Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Dale Coddington
12 followers -
Pediatrician & medical educator
Pediatrician & medical educator

12 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
My paper tower so far- 76 cm.  Started with complex spirals, circles (and failure).  Ended with simplicity. “Learn to enjoy the way as much as you would enjoy when you reach the destination.” -Sakshi Chetana, Laughing Buddha
Photo
Photo
2013-09-01
2 Photos - View album

Post has attachment
Working on physician faculty development plan regarding new resident evaluations using Entrustable Professional Activities and Milestones. http://wanderingdale.blogspot.com/2013/07/assessing-residents-in-era-of.html

Ideas re: ways to do this with community-based volunteer faculty? Let me know if you have suggestions.  I'm an e-learning advanced beginner (I know what I don't know -which is a lot) Thanks

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A few thoughts about authentic assessment and the importance of promoting reflection through feedback  http://bit.ly/Xk3Q6U It's been pleasure and I have learned so much from all of you

A bit deflated re: the feedback on my digital artiface.  Don't care about the number but the lack of feedback.  One reviewer wrote only 2 words "very good", a second wrote a single sentence "nothing here about digital education".  Only one of the three offered any helpful critique- thank you to that person.  Disappointing-  I had even included a self-critique as a part of the artefact with some questions about how it could perhaps be made better- I had hoped that would improve my feedback.  Oh well.  I learned a lot from the process.

Post has attachment
Here's my digital artefact.  Comments, suggestions are most appreciated.  I've included my own critique of my artefact as well.  http://wanderingdale.blogspot.com/2013/02/imagine-future-my-digital-artifact.html

It includes a brief video that is a part of the blog.  I've uploaded the video to You Tube but I don't know how to tag it so it shows up when you search EDCMOOC.  

I've enjoyed seeing everyone's artefacts.  This has been quite a learning curve for me. Eventually I decided that "the journey was the destination"- that it was fine for my artefact to be a work in progress.

I'm Dale Coddington.  I'm a pediatrician in Washington DC and I teach medical students and residents during their clinical rotations.  Most of what I do is workbased assessment and direct observation of clinical skills but I am also interested in e-learning and the use of reflective blogging in medical education.  I'm new to many social networking sites, including Google+ ,but I am learning lots through EDCMOOC.  I look forward to learning with you.

Post has attachment

"...Involve me and I learn"- Benjamin Franklin
After a couple weeks of exploring and lurking, today I finally signed up for Twitter and Google +.  Time to learn by doing.  I'm a pediatrician in the United States and am involved in teaching students/residents during their clinical rotations. 
Wait while more posts are being loaded