On Tuesday, 8 am in Chicago, Stella Yiu, Rob Cooney, Andrew Petrosoniak, Doug Schiller, Jen Leppard and I will be presenting a Flipped Classroom workshop. The goal is to take you from idea to completed product in the span of four hours (with a much needed coffee break in the middle).
Here’s our worksheet.
SMACC FC Worksheet
Look forward to seeing you in Chicago.
Rob Cooney (@EMEducation) and I are giving a workshop on tools to flip your classroom in Phoenix at CORD this month. Since this is a resource heavy talk, I put the worksheet and slides up here. Here’s also my practice video on the “multimedia principles” portion of the talk.
Flipping Your Classroom (CORD 2015 @ Phoenix) Resources
Richard Mayer’s Multimedia Principles
March 14th, or π-day, this year takes on additional numerical significance. Only once in a hundred years we are able to celebrate π to its billionth decimal place.
I wonder if Galileo Galilei geeked out on 3/14/1592 6:53:59.
In other mathematically geeky news, while doing several calculations on my Mac I was longing for my old HP scientific calculator with reverse polish notation. Looking through the Mac app store at all the emulators, I decided to see if the built-in calculator app had this feature. And guess what it does.
In the View menu, you can select “RPN mode” and now you get a calculator with a stack visible 2 deep. I don’t know if this was possible in previous versions of OS X, but I love the geeks at Apple that made this happen.
Happy π-day. Now we wait for May the Fourth.
Here are four videos on Drowning. These are also cross-posted on Stella Yiu and my other site, The Flipped EM Classroom.
Drowning 01: Pathophysiology
Drowning 02: Rescue
Drowning 03: Treatment
For this online journal club, here is an article supplied by Tess on Women at Risk for Torsades de Pointes. Click the link to download it. Use the comments below to discuss.
Here is a video I had made for the EKG course on prolonged QT intervals and torsades. You may or may not find it useful.
Left Ventricular Assist Devices confused the heck out of me, so I thought I’d go through some of the anatomy and physiology of these things. Then everything seemed to make a bit more sense.
Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart… with an LVAD
I misspoke in this video. Dick Cheney did not have ‘destination therapy’ but ‘bridge-to-treatment’ therapy. He eventually got a heart transplant.
Pathophysiology of the Heart… with an LVAD
Please let me know if things don’t make sense, if they’re flat out wrong, or whatever you’d like.