Blended learning and interactive pedagogies: Supporting problem-based learning in dental education<br />CITERS 2010 Worksh...
E-learning as ‘fit for purpose’: Supporting PBL@HKU Dentistry<br />Problem statement, presentation, inquiry materials<br /...
2006 ‘Web learning centre’ (WebCT)<br /><ul><li>Self-directed learning (WebCT)</li></ul>Tutorials (face-to-face)  <br />+<...
2007 ‘Learning objects’<br /><ul><li>Resource materials:
 Clinical webinars
 Videos
 3-D images
 Photographs/ radiographs etc
Linked to the problems
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Designing e-Learning in Higher Education: Practice Cases

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5 March 2010 (Friday) | 11:00 - 12:30 | http://citers2010.cite.hku.hk/abstract/72 | Dr. Susan BRIDGES, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Dentistry, HKU

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  1. 1. Blended learning and interactive pedagogies: Supporting problem-based learning in dental education<br />CITERS 2010 Workshop: Designing e-Learning in Higher Education<br />Dr Susan Bridges<br />Dr M Botelho, Dr J Dyson, Prof C McGrath, Dr C S Tsang, Dr C Yiu <br />Faculty of Dentistry<br />The University of Hong Kong<br />
  2. 2. E-learning as ‘fit for purpose’: Supporting PBL@HKU Dentistry<br />Problem statement, presentation, inquiry materials<br />Learning resources<br />e.g. E-journal articles, web-links<br />Information/learning materials associated with practicals<br />Products/ group assignments<br />Recorded presentations (Key topic/ OHSS)<br />Self-tests (Quizzes – formative)<br />
  3. 3. 2006 ‘Web learning centre’ (WebCT)<br /><ul><li>Self-directed learning (WebCT)</li></ul>Tutorials (face-to-face) <br />+<br />T1<br />T2<br />Digital repository approach (asynchronous)<br />
  4. 4. 2007 ‘Learning objects’<br /><ul><li>Resource materials:
  5. 5. Clinical webinars
  6. 6. Videos
  7. 7. 3-D images
  8. 8. Photographs/ radiographs etc
  9. 9. Linked to the problems
  10. 10. Archived</li></li></ul><li>Evaluation<br />I: What would you want to change?<br />BDS IV: The importance of WebCT is increasing. Honestly in Year 2 I rarely used WebCT because I found that it's not quite useful.<br /> But now most of the information I can only get from the WebCT.<br /> And also many of the resources are quite useful, like the video part. Previously we just didn’t have it - especially for the resource sessions of other years.<br />
  11. 11. 2008 ‘Blended learning’ approach<br />Moving from asynchronous to synchronous modes…<br />from a digital repository approach <br />to an interactive blending of technology within tutorials…<br />
  12. 12. Embedding learning tools to support PBL<br />Bridges, S.M, Dyson, J.E., Corbet E. F. (2009). Blended learning, knowledge co-construction and undergraduate group work. Medical Education. (43)<br />
  13. 13. 2009 Supporting blended learning <br />Closer integration of learning technologies with face-to-face teaching<br />Accessing both in-house learning objects and online resources within the tutorials using IWBs<br />Supports the group knowledge-construction process as students: <br />Access, display, manipulate and annotate the learning objects <br />Save and share files of their group’s responses<br />
  14. 14. Management of Web-learning Centre & Resource Development<br />Coordinates/oversees development and management of sites for all years<br />Adds materials, monitors and redirects questions<br />Assists Webmaster and Exec. Officer to redirect questions to appropriate staff. Answers general questions on course.<br />Coordinates/oversees for specific year<br />Develops and revise PBL problems<br />Provides learning materials, quiz questions, feedback on products. Answer questions.<br />

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