ADEA CCI Liaison Ledger

Fall 2017: Introducing ADEA CCI 2.0 at the ADEA CCI Liaisons Summer Meeting

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In September 2016, ADEA convened a community of stakeholders to relaunch the ADEA Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental Education (ADEA CCI) as ADEA CCI 2.0—a multi-institutional faculty development program. The commission introduces a Steering Committee composed of six dental educators who have been influential in promoting change. Several of these individuals joined me in Baltimore this past June for the 2017 ADEA CCI Liaisons Summer Meeting. This issue of the ADEA CCI Liaison Ledger contains excerpts of conversations with these Steering Committee members about the meeting and the work the CCI Liaisons will be doing. 

Summer 2017: Lifelong Learning

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Since 2011, CODA standards have obligated dental schools to graduate students who demonstrate “professional values and capacities associated with self-directed, lifelong learning.” While all of our schools strive to achieve this goal, cultivating students who will make a habit of self-directed learning is still a work in progress. Fortunately, we have colleagues who have devoted themselves to the pursuit of encouraging lifelong learning and are willing to share what they have learned.

Spring 2017: Managing Stress

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n this edition of the ADEA CCI Liaison Ledger, we consider the ways in which meditation and other stress management practices improve focus and academic performance—two assets with enormous value for dental students.

Winter 2016: Social Media

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If you were a regular viewer of The Ellen DeGeneres Show back in 2012, you may remember a particularly cringe-worthy episode titled You Posted That on Facebook? During the episode, Ms. DeGeneres caught members of her audience off guard when she broadcasted content from their Facebook accounts. Today, the ability of individuals to embarrass themselves through social media is hardly surprising, but such missteps can have serious consequences for students and for our institutions.

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