Remote Remediation- Successes, Challenges and Future Directions

April 21, 2021
1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. ET
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Hosted by the Laboratory Instructors SIG

Remediation is challenging under normal circumstances and the logistics of performing quality remediation are further complicated by remote teaching and learning environments. This session will compare two Big Ten Schools’ approaches and experiences with remote remediation. The goal is to stimulate good discussion and to share best practices. Please note: this will be an interactive session with breakout rooms. Please be prepared to share in the conversation.

Objectives:

  1. Present the remote minimum competency remediation activities that the lab team runs at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy and the University of Wisconsin.
  2. Highlight current challenges with our remote remediation plans and goals to improve our process.
  3. Facilitate discussion about efforts to maximize benefits to learners and minimize instructor time required for logistics and implementation.

Moderator:

Stacey Curtis
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Florida

Presenters:

Nichole Rupnow
Assistant Professor
University of Minnesota

Kim Lintner
Senior Lecturer
University of Wisconsin-Madison 
 

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