To understand the technological implications for medical education – who better to learn from than the real educators, the teachers on the frontline…
Many of the problems we are facing in hospitals and Universities with the use of social media #FOAM and online collaborative resources – are already being tackled in schools with the students. I was able to relate to every issue raised during this rapid-fire presentation and equate it to our current technological translation issue.
Adam Bellow [Twitter - Website] presents his Tech Commandment’s rapid-fire 140 slide presentation at the #140edu in New York. Well worth a watch. Hopefully it will start a new collaboration between medical educators and school based educators.
“We can’t use facebook and Twitter in schools because they are dangerous…it is ironic that some of the greatest sources of education and learning such as YouTube and Twitter are blocked in over 90% of
“Collaboration” is THE 21st Century Skill. Collaboration is the way we have to learn to work together and our students will learn to work together and our students will learn to work together in the future. That is the most important thing we can teach them.”