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The ICO Celebrates 160 Years

On 13 September 2017, the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) marked 160 years working to improve eye health… More »

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Fifteen Years of ICO Fellowships - Program Report

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ICO Guide to Effective CPD/CME

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February 25, 2018 Recently Added from the American Academy of Ophthalmology
These recent resources from the AAO are available through their ONE Network and are excellent for practicing ophthalmologists, residents, and subspecialty fellows.
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April 11, 2018 Recently Added to the Center from our Editorial Board

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February 25, 2018 Session Highlights: WOEC Sessions at WOC2018

Join us for the World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium (WOEC) series of symposia and workshops spotlighting a variety of educational techniques. The WOEC sessions are designed for a diverse audience, from trained educators to practicing ophthalmologists interested in education.

As part of the WOEC, the course “Beyond the Lecture: Using Concept Maps to Promote Deep Learning of Medical Knowledge” will cover evidence supporting the use of mind maps to stimulate deep learning. Participants will have a hands on experience on how to create concept maps and how to teach this skill.

The case study “Complex Cases of Problem Residents: Discussing Prevention and Remediation” discussion will equip educators and program directors with the appropriate tools to feel confident applying effective remediation plans to deal with a variety of difficult situations.

Funding for the 2018 World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium sessions is provided in part by Carl Zeiss Meditec AG. Funding for the keynote luncheon of World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium is provided in part by the Alcon Foundation. We thank all of the supporters of the International Council of Ophthalmology's Teaching the Teachers Initiative.


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April 11, 2018 Session Highlights: World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium at WOC2018

Join the ICO for the World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium (WOEC) series of symposia and workshops spotlighting a variety of educational techniques at the 2018 World Ophthalmology Congress®, 16–19 June in Barcelona.

This month we would like to highlight the symposium: “Ophthalmic Education Based on Evidence: Today's Facts and Future Perspectives of Application,” on Tuesday, 19 June, which will cover the definition, importance, and need for evidence-based medical education and provide some examples to improve teaching.

We thank our 2018 WOEC sessions supporter the Alcon Foundation, and the WOEC keynote luncheon supporter Carl Zeiss Meditec AG.

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April 5, 2018 Session Highlights: World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium Sessions at WOC2018

Join us for the World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium (WOEC) series of symposia and workshops spotlighting a variety of educational techniques at the 2018 World Ophthalmology Congress, 16–19 June in Barcelona.

This month we would like to highlight two symposia: “Simulation for Teaching and Learning” on Sunday, 17 June, which will teach participants about surgical simulation and how to implement these low cost tools. “Less is More: Focused Workplace Placement Based Assessments (WPBA) in Busy Disciplines” on Tuesday, 19 June, will give examples of WPBA tools, and will teach participants the rationale and steps for implementation of WPBAs for their own programs.

We thank all the supporters of the ICO's Teaching the Teachers Initiative, including our 2018 WOEC sessions supporter Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, and the WOEC keynote luncheon supporter, the Alcon Foundation.

Learn more about the educator sessions and schedule during the WOEC

Register for the World Ophthalmology Congress in Barcelona, Spain.


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January 25, 2018 Technology Blog: Easy Accents for Spanish Words
This post from the Technology for Teaching and Learning Blog will be helpful for teachers from Spanish-speaking countries who use English keyboards or English speakers who occasionally have to type words in Spanish with accents.
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February 25, 2018 Videos of the Scientific Groups of the Peruvian Society of Ophthalmology/Videos de los Grupos Científicos de la Sociedad Peruana de Oftalmología
These Spanish-language videos from the Peruvian Society of Ophthalmology cover a variety of topics useful for your teaching or to share with your learners.
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April 5, 2018 Webinar: Technology Enhanced Learning

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine offers several online courses and webinars in 2018. Their next webinar will be on Thursday, 29 March at 3pm (BST). Ms. Veronica Mitchell, an experienced human rights educator, will discuss the digital skills and tools health professionals can use to support technology enhanced learning.

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January 25, 2018 World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium Sessions at WOC2018

Join us for the World Ophthalmic Education Colloquium (WOEC) series of symposia and workshops spotlighting a variety of educational techniques during the World Ophthalmology Congress® (WOC) in Barcelona, Spain, 16–19 June 2018. These sessions are designed for a diverse audience, from trained educators to practicing ophthalmologists interested in education and are open to all attendees of the Congress.

As part of the WOEC, the symposium “Teaching and Assessing Surgical Competence” will be held Saturday, 16 June from 8:30 to 10:00 in Hall 8, Rm 26. This invited symposium provides tips for effective teaching, time management, and delivering objective feedback. Included is how to develop a step-by-step learning process with clear objectives and goals for each of the stages of surgical learning.

The symposium “Innovative Formats for Teaching in Graduate Medical Education and CPD” will be held Saturday, 16 June from 14:00 to 15:30 at Hall 8, Rm 25. This symposium will cover innovations for teaching and continuing professional development (CPD) including work-based learning, the use of surgical simulation, internet-based learning, use of portfolios, how to add metacognition to CPD, and innovative assessment methods.


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