Disrupting Traditional Content Delivery Through Technology-Mediated Learning: A Student-Centered Approach

dc.creator Caul, Tela
dc.creator Nguyen, Peter
dc.date.accessioned 2023-04-11T01:02:50Z
dc.date.available 2023-04-11T01:02:50Z
dc.date.issued 2023
dc.description.abstract <p>Traditional, lecture-based content delivery is not effective in cultivating problem-solving and deep content knowledge that future physicians need to be successful. To disrupt the norm, this project includes: driving student engagement through technology-mediated learning, providing adaptive modes of learning to cater to our diverse learners, and creating a feedback loop for student voice.<p/> <p>The Stanford EdTech support team encourages faculty to adopt student-centered approaches by providing consultation and instructional technology tools. During synchronous classes, we support faculty with live polling, gamification, and interactive Q&A. For asynchronous content on our LMS, we support flipped-learning through media, interactive CFUs, and captioning with searchable transcripts.<p/> <p>We’ve seen significant increases in student engagement as shown by student attendance, turn-in rates on ungraded activities, and evaluation data. Faculty also have more confidence to innovate with instructional technology. Conversely, some challenges included funding, piloting, faculty buy-in, and consistency across guest lecturers.<p/>
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