Nick Montelauro, an EMS educator, shared this top after the Indiana Primary Instructor EMS Conference. Nick wrote: “You mentioned Evernote and how you hadn’t really found a use for it yet. If you haven’t already, make sure you try the “Web Clipper” (I use it in Chrome). It makes the process of saving articles, images, […]
My favorite from presentation on Handheld Wizardry: smartphones in education… “Students are using technology whether it is appreciated or not, so nice to hear of ways to use to instructor’s advantage.” Presentation slides and notes.
At the 2014 Colorado EMS Educator Symposium I presented Hanheld Wizardry and Cheating in EMS education during two concurrent sessions. View the symposium brochure. Handheld Wizardry Integrating Smartphones and Tablet Devices into EMS Education Presented to Colorado EMS Educator Symposium from Greg Friese Smartphone Apps recommended by Everyday EMS Tips readers. Documents and webpages mentioned in this […]
At the 2014 Teaching and Learning Conference for EMS Educators I presented Distraction is Deadly and Cheating in EMS education during two concurrent sessions. (MN EMS Educators Facebook Page) Distraction is Deadly Distraction is Deadly: Presentation to MN EMS Teaching and Learning Conference April 2014 from Greg Friese Cheating in EMS Education Is It Cheating […]
I am looking forward to presenting at the Colorado 2014 EMS Educator symposium in early May. Let me know if you are attending so we can connect. I am bringing my running shoes for some “altitude” training on Thursday night and Saturday morning.
NAEMSE Symposium presentations. August 10, 2013. Washington DC. Handheld Wizardy: Integrating Smartphones and Tablets into EMS Education Integrating Smartphones Into EMS Education from Greg Friese PDF of handout Distraction is Deadly: Understanding and Mitigating its Impact Distraction is Deadly in EMS Education, Driving, and Patient Care from Greg Friese PDF of handout
On Saturday I am presenting Distraction is Deadly at the NAEMSE symposium. My slides for the presentation and the handout will post on EverydayEMSTips.com early Saturday morning. There are three types of distraction: 1. Manual – taking your hands off a task. For example, taking your hands off the wheel to key the radio or reach for a cup […]
Doing a little deskkeeping (cleaning my desk) and making a final pass through my handwritten notes from the NAEMSE 2012 Symposium that was held two months ago (August) at Walt Disney World. The follow is some of the tips, resources, ideas, books, and links that I think are worth sharing: Training Priorities for the Next […]
I have had many opportunities to be on conference program committees. A common committee responsibility is to review and score conference presentation applications. Having read hundreds of conference presentation proposals I would encourage you to follow these tips: 1. Know the conference attendees. Submit clinical topics to conferences primarily attended by clinicians. Submit educator topics […]
Last week I presented at the Ohio Society of Fire Service Instructors Symposium on the topics of online education and social media content creation. I also had a chance to share some general classroom teaching tips. These are my three best: 1. Start on time and end on time. You can’t always control the start […]