Hands-On, Hands-Off - A practical solution to lockdown woes

Introduction


ADInstruments is excited to present the Upcoming Webinar on "Hands-On, Hands-Off - A practical solution to lockdown woes". 

Sharon and Dane will show you how to pack your prac into a ‘carry-on case’ that will fit into the overhead compartment, so you can keep calm and carry on delivering your classes during lockdowns and in socially-restricted settings. They’ll be describing the approaches they used to facilitate hands-on, practical learning in physiology through various stages of the changeable landscape offered up to tertiary education during the pandemic – and offering some practical tips and strategies for keeping students in the cockpit during practical classes using the real-time remote control. The Captain has switched on the ‘fasten your seat belt’ indicator, so sit back, put your tray-table in the upright position, and enjoy the trip – we really miss travel!


Dr.  Dane King
Associate Professor
Head of Assessment for the School of Medicine (Sydney)
The University of Notre Dame Australia

Dane has played a central role in establishing the Graduate Diploma of Health and Medical Sciences Program and leads physiology teaching within these courses. He has a background in bioinformatics and data science and combines his passion for medical science education with his deep love of numbers and analytics to try and develop innovative, data-driven approaches to enhancing the teaching and learning of physiology. Where computer meets the classroom, you’re likely to find Dane (and Sharon) trying to find ways to make the experience more connected, more interactive, and more engaging – through gamification, problem-solving and team-working using a variety of productivity and collaboration tools.

Dr. Sharon Herkes
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator of Postgraduate Health and Medical Sciences for the School of Medicine(Sydney)
The University of Notre Dame Australia

Sharon strives to instill a love of teaching in teachers and a love of learning in students. She contributes to Peer Review and Observation of Teaching (PORT) programs, mentors academics in the use of innovative and engaging teaching approaches and convenes an annual Blended Learning Symposium (www.blendedlearning.org.au).  Mostly, she enjoys teaching students physiology and working with Dane, endeavors to make this a fun and rewarding experience.

Schedule

E.g., 8 Jul 2022
E.g., 8 Jul 2022

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