Looking for helpful information to improve your teaching?
Here are some helpful resources:
Do you need advice on best practices for tele-health practices with learners?
Take a look at the UCSF Remote and Telehealth Learning Resources which include great resources on remote precepting of students and apodcast on "Best practices for precepting, pitfalls and tips" in the virtual visit.
For those with a HarvardKey, please also explore the HMS Telemedicine Curriculum and resources created by Dr. Frankl et al.
Want to learn the essentials of writing a good multiple choice question?
If so, visit the Vanderbilt teaching guide for Writing Good Multiple Choice Test Questions for a useful framework for effective question stems, responses, and how to probe higher order thinking.
Have you been teaching remotely? Want to learn tools and best practices?
Then visit the Harvard University Teach Remotely website. This includes tips on pedagogy, technology, and how to use the many resources available in our system including the Harvard Libraries.
Links to prior tips
- January 2019, Vol 1, Issue 1
- April 2019, Vol 1, Issue 2
- September 2019, Vol 1, Issue 3
- January 2020, Vol 2, Issue 1
Do you have a great medical education tool, tip or resource that you would like to share? We want to hear from you!