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November
19
2020

Live Discussion– Beyond Icebreakers – Psychological Safety in the Online Environment

19 November 2020, 2:30-4pm | ONLINE event
UCLPartners invites you to join our second installment of “Improving the use of Digital Teaching Modalities”

Following Tim Young’s session in September, we will shift focus from the technical considerations to the psychology of learner-engagement in online education.

We have partnered with colleagues at KCL, QMUL and Maudsley Simulation to put this session together. We will discuss our experiences, barriers, and what has worked/not worked to create and maintain pysch safety.  

Speakers

The panel will include members of Maudsley Simulation and Dr Raj Kainth.

Dr Raj Kainth is an esteemed colleague of London Simulation Networks, a paediatrician, a lecturer at King’s College London on the postgraduate programme in Clinical Education and at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Simulation and Interactive Learning (SaIL) Centre as senior simulation faculty. Dr Raj Kainth is also currently in his final year of a PhD.

Maudsley Simulation are the UKs first mental health sim centre and have an outstanding track record of collaboration and innovation in education.

We are delighted to be joined by both Raj and the Maudsley team.

Pre-session videos

We would like to strongly encourage all attendees interested in joining to watch the following videos. These will be used as a starting point for questions and discussion

Building a psychologically safe workplace – Amy Edmonson – 11 min 26 seconds. A presentation on of some of the reasons why we don’t ask questions in the workplace and how we can create an environment where we do (ask questions).

Beyond Icebreakers – Understanding, Fostering and Sustaining Psychological Safety in Online Environments – Ranjev Kainth – 26 min 8 seconds. A presentation Raj recently gave QMUL Trauma Course faculty

It also may be worth having a look at the following article  (by Adam Cheng, Michael Kolbe and co). Raj says “It’s a nice read integrating some of theory to practice” https://advancesinsimulation.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s41077-020-00141-1

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