student Learning:
E. Davies, A.S. Fletcher
12:35-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:20 Making basic sciences relevant and engaging to pre-clinical veterinary students while providing knowledge and skills for subsequent courses:
V. Fajt
Students as Creators: Engagement of veterinary students in all four of Boyer’s scholarships through student-led pedagogical research projects:
R. Weller, S. May
Theory-Informed Design of Case-based e-Learning Module to Enhance Veterinary Students’ Intra-Operative Decision-Making Ability:
K. Creevey, K. Cornell, C. Schmidt, M. Radlinksy, H. Park, R. Hui, Y. Qian, I. Choi
2:30-3:20 How to align clinical teaching and the client experience to create practice ready veterinarians:
D. Zimmel
Providing Effective Feedback with Rubrics:
S. Dawson, T. Miller
Coordination and Management of Large, Team-Taught Courses in the Illinois Veterinary Curriculum:
D. Morin, J.H. Foreman, L.K. McNeil, P. Hoien-Dalen, R. Aldridge
3:30-4:20 Panel Discussion: All Presenters Achieving High Quality Learning Outcomes Through Constructive Alignment of Learning Objectives, Teaching, and Assessment:
S. Matthew, K. Pelzer, J Pelzer, J. Hodgson
Development of an Integrated Ethics and Communication Module for Second-Year Veterinary Students-The Good, The Bad, and The Devilish:
R. Schoenfeld-Tacher, K. Dowers, J. Shaw, P. Hellyer, S. Byers, L. Kogan
4:30-5:20 Tours/etc.
5:30-8:00 Poster Reception at Reiman Gardens
Saturday: June 14
7:30-8:15 Breakfast
8:25-8:40 Announcements/Business
8:45-9:45 Key Note: “Facilitating the Acquisition of Expert Medical Performance: Lessons from Chess Masters, Elite Athletes, and Concert Musicians”   Dr. K. Anders Ericsson
  InterProgram Exchange Teaching and Learning Innovation in Teaching
10:00-10:50 Students doing time and creating time, service learning opportunities in unique learning environments at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine:
J. Taboada, K. Saile, W. Wolfson
The Current and Future Role of the Veterinary Library in Education:
A. Nault

Question & Answer Time
Dr. K Anders Ericsson

11:00-11:50 What do students learn at 2 A. M.? Clinical Emergency and Critical Care: Mentoring Students 24/7/365:
M. Kerl

The Effect of Applied Cognitive Load Upon Teaching:
E. Read, M. Read, S. Baillie

Creating a Community of Learning with Instructional Technology in a Blended Domestic Animal Immunology Course:
M. Wilkerson, H. Wang

12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:10-2:00 Evaluating clinical competency using a universal rubric and longitudinal assessment:
L. Molgaard
Teaching Basic Sciences in a Clinical Context: An Innovative Approach to Teaching Students at the Royal Veterinary College:
C. Lawson, R. Lumbis
The development and impact of an undergraduate Computer-Assisted Veterinary Interactive Anatomy Resource (CAVIAR) on recall and integration of knowledge:
R.A. Rubio, S. Powney, K. Whittlestone, Latorre, O. Lopez, N. Short, R. Macharia
2:15-3:05 Panel Discussion: All Presenters Team Based Learning in a Subsection of a Veterinary Course: a Controlled Comparison to Standard Lectures:
E. Malone, A. Spieth
Parallel-Learning in a Problem-Based Learning Curriculum: Using the Same Case for Different Levels of Learners:
M.C. Barr, J.L. Buur, D.R. Smylie
3:10-3:40 Closing Remarks/Wrap Up