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At the Colorado EMS Educator Symposium I used PollEverywhere.com to ask the audience several questions. I then riffed off the answers and facilitated audience participation related to the question and answers. The polls were embedded in the PowerPoint slides, available for viewing here. Two of the poll results are below:
Updated November 22, 2012: Handout for this session posted at EMSWorld.com. This morning I am presenting Integrating Smartphones into EMS Education at EMS World Expo in New Orleans. During the presentation I will be asking a series of poll questions with PollEverywhere.com. You can view and answer the polls as they happen at PollEV.com/gfriese. I […]
At the 2012 NAEMSE Symposium I attended the session Doodle! Are Your Students Learning or Distracted? by Kyle David Bates. The session was packed with information about learning and distraction and several interactive exercises. I did my best to pay attention, scrawl lots of notes, and resist the temptation of checking my email or tweeting. […]
My friends on Twitter are discussing the pros and cons of the different paramedic student textbooks. Which is your favorite? Paramedics and paramedic students vote here for your favorite paramedic book. Are you partial to Dr. Bledsoe et al? Do you like the new Nancy Caroline, MD text? In the comments are describe your ideal […]