Yours truly has an article in the spring edition Paramedic Chief about how to use active learning to teach about capnography. I am fortunate to work at a school that encourages creativity and active methods of instruction, and I wrote the article to give educators some tools to try something besides the traditional lecture from slides. These are a few techniques that can engage learners and encourage participation in the lesson. I also wanted to share about the many applications of capnography, particularly in the detection of sepsis.
Also in this issue:
- Rom Duckworth has an article about FOAMed.
- Robert Avsec has an article about how to stay up to date with online EMS training and education.
- Dan Limmer has an article about teaching how to teach anatomy and physiology online.
- Bruce Chew has an article about assigning articles for discussion with a group messaging app.
- Kelly Grayson has an article about teaching dinosaurs to evolve.
Check out the spring issue of Paramedic Chief here.