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E-Learning and Medical Education

Электронное обучение

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Interactive Learning - Stanford Medicine Interactive Learning Initiatives

Interactive learning actively engages the students in wrestling with the material. It reinvigorates the classroom for both students and faculty. Lectures are changed into discussions, and students and teachers become partners in the journey of knowledge acquisition.

Medical Education Reimagined: A Call to Action

Это одна из тех статей, которые могут (надеюсь) помочь определить новую эру медицинского образования! Charles Prober (senior associate dean at Stanford SOM and author of the article "Lecture Halls Without Lectures") and Salman Khan (creator of the Khan Academy) have co-authored an editorial calling for "a collaborative, multi-institutional effort to reimagine medical...

Medical school experiments with 'flipped classroom' teaching model

Walk into a School of Medicine class and you likely won't find a stern professor lecturing students in front of a projector. Instead, groups of medical students may be scattered across the room, working together on activities ranging from case studies to simulations.

MedEdWorld - Method of the Month - The Flipped Classroom

Method of the Month - The Flipped Classroom by Catherine Kennedy Summary: This month we will be focussing on a highly topical approach to classroom teaching - the Flipped Classroom. Article: In recent years there has been an increasing 'buzz' relating to flipped learning or the flipped classroom.

Flipped Classroom

Does your school have a strategy for helping students who fall behind? Does it actually work? What about advanced students? How do you ensure that they are challenged and learning to their full potential? Have you ever heard of a flipped classroom?

Presentation Design for Medical Educators

This commentary, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, is a must read for all educators. The authors make the statement that there are "...unprecedented opportunities for technological support of learners..." and we have to "...make better use of our students' time."

The flipped classroom might just be the future of medicine

Since the days of Sir William Osler, medical education has been done in much the same way by everyone everywhere. Doctors and academics slave away for hours and hours preparing lectures for students and trainees, all the while being locked away in their own isolated little silos.

Flipping the classroom isn't the answer -- let's scramble it (essay) | Inside Higher Ed

The “flipped classroom” is the idea of the moment, advocated by everyone from Bill Gates to Eric Mazur, the pioneering science educator. This educational innovation is exciting and promising – but I’d argue for a slight revision to the discourse to make sure we don’t replace one rigid format with another. My suggestion: let’s scramble, not flip, the classroom.

EnhancED Flipping the Biochemistry Classroom: Making Room for Real-World Problem Solving

Columbia University Professor Brent Stockwell came to the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) in the summer of 2013, wanting to talk about his biochemistry course, and what could be done to improve it.

EnhancED Flipping the Biochemistry Classroom: Making Room for Real-World Problem Solving

Columbia University Professor Brent Stockwell came to the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) in the summer of 2013, wanting to talk about his biochemistry course, and what could be done to improve it.

What I Learned By Flipping The MOOC

VideoTwo of the hot topics in education in the last few years have been Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and the flipped classroom. I've been experimenting with both of them. What I've learned (besides being able to use the word "pedagogy" in a sentence) is 1) assigning students lectures as homework doesn't guarantee [...]

Организaция учебной работы при помощи блога

Если в поиск по картинкам ввести слово "учитель" или "урок", то поисковые выдачи будут достаточно схожими: учитель стоит перед классом у доски (или пишет что-то на доске) со своим несменным атрибутом - указкой, а ученики, рассажанные по партам, записывают за учителем в тетрадь. Типичная учебная ситуация.

Организaция учебной работы при помощи блога

Задумаемся: а зачем учителю переворачивать обучение? Что им движет? Любопытство? Эксперимент? Или мотивирующим фактором является наличие проблемы (ряда проблем), с которыми учитель сталкивается в ежедневной работе с учащимися?

Flipped classrooms turn learning on its head

A new educational model spreading through the nation's schools takes teachers from the podium and blackboard and puts them instead in the hands of students. Flipped learning, as the idea is called, moves the traditional lecture into a pre-recorded video that students watch on their own time via computer, tablet, even smart phone.

Teachers see improvements from flipped classroom

Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014 9:12 am | BYRON - Four years ago, Byron High School math teacher Troy Faulkner ended a practice commonly viewed as the art and essence of teaching: He stopped giving lectures to his students. Instead, students watched 10- to 25-minute videos at home and then did their "homework" in class.

Flipped Classroom Presentations at Upcoming Ed Tech Conferences - See You There!

This year's "Flipped Classroom Presentation Tour" starts next month! This spring and summer I will be traveling to a number of different conferences where I will be delivering different presentations focused on the Flipped Classroom. It would be awesome to meet some EmergingEdTech readers and talk about how you're using technology in your classroom.

Tips for Writing Good Multiple-Choice Questions

I remember with horror and embarrassment the first multiple-choice exam I wrote. I didn't think the students were taking my course all that seriously, so I decided to use the first exam to show just how substantive the content really was. I wrote long, complicated stems and followed them with multiple answer options and various combinations of them.

Anatomical knowledge retention in third-year m... [Anat Sci Educ. 2014] - PubMed - NCBI

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10 Pros And Cons Of A Flipped Classroom

by Mike Acedo Many of us can recall instances in our lives where we found ourselves idly sitting in a classroom, eyes glazed over, half listening to our teacher as they lectured in front of the room.

Campus Technology

Tech-Enabled Learning | Feature 6 Expert Tips for Flipping the Classroom Three leaders in flipped classroom instruction share their best practices for creating a classroom experience guaranteed to inspire lifelong learning. Illustration by Peter Hoey "If you were to step into one of my classrooms, you'd think I was teaching a kindergarten class, not a physics class," laughs Harvard University (MA) professor Eric Mazur.

LearnersCloud Blog: Will flipped learning replace traditional lesson techniques?

One of the hottest topics in education at the moment has prompted educationalists throughout the UK to consider the application advantages of reversing the traditional lesson structure. Commonly termed 'flipped learning', it has quickly become a trending theme at networking events, conferences and throughout social journalism circles.

Flipping Your Classroom? 5 Learning Ideas

Buoyed by the confidence of the 'flipped' class results I have started the new academic year with fresh ideas for my classroom activities. These five examples were relatively well received by students. 1. ASK TEACHER Having already assessed their holiday work 16-year-old students were asked to take part in a little experiment.

LearnersCloud Blog: Can flipped classrooms improve student performance?

What if traditional techniques of classroom teaching and homework were swapped around? For some years now, teachers have been looking at changing the way classrooms work and how they can integrate modern technology to let them spend more time guiding students from the side rather than lecturing to them from the stage.