Happy Holidays to all our readers!
It’s clear 2020 has not been as we expected, but we do hope you all managed to make the best of it. We were pleased to introduce new authors and content to our blog and look forward to continuing to grow, along with our audience. Welcome to our new readers and our greatest appreciation to those who have been there since the very start. As always, we welcome your feedback and feel free to contact us with a proposal for a post!
As is tradition, we leave you with the top posts of each year – our top post topic is not much of a shocker, considering the 2020 climate.
- 2020: Teaching Remotely in Response to COVID-19: 10 Tips to Improve your Digital Classroom
- 2019: The value of being valued – Going beyond “Good job!”
- 2018: Adaptive Leadership For The New #MedEd: The one hour read
- 2017: Education Theory Made Practical: Bloom’s Taxonomy
- 2016: Diagnostic Reasoning: Can you trust your gut or are you biased?
- 2015: Failure is always an option [Part 1]
- 2014: Why is Emergency Medicine the leader in social media and #meded?
- 2013: What to read and where to publish: A dynamic list of #meded journals
However you celebrate, we hope it is wonderful!
We’ll be back with a new post on Tuesday, January 5