PhD Michigan State University: Teacher Education
Stacey Pylman is an assistant professor in OMERAD. Her primary role is instructional coaching and faculty development for CHM faculty. She leads the Medical Educator – Excellence in Teaching (MEET) Certificate Program for CHM faculty. She also works directly with MSU faculty, community faculty, and faculty across the nation on teaching and learning projects that focus on teaching effectiveness, precepting skills, active learning strategies, online teaching, and student learning. Pylman is also editor of OMERAD’s Vital Signs eNewsletter and manages the DR-ED Listserv.
Pylman received her doctorate in Teacher Education at the College of Education at Michigan State University. Pylman has published her scholarship in top-tier journals such as The Journal of Teacher Education and Medical Teacher. She is currently involved in research projects looking at debriefing early clinical experiences, effective teaching in medical education, and instructional coaching.
Areas of Interest
Pylman’s teaching and research interests in medical education include effective teaching practices, clinician-educator action research, co-teaching, instructional coaching, active learning, questioning, instructional design, and clinician-educator teacher identity development.