Baylor College of Medicine

Master Teachers Fellowship Program

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The primary aim of the MTFP is to enhance the educational mission of the College by improving the knowledge, skills and attitudes of individual faculty in the field of medical education. Specifically, the fellowship is designed to increase:

Knowledge of key educational principles and theories.

Skills in lecturing, facilitating, designing and evaluating lessons and curricula.

Interest in and ability to serve as an educational leader.

Self-reflection and readiness to benefit from constructive feedback from learners and peers.

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What Is the Fellowship Format?

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Retreat: A day-long retreat kicks off the fellowship, which is designed to help members of the class build collaborative relationships and a conceptual foundation for the remainder of the fellowship.

Topical Discussions: Once a month, members of the MTFP class meet for didactic programming delivered by an expert in the area specific topics (i.e., educational pedagogy, evaluation, research).

Independent Projects: Fellows are required to complete, primarily during the second year of the fellowship, an educational project that involves application of educational principles to address a meaningful educational problem.

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What Time Commitment Does It Require?

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A new class of fellows are selected and initiated every two years. The next class will form in 2023. The fellowship extends for 24 months, starting in October. During this time, fellows are expected to commit at least six hours per month to prepare for and attend Friday afternoon sessions and to work on their independent projects. They must also include time for workshops and mini-fellowships.

Fellows should be prepared to make a 5 percent time commitment to the program.

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What is the Cost?

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Tuition is $500. The department or the section is asked to pick up the cost of the program for their faculty members. If they do not agree to cover the charges, we will need to obtain tuition fees from you. We will contact your chairs as well to ask them to fund this tuition. If you would prefer for us to not contact your chair, please let us know.

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Co-Directors

People
First Name
Alison
Middle Name
J.
Last Name
Haddock
Assistant Professor
First Name
Alana
Middle Name
D
Last Name
Newell
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
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Program Manager

People
First Name
Bina
Last Name
Benavides
Senior Program Management Associate
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