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S. Lon Ratner University of Phoenix Spring 2014
S. Lon Ratner University of Phoenix Spring 2014

S. Lon Ratner University of Phoenix Spring 2014

HYBRID COURSES: ARE YOU READY TO

GET INVOLVED

Knowledge in Technology Understanding Educational Theory

Faculty as Change Agents

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You will do at least as much work in a hybrid course as in a regular

You will do at least as much work in a hybrid course as in a regular traditional face- to-face course.

You will do at least as much work in a hybrid course as in a regular

Teaching Medical Terminology

Do’s

Open up your students to online sources

Introduce Cinhal, EBSCO, Pub Med and other viable online

sources including your

university library.

Give your students medical terms you know they have to

research.

Don'ts

Avoid internet sources for medical terminology explanations or information.

Use Wikipedia or any

other .com.

Baby your students and hinder their learning

abilities.

It is important to remember that as an educator you must be open to learning from
It is important to remember that as an educator you must be open to learning from
It is important to remember that as an educator you must be open to learning from

It is important to

remember that

as an educator

you must be

open to learning from your

students.

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Discussion Threads Emails Power Point Presentations Drop Box Grades Quizzes Tests Videos/Pod Cast
Discussion Threads Emails Power Point Presentations Drop Box Grades Quizzes Tests Videos/Pod Cast

Discussion Threads

Discussion Threads Emails Power Point Presentations Drop Box Grades Quizzes Tests Videos/Pod Cast

Emails

Power Point Presentations

Discussion Threads Emails Power Point Presentations Drop Box Grades Quizzes Tests Videos/Pod Cast

Drop Box

Grades

Grades

Quizzes

Quizzes

Tests

Tests

Discussion Threads Emails Power Point Presentations Drop Box Grades Quizzes Tests Videos/Pod Cast

Videos/Pod Cast

Discussion

Threads are a great way to

stay in touch with your

students and

gain insight to their

knowledge.

Discussion Threads are a great way to stay in touch with your students and gain insight
• Email is private communication between student and teacher. • Email needs to be checked on

Email is private communication between student and teacher. Email needs to be checked on a daily basis.

Power Point

Presentations need to

be professional at all times.

Make sure to check and

recheck your Power Point Presentation for grammatical errors before uploading to the classroom.

• Power Point Presentations need to be professional at all times. • Make sure to check

This tool is a place were students can upload papers, and all other materials that need to

be graded.

Turnitin.com can be linked to the Drop Box to verify if the students work is original.

• This tool is a place were students can upload papers, and all other materials that
Grades are very
Grades are very

important to students so make sure all grades are posted in a

timely manner.

Grade calculators are easy to add and will

tally the students

progress through the course.

Online quizzes

can be modified

to randomly choose answers

so that no one

student has the same questions.

Online quizzes can be modified to randomly choose answers so that no one student has the

Multiple Test given Online Test can have questions picked at random Lock Down Browser Half online and Half in class

• Multiple Test given • Online Test can have questions picked at random • Lock Down
• Record your face-to- • face classes. Great for review. • Students unable to attend can

Record your face-to-

face classes. Great for review.

Students unable to attend can participate with the class.

Educator review.

Critiquing tool on lesson delivery and visual

aides.

• Is your Curriculum right for a hybrid course. • Have you set up your curriculum
• Is your Curriculum right for a hybrid course. • Have you set up your curriculum

Is your Curriculum right

for a hybrid course.

Have you set up your curriculum so that it is

easy to access.

Can your curriculum be changed from a face-to-

face classroom to a

hybrid classroom.

• While this course may be a lot to cover in a short period of time

While this course may be a lot to cover in a short

period of time it is important to remember that

colleagues and mentors can help you with every aspect of teaching a hybrid course.

Please download this Power Point Presentation so that you may reference it at any time.

If you have any additional questions or problems

with your design of a hybrid course feel free to

call or email me at any time.

References:

Barr, R. B., & Tagg, J. (Nov/Dec 1995). From teaching to learningA new paradigm for undergraduate education [Electronic version.] Change, 27 (6).

Core Competencies for the professional collaborative practice. Retrieved from:

petencies.pdf.

Developing Instructional Objectives. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.jblearning.com

Diehl, M. (2008). Teaching Medical Terminology. Health Professional Institute Multicultural Lesson in Medical Terminology

References:

DuCharme-Hansen, B. A., & Dupin-Bryant, P. A. (2005).

Web-based distance education for adults. Malabar,

FL: Krieger.

Gottlieb, K. & Robinson, G. (2006). A Practical guide for integrative responsibility to curriculum.

Washington, DC.; Community College Press.

Hybrid terms and technology. Retrieved from

learning/about-hybrid/benefits-hybrid

Impact of education on nursing practice. (2012). AACN,

12(1), 61-70. Retrieved from

http://www.uwsa.edu/ttt/articles/garnham2.htm.

References:

National University. (2009). Overcoming

technology barriers in adult education.

Retrieved from National University, ASBBS Annual Conference website

Whitehead, D. S. & Tappen, R. (2007). Essentials of Nursing Leadership and Management (4th ed.). Philadelphia, PA:

EA Davis.