Month: April 2012

  • Flipped teaching

    This is when you give students the lecture to read, or watch as a video, in advance (‘homework’) and then use your class time to work through problems (or perhaps cases, in the case of medicine), answer questions.  Nicely explained from a High School example on the video below, or in more detail here at […]

  • How to communicate inside a medical school?

    A request for thoughts, not a pearl of wisdom. Communication is an important issue and goes all the way from communicating with external bodies such as the GMC, to making all our students and teachers feel that they are kept in touch.  This question is predominantly about these last two groups – how do we […]