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Featured Resources for Educators
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Lecturio at CUGH 2022 Satellite Session
Instructional Design: How Best to Optimize the Learning Process
Our guest speaker, Dr. Atsusi “2c” Hirumi, shares with us some key instructional design concepts and ways to effectively implement them into the educational process.
Active Learning Strategies for Medical Educators
Review hands-on recommendations on engaging and motivating your students.
Instructional Design Worksheet for Medical Educators
Apply systematic instructional design to your new and existing courses with this template based on the AVIDesign model.
Retrieval-Based Strategies for Medical Education
Learn about the challenges our educators face when implementing retrieval strategies and practical solutions how to overcome them.
Neuroscience of Learning: Overview for Medical Educators
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From Educators, for Educators
Meet our directors of medical and nursing education
Peter Horneffer, M.D., FACS
- Director of Medical Education, Lecturio
- Executive Dean, All American Institute of Medical Sciences in Jamaica
- Cardiothoracic surgeon, Maryland, USA
Dr. Peter Horneffer: LinkedIn Profile
TedxTalk: How to Fix the Global Physician Shortage – Change How Medicine is Taught
Rhonda Lawes, PhD(c), RN
- Director of Nursing Education at Lecturio
- Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Nursing in Oklahoma, USA
- Award-winning, certified nurse educator (CNE) and PhD in Educational Psychology
Prof. Rhonda Lawes: LinkedIn Profile