Here are educational design resources to support faculty development and the design of innovative and engaging continuing education for healthcare professionals.
- Carnegie Mellon University Eberly Center: Design & Teach Your Course
- Carnegie Mellon University Eberly Center: Teaching Principles
- Emerald Works: Principles of Instructional Design
- University of Minnesota: Teaching Resources
- Vanderbilt University: Pedagogies & Strategies
- American Medical Association: Adaptive Learning in Healthcare
- Taylor & Francis Online: Adaptive Expertise in Medical Education: Accelerating Learning Trajectories by Fostering Self-Regulated Learning
- Taylor & Francis Online: Twelve Tips for Designing Curricula that Support the Development of Adaptive Expertise
- UCSF Medical Education School of Medicine: Pearls on Educational Principles Adaptive Expertise
- AMEE Guide: Effective Small Group Learning
- AMEE Guide: Teaching in the Clinical Environment
- Taylor & Francis Online: Twelve Tips for Running Teaching Programs for Newly Qualified Doctors
- UCSF Medical Education School of Medicine: Pearls on Educational Principles Workplace Learning
- ACCME: Best Practices for Creating and Leading Virtual Meetings: Tips for Faculty
- Harvard University: Teach Remotely
- University of Minnesota: Online Course Design
Learning from Teaching
Learning from Teaching Definition: This FAQ defines learning from teaching activities and provides a list of examples.
Simplifying Faculty Development in Accredited CME: This worksheet is designed to help CME providers partner with faculty to develop learning from teaching projects that support faculty needs and meet ACCME expectations.