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We have grouped our #MedEdTwagTeam #tweetorials by topic in separate "Twitter Moments" below.

Follow @GStetsonMD & @JenniferSpicer4 on Tuesdays to see new tweetorials. Image
Click on the link to find all tweetorials on #ClinicalTeaching by @GStetsonMD & @JenniferSpicer4…
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1/ Have your #VirtualTeaching sessions started to feel like “Death by Powerpoint” with crickets 🦗 in the audience?

Then read this #TweetorialTuesday #MedEdTwagTeam thread on integrating interactive #TechTools into your #VirtualTeaching sessions Image
2/ (And if you want some tips to liven up your actual Powerpoints, check out this @TEDTalks by @davidjpphillips)

3/ Check out @GStetsonMD’s #MedEdTwagTeam tweetorial from last week on using virtual whiteboards and other collaborative tools if you missed it

He included some great low tech options too!

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1/ Trying to figure out how to connect to your learners during #VirtualTeaching & avoid this response?

Don’t worry, the #MedEdTwagTeam has you covered w/ today’s #TweetorialTuesday on optimizing the virtual #LearningClimate

#MedEd #EdTech #VirtualLearning Image
2/ In my previous poll, most of you identified “lack of interaction” as the most challenging aspect of #Virtual Teaching.

Today we will discuss how to increase interaction. Image
3/ And if you missed last week’s #MedEdTwagTeam #TuesdayTweetorial by @GStetsonMD, check it out here.

I know that I learned some new tricks from him!

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1/ Welcome Back for another edition of #TweetorialTuesday from the #MedEdTwagTeam! #VirtualLearningEnvironment Edition.

Last week, @JenniferSpicer4 helped you to optimize your settings on #Zoom. Pssst, go check it out.

#EdTech #MedEd #VirtualLearning #VirtualTeaching Image
2/ Again, here’s an outline of our sessions for this series.

Aqua icons are #tweetorials by @JenniferSpicer4
Blue icons are #tweetorials by @GStetsonMD

This week we are talking about how to use Zoom with other apps (PPT, Word, etc.) Image
3/ Often when teaching, online or IRL, many of us use resources to help us organize our thoughts.

That may be PowerPoint slides, a Word document, white board, or even pieces of paper (*gasp*).
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1/ Welcome to the first #TweetorialTuesday from the #MedEdTwagTeam

This week, we will discuss optimizing #Zoom settings for the #VirtualLearningEnvironment

#EdTech #MedEd #VirtualLearning #VirtualTeaching
2/ Here's an outline of our sessions for the next 7 weeks.

The aqua icons will be #tweetorials by @JenniferSpicer4
The blue icons will be #tweetorials by @GStetsonMD

Last week I provided an introduction to #virtualteaching & #virtuallearning

3/ This week: Zoom settings

Adjusting default settings on your virtual platform of choice is key to an effective #virtualclassroom

I've primarily been using Zoom, so that's the platform I will focus on

(And shout out @YihanYangMD for the inspiration for this slide template!)
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1/ In response to my Twitter polls, I received many responses from teachers/learners regarding successes & difficulties with #VirtualLearning

I wanted to summarize & share those responses before starting weekly #MedEdTwagTeam tweetorials on #VirtualTeachingTips w/ @GStetsonMD Image
2/ First, from a teacher standpoint, 70% of you mentioned the lack of interaction as the most difficult aspect of #VirtualTeaching.

I will have lots of tips & tricks to increase interaction for #VirtualTeaching in upcoming tweetorials.

3/ Some other difficulties included:

✅Inability to “read the room” – i.e. the non-verbal cues from learners
✅Disliking how “quiet” teaching can be (with everyone else muted)
✅Worries about competing with students’ other distractions (email, internet, etc)
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1/ I'm taking a break from #COVID19 infographics and my planned #VirtualTeaching thread this week to provide some concrete #MedEd recommendations for things that all of us can DO to create equal opportunities for black trainees and faculty.
2/ #DEI is the bare minimum. As white faculty, fellows, residents, and students, we are privileged and need to speak up to ADVANCE black individuals.
3/ Here is one concrete recommendation today (which hopefully is already a part of ALL programs who interview students, residents, fellows, and faculty):

✅Require all interviewers to complete implicit bias training.
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