Educate the Educator video series

The Duke Neurology Educators Academy is proud to share our five-minute "Educate the Educator" videos which offer evidence-based tips and information for educating in an academic medical environment.

Medical Student Learning Preferences - Jordan Mayberry, MD, Duke Neurology

In our continuing Educate the Educate brief lecture series Jordan Mayberry, MD, talks about medical student learning preferences.

Bias in Letters of Recommendation – Suma Shah, MD, Duke Neurology

In our continuing Educate the Educate brief lecture series Suma Shah, MD, talks about bias in recommendation letters.

The Clinician Educator Track and Promotion - Joel Morgenlander, MD, Duke Neurology

In our continuing Educate the Educate brief lecture series, Joel Morgenlander, MD, shares tips on the clinician educator track and promotion.

Effective Resident Assessment - Kathryn P. Moore, MD, MSc, Duke Neurology

Multi-Level Clinical Teaching - Kathryn P. Moore, MD, MSc, Duke Neurology

In our continuing Educate the Educate brief lecture series, Kathryn Moore, MD, MSc, shares tips on multi-level clinical teaching.

Communicating Well in the Learning Environment - Marjorie Soltis, MD

Marjorie Soltis, MD, shares "Great Expectations: Communicating Well in the Learning Environment."

How to Maximize the Learning Experience - Suma Shah, MD

In our final "Educate the Educator" micro-lecture of 2022, Suma Shah, MD, discusses how to maximize the learning experience in the academic medical environment.

Bedside vs Hallway Rounding: Jordan Mayberry, MD

For our third brief "Educate the Educator" lecture, Jordan Mayberry, MD, discusses bedside and hallway rounding and their value as educational tools.

Metacognition - Christian Hernandez, MD

In our second entry Christian Hernandez, MD, discusses metacognition, or thinking about one's own thinking and learning processes, and how to use that knowledge to improve teaching.

The Adult Attention Span - Kathryn P. Moore, MD, MSc

For our first lecture, Kathryn P. Moore, MD, MSc discusses the adult attention span and how to keep an audience engaged.