Welcome to the Education section. In this section you will find everything you need to embark on your journey as a medical educator. The articles are arranged in the order in which you might use them when creating your first lessons. The exceptions to this are the articles 'Effective Learning' and 'How We Remember'. These articles focus on understanding how individuals learn and what you can do in order to maximise learning efficiency.
You may find the following websites useful in your education journey. While we have provided a comprehensive list, we recognise it is not always complete. If you have any recommendations please let us know by getting in touch.
The Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching promotes university teaching that leads to meaningful student learning. They provide a comprehensive collection of teaching guides.
A range of resources designed to create an inclusive classroom environment. Topics include course and syllabus design, day-to-day interactions and assessment practices.
This toolkit covers intended learning outcomes, inclusive learning, assessment and feedback, educational research methods and remote teaching.
Teach Thought is an American blog aimed at teachers. It includes articles covering a variety of topics as well as a long running podcast.
AMEE is a worldwide organisation with members in 90 countries. Their resources section offers a comprehensive list of medical education associations and journals.
You may find the following books useful in your education journey. We recommend using Bookshop.org as it supports independent bookshops and increases author royalties.
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