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How To Create A Paperless Classroom With Your Blog

How To Create A Paperless Classroom With Your Blog | medical education | Scoop.it
I haven't used paper textbooks in my school for a few years now, as I've decided to go digital. Using my blog as a digital teaching and learning environment has drastically reduced the amount of paper consumption. You are more than welcome to check the following article that includes 8 Paperless Classroom examples.

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Educational Design Part 6: Program Evaluation

Educational Design Part 6: Program Evaluation | medical education | Scoop.it
This is the final post in a series on systematic education design.  (Check out previous topics: introduction, needs assessment, objectives, instructional methods and assessment.) Program evaluation...

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The Biggest Hurdle to Flipping Your Class - jonbergmann.com

The Biggest Hurdle to Flipping Your Class - jonbergmann.com | medical education | Scoop.it
The biggest hurdle to flipping your class is to change your THINKING about the best use of face to face class time.

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yes.. I agree

 

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Kay Lehmann's curator insight, July 2, 10:44 AM

Yes! What Jon Bergmann said, change your thinking about the best use of yourself as the teacher and the time in the classroom!

Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, July 2, 7:54 PM

Change your mind, change your classroom.  Flip that point of view!

Deirdre Bonnycastle's curator insight, July 6, 4:53 PM

For ideas about how to use class time see http://medicaleducation.wikifoundry.com/page/Using+the+Flipped+Classroom+Group+Time

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The Best Free Catalog of Film Clips That Can Be Legally Shared Online: MovieClips.com

The Best Free Catalog of Film Clips That Can Be Legally Shared Online: MovieClips.com | medical education | Scoop.it
“ MOVIECLIPS.com has movie trailers, previews, behind the scenes clips of old, new and upcoming films. Find videos of your favorite actors, actresses, scenes or watch clips of movies by producer, director or cast.”
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Lucy Beaton's curator insight, January 7, 10:58 PM

Comprehensive resource, as usual, by Robin Good.

Víctor Alarcón's curator insight, February 23, 3:10 PM

Amazing catalogue of film clips which can be shared & embedded

Sofia Anysiadou's curator insight, June 27, 5:15 AM

Ideal for  Preston's annual Film Festival..

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Diagnostic Errors in Medical Education: Where Wrongs Can Make Rights

Diagnostic Errors in Medical Education: Where Wrongs Can Make Rights presented by Kevin W Eva, PhD Program for Educational Research and Development, McMaster University
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How much is too much reading for medical students? ... [Acad Med. 2011] - PubMed - NCBI

How much is too much reading for medical students? ... [Acad Med. 2011] - PubMed - NCBI | medical education | Scoop.it
“ Medical students require significant time to complete assigned reading just once at the reading rates required to comprehend the cognitively challenging material. Before assigning reading, faculty should consider the amount that could reasonably be accomplished by their students..”
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Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs!

Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs! | medical education | Scoop.it
“ Need some extra verbs? Here you go! ~Mia”
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Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer's curator insight, July 31, 4:52 PM

Nice graphic of Blooms

Ryan Sines's curator insight, September 2, 1:08 PM

Visual reminder to ask high order thinking questions and tasks of students.

Paul Hobcraft's curator insight, September 3, 3:00 AM

Nice way of presenting this- could work for lots of different prompters

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Download New Book: Online Distance Education: Towards a Research Agenda | Distance-Educator.com

Intended as a primary reference and guide for distance educators, researchers, and policymakers, Online Distance Education addresses aspects of distance education practice that have often been marginalized, including issues of cost and economics, concerns surrounding social justice, cultural bias, the need for faculty professional development, and the management and growth of learner communities.
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How the Brain Learns—A Super Simple Explanation for eLearning Professionals

How the Brain Learns—A Super Simple Explanation for eLearning Professionals | medical education | Scoop.it
eLearning professionals should learn more about the biological basis of learning. Check out this simple explanation.

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Infographic: 5 Ways ELearning is Awesome

Infographic: 5 Ways ELearning is Awesome | medical education | Scoop.it

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cool graphic on elearning 

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How To Create A Paperless Classroom With Your Blog

How To Create A Paperless Classroom With Your Blog | medical education | Scoop.it
I haven't used paper textbooks in my school for a few years now, as I've decided to go digital. Using my blog as a digital teaching and learning environment has drastically reduced the amount of paper consumption. You are more than welcome to check the following article that includes 8 Paperless Classroom examples.

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Bridging the Gap Between Human Learners and eLearning Technology

Bridging the Gap Between Human Learners and eLearning Technology | medical education | Scoop.it
Truly effective eLearning design must strive to bridge the gap between our human learners and the eLearning technology.

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Online and There Is No Choice

Online and There Is No Choice | medical education | Scoop.it

"In a recent consultant’s report, in a section where the discussion focused on online degree programs, the report noted that 34% of the master’s degrees in education are earned through online education.  I’m not surprised and I fully expect that this number will exceed 50% within the next five years.  What is surprising to me is that there is still so much resistance to this inevitable trend."


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Infographic: Four Ways Technology Is Changing How People Learn

Infographic: Four Ways Technology Is Changing How People Learn | medical education | Scoop.it
eLearning professionals must understand and embrace the meaning and the implications of these changes in the learning process.

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Breathe New Life into Your eLearning Courses: 5 Helpful Mantras to Live By

Breathe New Life into Your eLearning Courses: 5 Helpful Mantras to Live By | medical education | Scoop.it
The following five helpful mantras provide refreshing ideas for creating eLearning courses that go beyond a conventional approach.

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think uncluttered!

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Becky Roehrs's curator insight, July 15, 9:05 AM

Excellent points to design/develop by!

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Narrative medicine as a means of training medical students toward residency competencies

Participating medical students reported that they perceived narrative medicine to be an important, effective, but counter-culture means of enhancing communication, collaboration, and professional development. The authors contend that these skills are integral to medical practice, consistent with core competencies


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interesting fits with my experience within a student selected component ... now to spread it to the rest of the curriculum

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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's curator insight, July 3, 3:03 AM

narrative medicine was medical training and case reports before public health?

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Diagnostic Errors in Medical Education: Where Wrongs Can Make Rights

Diagnostic Errors in Medical Education: Where Wrongs Can Make Rights presented by Kevin W Eva, PhD Program for Educational Research and Development, McMaster University
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Using narratives to trigger reflection. - PubMed Mobile

Limited opportunities may exist for students to develop insight into the challenges faced by doctors and patients presented with challenging or sensitive illness and difficult decisions. The use of patient and doctor narratives to facilitate discussion and encourage reflection on sensitive issues can offer a useful supplement to patient contact.
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Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics

This is the largest and most comprehensive metaanalysis of undergraduate STEM education published to date. The results raise questions about the continued use of traditional lecturing as a control in research studies, and support active learning as the preferred, empirically validated teaching practice in regular classrooms.
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The Critical Role of Feedback in Formative Instructional Practices

This paper (a) describes the role feedback plays in formative instructional practices, (b) suggests some evidence-based instructional strategies practitioners can employ to increase opportunities for feedback about their instruction, and (c) recommends ways to enhance the effectiveness of the feedback students receive.
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How the Brain Learns—A Super Simple Explanation for eLearning Professionals

How the Brain Learns—A Super Simple Explanation for eLearning Professionals | medical education | Scoop.it
“ eLearning professionals should learn more about the biological basis of learning. Check out this simple explanation.”
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How Flipped Classrooms Are Growing and Changing

How Flipped Classrooms Are Growing and Changing | medical education | Scoop.it
The teaching method is approaching “mainstream” status, according to the report.

 

"A new survey shows the flipped classroom model is expanding and changing in K–12 classrooms, with 30 percent more teachers adopting the teaching method since 2012."


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Social media gives professional development a long tail

Social media gives professional development a long tail | medical education | Scoop.it

"In many schools and learning organizations, professional development is still an “event.” It’s something that happens a few times a year, imparting isolated chunks of information and strategy to educators. This type of learning is often not pervasive enough to inform everyday practice.

 

Social media has the ability to change that. And teachers are starting to take this to heart."


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Attention & students checking out of the flipped classroom

Attention & students checking out of the flipped classroom | medical education | Scoop.it

Following a couple of conversations with students over the past week and reading a few articles in Clinical Teacher and Medical Education I've been thinking about attention in l...


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NLafferty's curator insight, March 1, 6:22 AM

There's a lot of hype about the flipped classroom and it's being promoted as a teaching approach to engage students in more active learning rather than just being passive recipients of information as in more traditional lectures.

But are students doing the necessary preparation for flipped sessions and are they more attentive and engaged than in ordinary lectures. The experience at the University of Virginia Medical School would indicate that students are checking out of these sessions, there is low attendance, students are unprepared and attention is still a problem.

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Are You a Change Agent?

Are You a Change Agent? | medical education | Scoop.it
There are some educators out there that make classroom technology integration look easy. For most of us, it’s a daunting task: converting your paper-and-folder, marker-and-poster classroom systems to mobile devices and the cloud. And the ones who dig right in, despite their reservations, to equip their students with the educational technology experiences they need for …

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NHS medical records rules 'broken'

NHS medical records rules 'broken' | medical education | Scoop.it
Medical records appear to have been wrongly given to the insurance industry by the health service, the NHS admits.
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