Zoom Zoom...Revving Up Your e-Learning
Activity Length: 102 minutes
Test Time: 2 minutes
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss basic pedagogical considerations for remote teaching;
- Compare functions in Zoom to promote small group and large group learning;
- Describe strategies to enhance remote teaching and learning;
- Identify methods for using Zoom for assessment.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO FACULTY
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Co-Clerkship Director, Internal Medicine
Chicago Center for Teaching Pedagogical Guidance for Remote Teaching
COVID-19 Resources for Medical Educators
Stanford Teach Anywhere
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