RescueDigest’s Top Picks of essential resources for critical topics in emergency services.
Can a little GNOME help you at the last minute?
Accelerating Performance in Education Programs: What can you do to “up your game” as an emergency service educator and ensure that your student come out both prepared for the test and ready for the street? Why is it so difficult for good teachers to connect with some students? The key is applying new twists on tried and true education methods. Attendees will learn the origins and current applications of adult education theory as well as how to set and use “on the fly objectives”. Most importantly, this program presents instructors with the techniques to troubleshoot training program issues and keys to motivating students who don’t seem to otherwise respond to your best efforts.
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Planning to Succeed with the help of GNOMES
- A Fire Medic Perspective: Everyday Educators’ Lesson Plans
- NAEMSE Webinar: Accelerating Performance in Education Programs (coming soon)
- Educational principles of community-based education. [Pediatrics. 1996] – PubMed – NCBI
- The Clinician-Educator’s Handbook
- Teaching Medical Students Using GNOMES
- Behavioral Objectives and How to Write Them – Des Moines University
- Teaching Medicine On The Fly! – UMass Med School
- Core Concepts for Healthcare Curriculum Development
New England Center for Rescue & Emergency Medicine’s Own Programs: