How Are You Teaching?
How Are You Teaching? spotlights Ohio State instructors who share with peers innovative pedagogical approaches, teaching tips, recommended methods for engaging students with course content and techniques for staying connected to their students and to one another.
Lecturer, Pharmacy Education and Innovation, College of Pharmacy
Nick Denton, Ph.D., introduced a strategy of “flipping” lab teams to encourage engagement in PHR4600 Pharmaceutical Sciences Laboratory. He also provided a variety of tools to orient students to the lab activities and presents these strategies in the accompanying featured video.
Increasing student demand for PHR2367, a course on drug use in the U.S., prompted him to organize a team to focus on best supporting undergraduate student success by focusing on inclusive practices. This effort comprised Denton’s IR project, which is outlined below.
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