Presentations

Rice, G. “Right Side Up Learning,” invited presentation,” Innovations in Medical Education Conference, hosted by Keck School of Medicine, USC, Pasadena Hilton, March 4-6, 2006.

Rice, G., Nick, D., Anderson, L., Formative Dialogues in Teaching: Reflective Practice on the Scholarship of Teaching, International Society for Enhancing Teaching and Learning, accepted double-blind, peer-reviewed, October 19, 2006, Palm Springs, California

Rice, G., Dominos and Teaching, Southern California Faculty Development Learning Community, October 13, 2006, Claremont, California.

Rice, G., Right Side Up Learning, Southern California Faculty Development Learning Community, October 13, 2006, Claremont, California.

Carr, L., Rice, G., et al., Faculty Learning Communities, American Association of Medical Colleges, Group on Faculty Affairs Professional Development Conference, January 26-29, 2007, San Diego, CA.

Rice, G. Accelerating Learning and Reducing Lecturing, Innovations in Medical Education: Transforming Health Professions’ Education Through Innovation, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, March 4, 2007, Pasadena, California.

Rice, G., Applying Educational Psychology to the Worship Service: Motivating your Parishioners, Worship Leaders Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, March, 2007.

Rice, G. Formative Dialogues in Teaching.  Lilly West Conference on Teaching and Learning.  Claremont, California, March 15, 2007

Rice, G and Kroetz, A., Are We Having Fun Yet?  Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Annual Conference, April 19, 2007, San Jose, California.

Rice, G., Modeste, N., Nick, D., Formative Dialogues in Teaching, Education Conference and Faire 2008: Creating Effective Learning Environments, Feb 18, 2008.

Carr, L., Richlin, L., Rice, G., Faculty Learning Communities in Medical Education, Education Conference and Faire 2008: Creating Effective Learning Environments, Feb 18, 2008.

Carr, L, Rice, G, Faculty Learning Communities in Medical Education, USC Medical Innovations in Medical Education annual conference, Pasadena, California, March 8-9, 2008.

Rice, G.  Taft College Faculty Colloquia, Taft, California, January 12, 13, 2009

Team Based Learning

Assessment and Evaluation in Learning

Improving the Lecture

Clinical Teaching and Assessment

Rice, G, Using Games and Simulations in Medical Education, USC Medical Innovations in Medical Education annual conference, Pasadena, California, March 15, 2009.

Rice, G, Teaching for Excellent Learning:  Team Based Learning Groups, Lilly West Conference on Higher Education, Claremont, California, March 20-21, 2009

Rice, R, Rice, G. End of Life Care:  The Body as Symbol of the Person, Corpo, Salute Eidentita Personale,  Florence, Italy, May 9, 2009

Rice, G., Teaching for Excellent Learning: Using Games in the Higher Education Classroom, Lilly Conference on Higher Education, Travers City, Michigan, September 25, 2009.

Rice, G.  Taft College Faculty Colloquia, Taft, California, January 6, 7, 2010

Brain-based Learning

Magical Teaching

Clinical Teaching and Assessment (with Shirley Lee)

Rice, G., Discussion Teaching:  Using Cases, LLU Faculty Development Showcase Week, February 2, 2010.

Rice, G., Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Innovations in Medical Education: Transforming Health Professions Education through Innovation, USC Keck School of Medicine, Pasadena, California, March 14, 2010.

Rice, G., Right-Side-Up Learning, Harvard Macy Scholar Project, poster presentation,  May 2010, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G., “Right-Side-Up Learning: Starting and Stopping the Lecture,” poster presentation at the conference of the American Academy of Medical Colleges, November 5, 2010, Washington DC.

Rice, G., “Right-Side-Up Learning: Starting and Stopping the Lecture,” Harvard Macy Scholar Program, May 16, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G., “Set and Closure: Lecture Essentials,” (invited presentation) Harvard Macy Scholar Program, January 6, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G., Daily, R., and Rogers, T., “Formative Dialogues: Peer-Coaching for Improved Instruction,” LLU Faculty Development Showcase Week, Feb. 22, 2012

Rice, G., “Kindergarten for Medical Educators: Brain-Based Learning” (invited presentation) USC Keck School of Medicine Innovations in Medical Education Conference, February 26, 2012, Pasadena, California.

Rice, G., “Neurobiology and Medical Education” Harvard Macy Scholar Program, May 4, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G., and Oberg, K., “Team-Based Learning for Medical Education,” UTSA, San Antonio, School of Medicine, invited presentation, Master Teachers Induction, May 10, 2012.

Rice, G., “ Transformative Teaching and Learning,” LLU School of Pharmacy Faculty Seminars, July 9-13, 2012.

Rice, G., “Transforming Students through Transforming Teaching,” LLU Psychiatry Medicine Residency Program, July 18, 25, August 1, 8, 2012.

Rice, G., “Transformative Teaching and Learning,” LLU Nursing Staff Development, August 24, 2012.

Rice, G and Fisher, D., “Improving Retention in Large Group Teaching: 3 Sure-Fire Tips for Learning That Sticks” , Invited Workshop for USC Innovations in Medical Education Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California, February 24, 2013.

Rice, G., and Colbern, E., Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G., and Colbern, E., Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May, 2014, Boston, Massachusetts

Rice, G., and Johnson, E., “Student Success:  Practical Strategies to Increase Motivation, Engagement, and Learning,” Faculty Colloquium for Evergreen Valley College, August 29, 2014, San Jose, California.

Fisher, Dixie, Anita Richards, and Gail Rice, Getting Your Cool Idea Off the Ground, USC Keck School of Medicine, Innovations in Medical Education Conference, February 22, 2015.

Rice, G., and Colbern, E., Improving Retention through Repetition” Harvard Macy Institute Workshop for Health Educational Professions, May, 2015, Boston, Massachusetts.

Rice, G.,  Grabbing and Holding Learner Attention: The Myth of Multitasking, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, July 6, 2015.

Rice, G. and Slockett, D., Engaging the Online Learner, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, August 3, 2015.

Rice, G.,  Discussion/Case-Based Teaching, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, September 21, 2015.

Rice, G., Micro-Teaching¸ Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, October 8, 2015.

Rice, G. and Booker, N., Micro Teaching Fishbowl, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, November 2.

Rice, G. and Heine, N., OSCEs and Simulation Learning for Health Professional Students, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, November 30, 2016.

Rice, G. Formative Dialogues Certification Workshop, Adventist University of Health Sciences, ADU Professional Development, Orlando, Florida, January 25, 2016

Rice, G., Loma Linda University Best Practices in Education, Lilly Conference West, Evidence Based Teaching and Learning, February 18, 2016.

Rice, G., and Fisher, D., Turning Teaching Innovations into Scholarship, USC Keck School of Medicine Innovations in Medical Education annual conference, February 19 2016, San Gabriel, California.