Snakebite management is a complaint unique to Emergency Medicine. There are really two main snakes we’ll discuss here, rattlesnakes and coral snakes. We’ll also discuss spider bites and bee stings!
Some decided to poll a bunch of students across the country about what qualities defined a good teacher. They then took these results and put it into a site called wordle.net which creates word clouds. Here are the results of the qualities of the best and worst teachers…
Despite the striking similarity of my videos to that of Sal Khan‘s, this was not my initial inspiration. My introduction to this sort of flipped methodology came from a lecture by Northwestern Physicist, Dr. Tae – Building a Culture of Teaching and Learning – with the subtitle: School Sucks! If you haven’t seen it, it is truly worth your time.
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I felt the first post should be about how I make these videos. Over the year, my process has changed. Each has its benefits and problems.
Using a Laptop, Graphics Tablet, Microphone, Screen Recording Software and Drawing Program
When I started, I used my old 2008 MacBook, a USB Microphone (Snowball by Blue Microphones), a graphics tablet to write upon (Wacom Bamboo), screen recording software (iShowU HD) and a program within which to write (Adobe Illustrator). This video came from a presentation I gave at the CORD Conference in 2012.