Faculty from each division in the School share their perspective on using a blended learning approach in their courses.
PharmD; Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Social and Administrative Sciences Division
EdD, MBA; Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Pharmacy Professional Development
PharmD, MS; Lecturer, Blend@UW Participant, Pharmacy Practice Division
PhD, PharmD; Professor/Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Division, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs; 2015 Teacher of the Year
The following are stories and examples of blended learning submitted by people on campus. If you would like to share a blended learning experiences, go to SUBMIT A STORY.
Proponents of a blended course paint an ideal picture of participants leisurely learning and reflecting on how they can apply their new knowledge. The reality is of course much more complex, especially in the lives of working adults. This study sought to understand the complexity better through analysing the experience of 123 participants enrolled in ...
What I wanted:
We were designing an experiential learning course for first year PharmD students – where students do the majority of their learning outside the traditional classroom. Without weekly face-to-face meetings, we needed a way to support (and know if) students were making meaning of the ...
Story submitted by: Casey Gallimore
Department: Pharmacy / Associate Professor
From: School of Pharmacy
Abstract: Provide a Blended Learning Toolkit specific to School of Pharmacy that can facilitate and motivate interested faculty in designing, implementing, and assessing blended learning activities within their individual courses.
Develop a Blended Learning Toolkit specific to School of Pharmacy that can ...