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Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro Online Course https://www.kimnewlove.com
I’m publishing one podcast episode per day in the month of November 2020 as part of a challenge called NaPodPoMo. It stands for National Podcast Post Month. November is National Podcast Post Month, and the goal of the challenge is 30 podcast episodes in 30 days. This is a bite-sized episode, which I’m using to help promote my new online course: Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “See one, do one, teach one? Another way to say it is, “Learn one, do one, teach one.” What does it mean? It’s a way to describe how knowledge is transferred. Some people are great at seeing, doing, and teaching. Some only need to learn and do. They never end up teaching. But, it’s in the teaching that we are forced to relate something we know to someone else. Maybe someone who does not know what we know. Your level of mastery will be tested when you have to transfer your knowledge to someone who is on a different level.
When I created my drug name pronunciation course, I put a good deal of thought into teaching those who needed additional learning strategies. I know what it’s like to learn something for the first time. Some people just need to hear the correct pronunciations. Others need things broken down or explained in different ways. I cover a lot of different angles in my course.