Proposal Title

Enhancing Student Engagement through Podcasting

Proposal Abstract

This session will describe research conducted to determine if student learning was increased through a podcasted lecture followed by a learner-centered approach to cardiac conduction content. A quasi-experimental, pretest-posttest comparison group design was used to evaluate student learning. Participants in this session will explore the possibility of using technology, such as podcasting, to allow for more time to engage the student in the learning process. The participants will also be able to describe the benefits and challenges of using podcasting to engage student learning from both the student and faculty perspective. Participants will experience how a podcasting assignment allowed for increased faculty-student engagement in the classroom. A demonstration of podcasting formats as a method to facilitate student-centered learning in the classroom will be provided.

Location

Room 2904

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 11th, 10:00 AM Mar 11th, 10:45 AM

Enhancing Student Engagement through Podcasting

Room 2904

This session will describe research conducted to determine if student learning was increased through a podcasted lecture followed by a learner-centered approach to cardiac conduction content. A quasi-experimental, pretest-posttest comparison group design was used to evaluate student learning. Participants in this session will explore the possibility of using technology, such as podcasting, to allow for more time to engage the student in the learning process. The participants will also be able to describe the benefits and challenges of using podcasting to engage student learning from both the student and faculty perspective. Participants will experience how a podcasting assignment allowed for increased faculty-student engagement in the classroom. A demonstration of podcasting formats as a method to facilitate student-centered learning in the classroom will be provided.