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Clubhouse And Education

blog post image "New App Has Exciting Potential For Today’s Educators | Emerging Education Technologies" I've used Clubhouse for a couple of months and it certainly provides the opportunity for communities to come together and invite expert speakers. It is refreshing in that it doesn't have screen time and you can...

Medical educators’ beliefs about teaching, learning, and knowledge: development of a new framework

blog post image Interesting paper about beliefs among medical educators. This has been developed with a qualitative study of undergraduate educators but the framework makes for good reading for those of us involved in urging colleagues and expert speakers to become more learner-centred. "The sharp divide between...

Can ultrasound novices develop image acquisition skills after reviewing online ultrasound modules? Elaine Situ-LaCasse.

blog post image Background Point-of-care ultrasound is becoming a ubiquitous diagnostic tool, and there has been increasing interest to teach novice practitioners. One of the challenges is the scarcity of qualified instructors, and with COVID-19, another challenge is the difficulty with social distancing between learners...

Some like it hot: don’t forget to warm up online learning spaces

blog post image ‘Warming up’ the screen needs to become a priority for educators, especially for video-based tutorials and seminars, says Lucinda McKnight

Using Technology to Teach the Complex Science of Climate Change

blog post image "The world of education is no stranger to controversy. Every year, you'll find a splashy headline about how different school districts teach different versions of history from very different history textbooks. Or you'll encounter one special interest group or another objecting to teachers covering topics...

25 Years of EdTech: 2010 – Connectivism – The Ed Techie The early enthusiasm for e-learning saw a number of pedagogies

blog post image 25 Years of EdTech: 2010 – Connectivism – The Ed Techie The early enthusiasm for e-learning saw a number of pedagogies resurrected or adopted to meet the new potential of the digital, networked context. Constructivism, problem-based learning, and resource-based learning all saw renewed interest as...

Virtually Inspired: Showcasing Online Learning Innovation "From holographs and educational games, to drones and robots,

blog post image Virtually Inspired: Showcasing Online Learning Innovation "From holographs and educational games, to drones and robots, 21st century educators are forging new and amazing trails in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Virtually Inspired is a place where educators can come for inspiration by perusing...

A Primer on Machine Learning and Deep Learning for Educators | Emerging Education Technologies "While many digital technologies

blog post image A Primer on Machine Learning and Deep Learning for Educators | Emerging Education Technologies "While many digital technologies have played a role in advancing education, a set of emerging technologies is positioned to bring new advances thanks to the breakthroughs achieved in artificial intelligence...

Simulation based education and expansive learning in health professional education: A discussion: The aim of this paper

blog post image Simulation based education and expansive learning in health professional education: A discussion: The aim of this paper is to discuss the application of Simulation Based Education (SBE) in nursing and wider health professional education. Simulated Learning (SL) is discussed in relation to its history,...

Zika rumors got three times more shares than real Zika stories. What can health educators do?

blog post image Zika rumors got three times more shares than real Zika stories. What can health educators do?

Continuing professional development: progress beyond continuing medical education: Continuing medical education (CME) is

blog post image Continuing professional development: progress beyond continuing medical education: Continuing medical education (CME) is rapidly evolving into competency-based continuing professional development (CPD) and this is driving change in self-directed CPD programs undertaken by individual practitioners as...

Introducing Facebook and Summit’s K-12 Education Project | Facebook Newsroom: A group of Facebook engineers has partnered

blog post image Introducing Facebook and Summit’s K-12 Education Project | Facebook Newsroom: A group of Facebook engineers has partnered with local educators to create a classroom experience that takes advantage of all the technology and information accessible to a kid growing up today.