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Johns Hopkins Longitudinal Program in Teaching Skills

Applications are now being accepted for the 2016-2017 Johns Hopkins Longitudinal Program in Teaching Skills.
The Teaching Skills program provides educators in the biomedical field the opportunity to reflect on teaching and learning and practice skills in a supportive and collaborative learning environment.

Specific content areas covered include but are not limited to:

  • feedback
  • small group teaching
  • teaching in the presence of the patient
  • active learning strategies
  • role modeling
  • motivating learners
  • leadership
  • mentoring
  • conflict management
  • cultural competency

This course is designed for faculty whose career path is focused on becoming reflective, scholarly educators and leaders in the fields of medicine, public health, nursing, psychology and laboratory research.

The Longitudinal Program in Teaching Skills course is offered on Thursdays, 8:30 a.m.-noon, in two segments:

  • Part 1 runs weekly from September 8-December 15, 2016
  • Part 2 runs weekly from February 9-April 13, 2017.

Interested faculty should email Darilyn Rohlfing at to reserve a spot in the activity and to schedule a 15-minute phone meeting with Drs. Leah Wolfe or Rachel Levine, as the activity fills quickly. If you have any questions prior to the phone meeting, please contact Dr. Leah Wolfe at or Dr. Rachel Levine at

Tuition remission is available for Johns Hopkins University employees. For more information, visit:


Kelsey Bennett