Teaching a hands-on profession in a hybrid environment: Lessons learned

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September 2014


Hybrid learning is more than the addition of web materials into the traditional classroom; it involves thoughtful integration of face-to-face and online learning, redesigning class structure, and restructuring class time in a manner that fosters a community of inquiry to enhance student learning outcomes. This session describes the development of a completely Hybrid Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program and the lessons learned over the first 4 years of implementation from 3 perspectives: Administration/Management; Course/Program Re-design Principles; and Best Practices in Hybrid Delivery.


Physical Therapy

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