Showing feedback (instead of telling feedback)

I found a new blog on eLearning by Cathy Moore. Her most recent post is on giving feedback in scenarios that make students think. After answer a question of “what would you do next” you have one of two choices if the student picks the wrong answer:

  1. tell them the correct answer
  2. show them what happens if you pick the wrong answer, and then let them figure out if it’s wrong

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Showing feedback (instead of telling feedback)

Finding Your Niche in Academic Medicine

Amal Mattu, who has appeared on many other posts I’ve put up here, spoke at the… well, he speaks at a lot of things. Despite being so accomplished he still comes off as being humble. Anyway, here’s a talk of his on finding your niche in academic medicine. It’s worth a listen. I usually listen to it once a year… and then procrastinate on doing anything about it.
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Finding Your Niche in Academic Medicine