Webinar: Making it Reel in the Virtual EMS Classroom

ReelDx and NAEMT presented the webinar “Making it Reel in the Virtual EMS Classroom” on August 6th, 2020. The recent pandemic has required major shifts in EMS instruction. Make the most of online learning with the latest methodology for integrating virtual content in the EMS classroom. Joy Cherry and Leslie Foust of Central New Mexico Community College lead the discussion during this 45-minute webinar, which includes:

  • A demonstration of best practices for using real patient video cases to simulate and observe clinical experience in the virtual classroom

  • An analysis of the value of real patient video cases in education, based on the principles of Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Audience Q & A

The event is finished.

Date

Aug 26 2020
Expired!

Time

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Aug 26 2020
  • Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Category
Bill Kelly

Organizer

Bill Kelly
Email
bill@reeldx.com
Website
https://reeldx.com

Other Organizers

NAEMT
NAEMT
Website
https://www.naemt.org/

Speakers

  • Joy Cherry
    Joy Cherry
    Presidential Fellow, EMS Faculty; Central New Mexico Community College

    Joy Cherry works full-time at Central New Mexico Community College as EMS faculty and Internship Coordinator. For the 2019/2020 school year, she was selected by the college as a Presidential Fellow and is helping faculty integrate technology into the classroom. In 2012, she was one of the first in the nation to implement iPads into EMS education, and as a result, was chosen as an Apple Distinguished Educator. She has been a paramedic since 1997 and teaching EMS since 2010.

  • Leslie Foust
    Leslie Foust
    EMS Faculty, Central New Mexico Community College

    Leslie Foust has been an educator for over 25 years. Leslie currently works as the EMS Clinical Coordinator and full-time EMS faculty member at Central New Mexico Community College. Leslie has worked in the field of emergency medicine for 19 years in metro, rural, and hospital settings, and during that time held positions of critical care paramedic, training officer, field operation supervisor, and QI/QA officer. Leslie earned her BS in Education degree from UNM in 1993, and is currently completing her Master of Education degree from Western Governors University with an emphasis in instructional design.

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