Presentation Title

Blended, Stirred, and Shaken: The Expected and Surprising Lessons from a Hybrid DPT Program

Location

Capitol Ballroom

Start

1-17-2018 8:45 AM

End

1-17-2018 9:45 AM

Short Description

Morning Keynote

Abstract

Implementing a completely hybrid doctor of physical therapy (DPT) curriculum involves a new kind of "mixology" in both the academy and in the profession. This session uses a cocktail metaphor to describe key ingredients, techniques, processes, and outcomes associated with hybrid instruction in the health professions. Specifically-how does one blend psychomotor instruction? What aspects of the institution are best stirred? What needs to be shaken? Which faculty and student characteristics enhance the "taste' of blended learning? Lastly, is there a secret ingredient for the perfect blended course?

Format

Keynote

Presenter(s) Biography

Dr. Mary Blackington is the Director of the Hybrid DPT Program at Nova Southeastern University-Tampa. She is a Certified Geriatric Specialist and a fellow of the Education Leadership Institute from the American Physical Therapy Association. She is the co-chair of the Health Professions Educational Research Symposium at NSU.

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Jan 17th, 8:45 AM Jan 17th, 9:45 AM

Blended, Stirred, and Shaken: The Expected and Surprising Lessons from a Hybrid DPT Program

Capitol Ballroom

Implementing a completely hybrid doctor of physical therapy (DPT) curriculum involves a new kind of "mixology" in both the academy and in the profession. This session uses a cocktail metaphor to describe key ingredients, techniques, processes, and outcomes associated with hybrid instruction in the health professions. Specifically-how does one blend psychomotor instruction? What aspects of the institution are best stirred? What needs to be shaken? Which faculty and student characteristics enhance the "taste' of blended learning? Lastly, is there a secret ingredient for the perfect blended course?