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*).
4/ When teaching in the #VirtualLearningEnvironment, having your resources on your screen is best.

This allows you to keep your attention on the screen and maintain “eye contact”, thus increasing engagement

Looking at a piece of paper or another screen ➡️ losing attention.
5/ For those of you with dual monitors, you can use both (Zoom on one & teaching materials on the other). However, make sure to toggle on “use dual monitors” under your #Zoom settings.

But, looking back & forth between the two monitors may appear distracting to your audience.
6/ What to do instead? My favorite thing to do is split my screen!

To create a #splitscreen on a Mac:

1⃣Hover over green maximize button on any window until dropdown menu shows
2⃣Choose tile window to left or right
3⃣Then choose the other window you want to have next to Zoom ImageImage
7/ After you have created a #splitscreen, you will notice there is a vertical dividing line between the two sides of the screen. You can drag this to the left or right to give one side of the screen more or less real estate. Image
8/ You can share this whole #splitscreen, or just one of the two apps, assuming that both apps are non-Zoom apps. Image
9/ For those using #Windows10, the process is similar and is called #snapping.

You will need to turn on snapping in the settings.

Here is a nice video tutorial:

10/ Of Note: Remember, when you start to share anything, #Zoom will get minimized to either just one small face (speaker view) or a series of up to 5 small faces (thumbnail view) depending on what you choose.
11/ What if you need 3 or more applications open, but only want to share one? Image
12/ Arrange the 3 apps on your screen the way you want, then when you start to share your screen, choose the “advanced” tab at the top. In this section you will find an option to share a portion of your screen. ImageImage
13/ This creates a box that you can move around your screen. You can also change its size and shape. It is green when you are sharing and orange when you are moving it or altering the size/shape. Open in this picture: Word, PPT, Chrome, Zoom. Sharing only PPT. Image
14/ That’s it for this week! Hopefully, you learned some useful tips to help you manage your screen real estate while teaching in the #VirtualLearningEnvironment. Please, Leave #feedback and anything else in the comments. Image
15/ Come back next week for more #TuesdayTweetorials from the #MedEdTwagTeam. @JenniferSpicer4 will help us to enhance the #LearningClimate in the #VirtualLearningEnvironment.

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May 17
1/ Attending: “Sam, what is the level of bilirubin at which scleral icterus is noticeable?”

Sam thinking: [1. I can make a guess, but 2. Who cares?]

Seem like a familiar scenario? Let’s help this attending ask a better question.
2/ Whether it is in the team room, or at the bedside, asking questions of learners is a skill that requires intention, preparation, and execution. These best practices were a topic I covered a while back, so this will be a refresher.
3/ These were all the topics that were covered in that series. Each individual thread can be found here:
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1/ You just admitted a patient with some really interesting pathology. You want to teach about it tomorrow on rounds. You know it is gonna be a busy day. What’s the plan?

Welcome back to #TweetorialTuesday from the @MedEdTwagTeam. Special S/O to our #MedEd & #MedTwitter friends!
2/ We are still in this “during rounds” section of our inpatient teaching block. Rounds are the CLASSIC time to drop pearls. But, doing it well takes thought and preparation.
3/ What does it mean to “drop pearls”? It refers to pearls of wisdom, and many of us think of some stately professor emeritus waxing poetic in a case conference.

But check out this definition here:
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Apr 5
1/ Welcome back to another edition of #TweetorialTuesday from the @MedEdTwagTeam. Special S/O to our #MedEd & #MedTwitter friends!

Over the last two weeks we have laid out the WHY and the WHAT of teaching communication. Today is the HOW. Let’s go!
2/ For refreshers on the WHY and WHAT, check out these previous threads from:
@JenniferSpicer4 (WHY) –
@GStetsonMD (WHAT) –
3/ And like the previous threads, much of this content comes from this book (Chapter 16 for this thread) by @DrCalvinChou & @LauraCooleyPhD of @ACHonline. It is a foundational book that is extremely readable and applicable. Well worth your time: CommunicationRx.org
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Mar 29
1/ We can’t always treat. We can’t always cure. But we can always support & care with good communication.

Welcome back to our #MedEd & #MedTwitter friends! Today we lay out some foundational skills of communication that you can help your learners to hone under your tutelage.
2/ As we continue to focus on inpatient teaching, we are still in the section that homes in on opportunities during rounds. Especially when rounds are done at the bedside this is a perfect time to practice communication skills.
3/ Last week, @JenniferSpicer4 helped us all to grasp WHY it is important to spend time teaching communication skills:
⬆️Health outcomes & patient experience
⬇️Cost of care
⬆️Clinician experience

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Nov 16, 2021
1/ It is near the end of your time on inpatient service and it has been BUSY!

Spirits are high, but folks are tired.
You want to make sure rounds are high-yield, but how to focus their energy?

Welcome back #MedTwitter & #MedEd for another #TweetorialTuesday from @MedEdTwagTeam!
2/ This week, I will share tips on how to use questions to get ”the wheels turning” for your learners before rounds.

In just a few minutes, this focuses energy, engages team members in the cases they may not be following, and enhances bedside learning for everyone.
3/ Today’s 🧵 harkens back to one I posted about ”prediction questions”.

Inspiration: #SmallLearning from @LangOnCourse. It is tremendous, with a lot of useful ideas that can be applied in the classroom or clinical setting. FYI - 2nd ed just came out.
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Sep 28, 2021
1/ Learning objectives? For serious?!? 🤔
Aren’t those for boring pre-clinical lectures?
Are they even necessary? I seem to get by just fine without them.

You may get by fine but knowing how to use learning objectives will take your game to a new level. Let's go!
2/ Welcome back, #MedEd and #MedTwitter friends, for another exciting week of learning from the @MedEdTwagTeam.

For orientation, we are still in our foundational skills section of #InpatientTeaching.
3/ Every resident who rotates with me leaves my team knowing why learning objectives (LOs) are important, how to make them, and how to apply them.

LOs provide structure to all didactic content, and IMHO, are the single most useful tool to power up your teaching.
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