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.
Tips for Applying the Learning from Teaching Requirements: Explore these simple approaches for applying the accreditation requirements to learning from teaching activities.