The Master Adaptive Learner Framework

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework

Fostering the Development of Master Adaptive Learners: A Conceptual Model to Guide Skill Acquisition in Medical Education Led by Martin Pusic, MD, PhD Medical Education Scholar in Residence, Brigham Education Institute Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: A Metacognitive Approach To Clinician Learning

What is adaptive expertise? What does it mean for my practice and for my teaching?

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: The Planning & Learning Phases

Aren’t all clinical trainees already master learners? Well….no. A discussion of what’s so difficult about desirable difficulties.

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: The Assessing and Adjusting Phases

I’ve learned – what next? On the difficulties of contextualizing what you’ve learned…and the educational utility of rabbit holes.

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: An example of the benefits of knowing education theory

Theory, what is it good for? “There is nothing so practical as a good theory” – however, we often think of theory as having your head in the clouds.