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Uso de Herramientas web 2.0 para la enseñanza y aprendizaje de la medicina
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Medical Education 2.0 Transformation Required - SMPH Video Library

Medical Education 2.0 Transformation Required - SMPH Video Library | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Health Sciences Videos in the UW SMPH Video Library
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Una Charla de David Irby sobre la necesidad de transformacion de la educacion medica 2.0 fechada en mayo de 2013 en la Universidad de Wisconsin

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32 Research-Based Instructional Strategies -

32 Research-Based Instructional Strategies - | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
You want to teach with what’s been proven to work. That makes sense.

In the ‘data era’ of education that’s mean research-based instructional strategies to drive data-based teaching, and while there’s a lot to consider here we’d love to explore more deeply, for now we’re just going to take a look at the instructional strategies themselves.

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Marta Torán's curator insight, August 22, 2016 1:54 PM
Una lista de estrategias para el diseño intruccional basadas en la investigación.
Gloria Huerta's curator insight, August 23, 2016 12:12 AM
Estrategias para aprendizaje basado en la investigación, contiene links para ampliar algunas de ellas.
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Vocal Biomarkers: New Opportunities in Prevention - The Medical Futurist

Vocal Biomarkers: New Opportunities in Prevention - The Medical Futurist | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
How to define vocal biomarkers?

According to the latest scientific studies, it is definitely not negative, if your voice betrays you. On the contrary! The characteristics of your voice – or as medicine labels them, vocal biomarkers – reveals a lot about your health; and help in detecting serious diseases and health risks.

The term “biomarker”, the shortened version of “biological marker” refers to medical signs, which indicate the medical state observed from outside the patient. So while patients sense symptoms, medical professionals measure biomarkers. Currently, they take into account all kinds of objective, quantifiable biomarkers ranging from biochemical, radiology markers to various health parameters. And as you could have guessed already, vocal biomarkers are medical signs deducted from the features of your voice.

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[MOOC] Pasos básicos para un aprendizaje personalizado en el aula

[MOOC] Pasos básicos para un aprendizaje personalizado en el aula | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it

Imagínense un aula donde solamente hubiese un profesor y un alumno ¿mejoraría su aprendizaje? Pues depende:

Si el profesor imparte docencia como si la estuviese impartiendo en un aula con 40 alumnos, entonces el resultado del aprendizaje no variaría, sería el mismo que si ese alumno estuviese en una clase normal.Si el profesor realiza una evaluación diagnóstica y adapta los recursos, la estrategia formativa y el ritmo de aprendizaje al alumno, entonces su aprendizaje será mucho más eficaz.


Es evidente que ningún sistema educativo soportaría una ratio profesorado/alumnado en clase de 1/1 o de 12/1 y, en alguna universidad, ni tan siquiera de 40/1

Sencillamente no se hace aprendizaje personalizado por el alto coste pero además, hay otro problema: el profesorado no está acostumbrado a utilizar técnicas y procesos de aprendizaje personalizado, sencillamente por el esfuerzo que requiere.


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How Self-Directed Learning Can Benefit Every Student

How Self-Directed Learning Can Benefit Every Student | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it

Students teaching themselves? Who ever heard of this? Is this even possible? What exactly do we mean by self-directed learning, anyway? I love the following definition from Blake Boles.


What it isn’t:


“isolated, unstructured, or unchallenging learning.”


“classrooms and teachers as the root of all evil.”


What it is:


“purposefully choosing what and how you’ll learn.”


“an understanding and embrace of your personal learning style.”


“all types of learning—including highly structured learning—are valid when you consciously choose them.”



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David W. Deeds's curator insight, August 15, 2016 6:41 PM

Good stuff! Thanks to Juan Doming.

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MedEd 2.0: Competency Based Medical Education, by Eric Holmboe, MD : Chapter 1 of 6

Medical Education 2.0 ( MedEd 2.0) Series Course director: VJ Periyakoil,MD, Stanford University, Stanford, California, Speaker: Eric Holmboe, MD, Chie
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Why build a Personal Learning Network?

Why build a Personal Learning Network? | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Time spent developing your Personal Learning Network is time well spent but it does take time. The danger busy teachers face is in becoming so engrossed in dealing with the day to day business of teaching that we make poor choices when it comes to time spent on our personal learning. We manage to find time for our students, for phone calls home, for report writing and programming all the while letting our engagement with learning slip down the list of things to do. Ensuring your personal learning is a priority is essential and should be seen against the value it brings to your students; enhance your teaching and you enhance their learning.

 

Munro, Hopkins and Craig recognise this when they state ‘Student outcomes depend on the teaching in the school, its pedagogic capital’. For you, your school and most importantly your students time invested in building a Personal Learning Network is time spent developing your pedagogic capital. 

 

Learn more:

 

https://globaleducationandsocialmedia.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/pkm-personal-professional-knowledge-management/

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=PLN

 


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Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, September 30, 2015 2:56 PM

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Tamie Douglas's curator insight, September 30, 2015 9:05 PM

A great article ensuring that Educators make time to continually invest time into their own learning practices. Information is always changing, being updated,  being expanded, or being debated, so educators need to be aware of these adjustments. By analysing their knowledge and beliefs on certain topics and researching other perspectives educators will show growth and critical thinking in their own learning strategies.  

Dan Kirsch's curator insight, October 1, 2015 8:06 AM

Great point!! I truly believe that I have continued my life long learning by becoming a member of a PLN!!! It as lead me to be a member of a global collaboration blog! 

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Comprendiendo la Taxonomía de Marzano y Kendall

Comprendiendo la Taxonomía de Marzano y Kendall | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it

La Taxonomía o Clasificación elaborada por Marzano y Kendall, también llamada la Taxonomía de los Objetivos Educativos, se fundamenta en la Taxonomía de Bloom, pero incorpora los nuevos conocimientos sobre el proceso del pensamiento humano, generados mucho después de que se creó la Taxonomía original de Bloom, entre 1948 y 1956. 


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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, September 24, 2015 5:29 AM

Comprendiendo la Taxonomía de Marzano y Kendall | @scoopit via @netlearning20 http://sco.lt/...

JUAN NUÑEZ MESINA's curator insight, September 24, 2015 11:25 AM

Por favor: revisar y recomendar a los autores.

 

Atentamente

 

Profesor

JUAN NUÑEZ MESINA

Grisell Rodriguez's curator insight, September 25, 2015 10:08 AM

Based on Bloom's Taxonomy

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TIC PARA LA MEJORA EDUCATIVA EN AULAS HOSPITALARIAS


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Doctors Lack Tools to Discuss Toxic Exposures with Pregnant Patients: Survey

Doctors Lack Tools to Discuss Toxic Exposures with Pregnant Patients: Survey | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it

“By Dr. Mercola If you're a pregnant woman, avoiding exposure to environmental toxins is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your developing baby.”


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Conferencia "Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación Aplicadas a la Educación Médica" - YouTube

Ponencia presentada dentro de la Sesión General del 10 de diciembre de 2010, por el Lic. Antonio Mendoza, Jefe del CEIDS del Hospital General de México. Pres...
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Top 20 Free Video Conferencing Tools 2013

Top 20 Free Video Conferencing Tools 2013 | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Best free downloadable and web-based video conferencing tools for holding multi-party video calls

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Stephanie Moreau's curator insight, February 18, 2014 8:33 AM

outils de webconf open source 

gustavo salazar's curator insight, March 12, 2014 3:28 PM

excelentes plataformas

Jeff's curator insight, March 20, 2017 4:37 PM
Nice tools for family telepresence
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The Social Network of Healthcare - How Instagram and Twitter are Providing New Insights

Luis Rocha, Director of the Complex Systems Program in the School of Information and Computing at Indiana University Bloomington, explains the new software-driven approach to medical research. Big data generated through social media such as Twitter and Instragram provides a far deeper and fuller examination of the impact of medicines and diseases, leading to greater actionable insights to improve the efficacy of prevention and treatment.

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New Evidence Suggests Parkinson's Might Start in the Gut, Not the Brain

New Evidence Suggests Parkinson's Might Start in the Gut, Not the Brain | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
A new study adds to a growing body of research that suggests we might have been thinking about Parkinson's disease wrong this whole time.

Instead of being isolated to the brain, new evidence in mice suggests that the condition might actually start in the gut. And it could explain some of the strange coincidences seen in the disease, such as why most Parkinson's patients complain of constipation up to a decade before other symptoms arise.

Parkinson's disease is most commonly associated with tremors, stiffness, and difficulty moving, caused by neurons deep in the brain being killed off.

Although there are treatments to slow the progress of the condition, there's no way to prevent or cure it, and researchers still don't really understand what causes it and how it progresses.

For years, scientists have limited the search for the cause of Parkinson's to the brain, but a growing body of evidence suggests that might be the wrong approach.

Parkinson's might actually originate in the gut before spreading to the brain, it could explain some of the strange links researchers have seen with Parkinson's patients.

Researchers have noticed that people with Parkinson's often report constipation, as well as other digestive problems, up to 10 years before they notice tremors. There's also evidence that people with Parkinson's disease have different gut bacteria to other healthy adults.

Now a new study in mice has shown that the toxic fibres that build up around the nerve cells of Parkinson's patients can influence the nerves in the brain in a matter of weeks.

"We have discovered for the first time a biological link between the gut microbiome and Parkinson's disease," said lead researcher Sarkis Mazmanian from the Californian Institute of Technology (Caltech).

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ultimamente todo esta en la microbiota... sorprendente!!!
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Stanford Medicine launches Center for Digital Health

Stanford Medicine launches Center for Digital Health | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
The Stanford University School of Medicine has launched a Center for Digital Health which will help support greater efficacy data for digital health tools by providing Silicon Valley companies with opportunities to develop, test, and implement new tools in collaboration with the university.

“With our biomedical expertise and location in Silicon Valley, Stanford Medicine is uniquely positioned to be a leader in the field of digital health,” Dr. Lloyd Minor, dean of the School of Medicine, said in a statement. “The new Center for Digital Health fits well within the framework of the biomedical revolution in precision health at Stanford by using the most advanced digital technologies and tools to develop care that is tailored to individual patients.”

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Big Learning from Small Screens: Using Mobile Technology in Medical Education

Big Learning from Small Screens: Using Mobile Technology in Medical Education | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
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TEDxMaastricht - Lawrence Sherman - "Turning medical education inside out and upside down"

"Turning medical education inside out and upside down" Lawrence (@meducate) is known globally as a Continuing Medical Education innovator. Lawrence use
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Lawrence Sherman concepts: patient from day one, longlife learning, multiintertransdisciplinary teaching (teach the team)
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Why Telehealth is the Future of Aging Care - HealthIT & mHealth

Why Telehealth is the Future of Aging Care - HealthIT & mHealth | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
A once-futuristic practice in healthcare that is gaining traction with more providers thanks to the rapid improvement and availability of streaming and mob

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Too Much Teacher Talk? Nine Ways to Improve Class Discussions

Too Much Teacher Talk? Nine Ways to Improve Class Discussions | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Too many classroom discussions are still dominated by teacher talk. This post offers nine simple suggestions for increasing the impact of class discussions.

 

Be more focused and for less time – It’s easy to forget that students are newcomers to academic discourse. Academics can go on about a topic of interest for days; hours, if it’s a department meeting. Students aren’t used to exchanges that include points, counterpoints, and connections to previous points with references to research, related resources, and previous experience. Early on, students do better with short discussions—focused and specific. Think 10 minutes, maybe 15.


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The Best Websites for Finding Academic Books and Journals.

The Best Websites for Finding Academic Books and Journals. | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it

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iPad aplicado a la salud - YouTube

Hospital Universitario Quirón Madrid ha incorporado el dispositivo iPad a la atención médica de sus pacientes. Se trata de un proyecto pionero en España con ...
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Glean — Find the best videos in education for you

Glean — Find the best videos in education for you | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Explore awesome math and science video lessons from the best teachers online! High quality videos to save you time and help you ace your homework

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Hay material interesante para algunos cursos preclinicos de la carrera de medicina, como calculo, quimica organica, etc...

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Krysta Hammond's curator insight, March 6, 2014 10:39 AM

Going to pass this site on to the Science and Math teachers in our divisions - it's always nice to have supplementary materials and add some visuals into the lessons.

Mack James's curator insight, March 12, 2014 8:33 PM

More resources for you to use :)

Carlos Silva's curator insight, January 8, 2016 9:06 PM

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El uso de las TIC en el desarrollo del lenguaje en niños con Autismo - Autismo Diario

El uso de las TIC en el desarrollo del lenguaje en niños con Autismo - Autismo Diario | web 2.0 en Educación Médica | Scoop.it
Autismo Diario.Autismo, TGD, TEA, Asperger, TDAH (Los Sistemas (SAACs) de Comunicación están demostrando todos los días su eficacia http://t.co/OcCbdwj49t #autismo
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