The BEI offers a “One Minute Teaching Tip” each week to help you grow as an educator!
Interested in an additional resource about psychological safety? Check out this Association of American Medical Colleges interview “Psychological Safety is Critically Important in Medicine” with Amy C. Edmondson, Ph.D.
Interested in an additional resource about the promotion of diagnostic reasoning with trainees? Check out the New England Journal of Medicine article “Educational Strategies to Promote Clinical Diagnostic Reasoning” by Judith L. Bowen.
Interested in an additional resource about improving clinical reasoning among trainees? Check out the Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care article “Educational Strategies for Improving Clinical Reasoning” by William B. Cutrer, MD, Med, William M. Sullivan, MD, Med, and Amy E. Fleming, MD.
Interested in an additional resource about the effective provision of feedback? Check out the Medical Education article “Challenging Feedback Myths: Values, Learner Involvement and Promoting Effects Beyond the Immediate Task” by Elizabeth Molloy, PhD, Roja Ajjawi, PhD, Margaret Bearman, PhD, Christy Noble, PhD, Joy Rudland, MPhil, and Anna Ryan, PhD, LP or the Academic Medicine article “Relationships as the Backbone of Feedback: Exploring Preceptor and Resident Perceptions of their Behaviors During Feedback Conversations” by Subha Ramani, MBBS, MPH, MMEd, PhD, Karen D. Konings, PhD, Shiphra Ginsburg, MD, PhD, FRCPC, and Cees P. M. van der Vleuten, PhD.
Interested in an additional resource about evidence-based principles of learning using them for effective learning, teaching, pedagogy and curriculum development? Check out the Medical Teacher article “Twelve Tips for Utilizing Principles of Learning to Support Medical Education” by Maris F. Cutting, Ph.D. and Norma Susswein Sacks, Ed.D.
Interested in an additional resource about clinical teaching and learning? Check out the British Medical Journal article “ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine: Learning and Teaching in the Clinical Environment” by John Spencer, MD.
Interested in additional resources about how you can use questioning and discussion to effectively engage learners? Check out the Medical Teacher article “12 Tips for Effective Questioning in Medical Education” by Stacey Pylman, Ph.D. and Amy Ward, M.Ed.