STORIES FROM SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

Faculty from each division in the School share their perspective on using a blended learning approach in their courses.

Michelle Chui

PharmD; Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Social and Administrative Sciences Division

Erik Burns

EdD, MBA; Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Pharmacy Professional Development

Amanda Margolis

PharmD, MS; Lecturer, Blend@UW Participant, Pharmacy Practice Division

Ron Burnett

PhD, PharmD; Professor/Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Division, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs; 2015 Teacher of the Year

Community Posts

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.

  • BEST PRACTICES FOR USE OF BLENDED LEARNING

    Ten instructional best practices were identified from the focus groups: setting the stage, consistency when team teaching, timeliness in posting materials, time on task, accountability for online activities, use of structured active learning, instructor use of feedback on student preparation, incorporation of student feedback into the course, short reviews of online material during class, and ensuring technologies are user-friendly. Conclusion. ...

  • ACTIVE METHODOLOGY AND BLENDED LEARNING: AN EXPERIENCE IN PHARMACEUTICAL CARE

    The aim of this study was to analyze the implementation of an active methodology in a blended model of education in the teaching-learning processes of students enrolled in two disciplines: Pharmaceutical Care I and Pharmaceutical Care II, both part of the undergraduate Bachelor of Pharmacy program at the Federal University of Paraná.

    CITATION: Czepula, Bottacin, Júnior, ...

  • Promoting Reflective Practice and Learning | Teaching Academy

    Source: Promoting Reflective Practice and Learning | Teaching Academy

    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 ...

  • School of Pharmacy Fellowship Project Abstract

    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 ...