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Presentation 4D2. From Online Learner to Online Teacher

Presenter
Sharon Copeland-Smith (Australia) sharon.copeland-smith@mmv.vic.gov.au

 

Presentation Abstract
The experience as an online student is discussed as a case study. The online course undertaken was designed as professional development for teachers. The objective of the course was to develop skills in the online development and delivery of training. It included instructional design, the development of educational models for delivery, tutoring online and the use of computer mediated communications software. The positive and negative aspects of this experience are covered. The "lessons learned" are discussed for relevance to teaching health statistics, predominantly risks and rates and common study types used in health investigations.

 

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