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1/ Welcome back to #TweetorialTuesday with the #MedEdTwagTeam!

Today begins our series on #EffectiveQuestions in the Clinical Learning Environment.

It’s an age-old practice that can conjure mixed emotions. This series will give you tools to use questions with purpose. Image
2/ I wanted to bring us back to the #HierarchyOfTeachingSkills that we have been using.

We previously covered the foundational skills that help create psychological safety & we just wrapped up our feedback series.

To see any of these previous threads, check out @MedEdTwagTeam. Image
3/ Here is where we are going over the next 7 weeks. Today is our intro.

This is one of my favorite topics in #MedEd!

Questions in the clinical setting are employed by all teachers & SEEM so simple to use.

However, effective questioning is a nuanced skill.

Let’s get into it! Image
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1/ Hey #MedTwitter & #MedEd Friends!

I welcomed a new little lady into my life in Sept & spent 3 months getting to know her. #TheBest

But…We have missed you!!! And we are so pumped that #TwagTeamBackAgain

Follow: @GStetsonMD, @JenniferSpicer4, & @MedEdTwagTeam to stay #UTD Image
2/ When we paused, we had just finished the foundation of the #HierarchyOfTeachingSkills.

This first level of skills is all about creating #PsychologicalSafety.

If you want to see any of our previous threads, 👀 the @MedEdTwagTeam account.

Today we are moving onto Feedback. Image
3/ We think this topic is SOOO important, we are going to spend 10 #TweetorialTuesdays on it. Today is the intro.

Often, we separate feedback from teaching. But...

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1/ 💭 Did I check the labs? I know they were fine yesterday. What should I say? 💭

As a supervisor, you need to make clear to your learners (1) the right answer is: “I forgot to check them”

And (2) your reaction will be: “No problem. Let’s check them now.”

#MedEd #MedTwitter
2/ Here is where we are in our journey through the #HierarchyOfTeachingSkills.

Remember that this first level of skills is all about #PsychologicalSafety.

Not judging your learners is key to this.

Find our previous threads @MedEdTwagTeam.
3/ I make sure I never judge my learners. But I DO evaluate them and hold them accountable.

To me, these are three different things.

Here is how I define these concepts 👇
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1/ 💭 When should I show up? What if I answer a question wrong? Is my presentation too long? Where’s the bathroom? 💭

Sounds like a case of “New Rotation Jitters”

The Cure - Setting Expectations!

Literally, one of my favorite things 🤓

#MedEd #MedTwitter #MedEdTwagTeam Image
2/ Here is where we are in our journey through the #HierarchyOfTeachingSkills.

Remember that this first level of skills is all about creating #PsychologicalSafety.

If you want to see any of our previous threads, check out the @MedEdTwagTeam account. Image
3/ Setting clear and explicit expectations is a key teaching skill that will pay numerous dividends.

And like much of teaching, there is an art and a science. Image
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1/ Intro to #ClinicalTeaching!

Hey #MedEd and #MedTwitter! #TwagTeamBackAgain because it is #TweetorialTuesday! We are the one and only #MedEdTwagTeam.

This is the beginning of our new theme...

🌟Clinical Teaching🌟 Image
2/ This is a super special time of year! A time of transitions.

Pre-Clinical Student ➡️ Clerkships
Clerkships ➡️ Acting Interns
Student ➡️ Intern
Intern ➡️ Resident
Resident ➡️ Fellow?
Resident/Fellow ➡️ Faculty

All of these new roles bring new teaching opportunities!
3/ It is our hope, over these next weeks and months, to give you the tools to THRIVE as a clinician educator in each of these new roles.
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