Assessment & Retention in Hybrid Anatomy & Physiology Class
This is a recorded presentation available from January 17, 2013. You can watch the recorded session at our HETS YouTube Channel or right here.
This project measures, promotes, and assesses effective student learning in a hybrid Anatomy and Physiology II course, a class our Biology and Medical Lab Technology students normally find quite challenging in a traditional classroom setting. This study examines whether our students are more successful in a hybrid? or blended? version of the course that is more technologically based. I am developing assessment tools to determine if students in the hybrid A&P II class were more successful in meeting the benchmarks of the course learning outcomes.
Institution: Bronx Community College
Dr. Abass Abdullahi, is an Associate professor at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York. His interests are Biomedical, allied health, and public health as well as pedagogical research including distance learning, assessment and teaching with technology.
Albert Robinson is the Manager of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology at Bronx Community College CUNY, and has worked in the area of faculty technology training and on-line curriculum design for several years. Mr. Robinson holds a M.S. in Adult Education from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. He also has earned several professional technology certifications, including A+, IC3 and is a certified IC3instructor.
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