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This course, the second of two seminar classes in the Masters of Health Professions Education, is a seminar designed to assist students in the preparation of their portfolio of papers/projects reflective of their current and future knowledge and roles as Health Professions Educators. Major models and theories of program planning, program evaluation, learner assessment, and technology in health professions education reviewed and analyzed in relation to ongoing portfolio work. As an outcome of this course, students will write and develop four short papers that are comprehensive written reflections of their learning thus far in the MEHPE program. These papers will be part of their learning portfolios and will include: student and learner assessment plans, program planning for health professions education, evaluation of health professions programs, and best uses of technology in health professions programs. At the end of the class, students will formally present their portfolio to the class.