1. College Night


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    Representatives from UofM, MSU, Oakland University and Hillsdale College answer questions on admission policy, GPA, and their curriculum offerings as well as answer Q & A from audience members.

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    • Pre-admission Screening of Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment: Considerations for Emergency Services Staff


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      Presentation made by Elizabeth Kirkland and Amy S. Powell on the 17th of May 2012 (event supported by the Virginia Center on Aging's GTE Initiative). All rights reserved.

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      • Informations Concours 2015 - Ensad


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        Séance filmée lors des journées Portes ouvertes 2015. © EnsAD / Olivier Kurzer

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        • Professor Kevin Eva: Recent advances in admissions technology


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          Abstract: Recent advances in admissions technology: What has the MMI taught us about selecting health professionals. Despite the critical importance of maintaining a valid and transparent selection process that serves the values held by all stakeholders involved in medical education (i.e., students, faculty, society), there continue to be problems with the current state of available admissions protocols. Some problems derive from inertia induced by inaccurate intuitions pertaining to the nature of admissions protocols and the underlying qualities being measured. Others arise from the lack of reliable and valid admissions protocols to capture the non-academic qualities of candidates. In this presentation I will review some of these issues and present the research conducted to date on a new sampling-based approach to health professional student selection known as the Multiple Mini-Interview. Biography: Dr Kevin Eva completed his PhD in Cognitive Psychology (McMaster University) in 2001 and became Editor-in-Chief for the journal Medical Education in 2008. He maintains a number of international appointments including the University of Maastricht (Netherlands) and the University of Bern (Switzerland) and has consulted broadly around the globe including advisory roles for the National Board of Medical Examiners (US) and the Medical Council of Canada. He is founding Co-director of the Maastricht-Canadian Master of Health Professional Education program. His current research interests are broadly defined within the context of research into educational practices within the health professions. They include research into (1) The value and limits of subjective judgment, (2) The promotion and assessment of non-cognitive characteristics in professional practice, (3) The context specific nature of performance, (4) The conceptualization, nature, and use of self-assessment, (5) The psychological processes that impact upon one’s responsiveness to feedback, and (6) The nature of clinical expertise. Recent awards for this work include the MILES Award for Mentoring, Innovation, and Leadership in Education Scholarship from the Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference, the John Ruedy Award for Innovation in Medical Education from the Association of Faculties of Medicine in Canada, the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Medical Council of Canada, and the John P. Hubbard award from the National Board of Medical Examiners (US).

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          • Jean Hanff Korelitz - "Admission"


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            • Using Social Media in Higher Education


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              Universities and institutes of higher education have tremendous power to connect with students, potential students, alumni and donors using new digital media tools. Effective use of these tools saves incredible time and leads to growth in applicants, alumni connections, educational outcomes and more. Learn how to do what works and how to avoid what doesn't in this insightful webinar, perfect for professors, alumni coordinators, recruiters, regents and anyone working in higher ed.

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              • Lottery - 2.11.15


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                A video of Amana Academy charter school's lottery for the 15-16 school year. There is a break in the recording at about 18:30 - the camera stopped recording, and we missed a few seconds of the lottery. It picks back up shortly after the break.

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                • Anarth-In the Name of Education


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                  Say NO to RAGGING A small documentary on Ragging (Hazing in India), one of the biggest problems of education system of India. An initiative of CURE(Coalition to Uproot Ragging from Education).

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                  • 03/04/12 - 1 John 1:5-2:2 - Connecting with God through Confession


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                    Thirsty Series - Our souls resonate with the words Asaph penned in Psalm 73:28, "But as for me, the nearness of God is my good." We long to know the nearness of God. And, worship, fellowship, fasting, giving, and serving aid us in enjoying His nearness. But, what happens when the wheels come off, when we sin? Nearness can still be enjoyed if we'll learn to engage in confession. "One sure antidote to spiritual isolation is confession."

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