Looking back at nearly a decade of training as an academic research scientist, I have come to hold one truth above all else: the most important lesson a scientist learns is how to approach one’s curiosity in a structured way – asking questions and challenging common understanding is essential to
I was thrilled this morning to listen to the latest NPR TED Radio Hour podcast entitled "What Is A Nudge?"
As a bit of background, I came across Rich Thaler's book, "Nudge" more than 5 years ago and it was likely the most important book I have ever read. Not only
Background from the organizers of the Learning, Technology, and Design Conference held May 18-19, 2016
Flipped education has generated significant buzz in recent years. And rightly so—educational planners can tap new value by designing blended, connected, and agile learning experiences. Drawing on data from three years of flipped workshops for audiences
The Alliance Industry Summit (AIS) Educational Planning Committee of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp) recognized the Strategies for Success as a PCMH program as 2016 Best in Class for Educational Outcomes. The award was accepted Monday, May 9th in Philadelphia along with our Partners from
Over the past three years tens of thousands of clinician learners have participated in hundreds of ArcheMedX-powered Activities developed by the educational community. Analyzing the data generated across these diverse online educational interventions has revealed key insights into how the Learning Actions Model and award-winning ArcheViewer eLearning platform can be