Student-Driven Case-Based Learning
Stimulate engagement by offering student-driven case-based learning in your online courses. Your students will apply critical thinking and real-world solutions to interesting challenges and take ownership of the solutions they provide. This peer-led model allows the professional to emerge in every student as they lead their group to success with the case each week.
This webinar will explore the utilization of student-driven case-based learning in a graduate healthcare program as an example, but the course strategies and design could be utilized in a wide variety of disciplines. . Although well-suited for health care professions, the possibilities are much greater with this flexible strategy to offer students an opportunity to work on a real world problems in virtually any discipline. Find out about detailed course structure, design, and assessment as well as what worked well and what might be changed for next time.
Bevin Clare is an Associate Professor, herbalist and nutritionist currently appointed as the Program Manager of the Post-Master’s Certificate in Clinical Herbalism at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. In addition to extensive development and delivery of online materials she most recently converted the Clinical Herbalism program from an onsite program to a hybrid one (onsite clinic with online didactic coursework) where case-based learning plays a significant role. She holds a MSc in Infectious Disease from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and speaks widely on the use of herbs and foods in health and wellness .