Resource: Case Study 13
Write a 700- to 1,050-word case study assuming you have been selected to assist in the instructional design process for the pediatric clerkship at State Medical University.
This paper defines the process, design and development for a web-based instructional design program at the pediatric clerkship at State Medical University for training healthcare professionals, physicians, and nurses. Additionally, the paper utilizes the ADDIE model for the analysis, design, and development of the new program. ADDIE’s structured model will assist in making recommendations for the new program. In the analysis phase, needs assessment will point out and outline gaps within the existing system. Team B’s recommendations for the new program’s development and design will resolve gaps, improve performance based objectives, and specific recommendations to amend the current system. These recommendations will assist the State Medical University on the benefits of changing to a new web-based program.
Define the process, the design, and the development of this project and how you would modify the current program. Analysis of the current process for clinical teaching the third year pediatric course identifies that the design consists of apprenticeships in hospital settings, whichcurrently has students dispersed throughout the state. The clerkship director wants to integrate technology into the third year pediatric course to improve access to learning experiences and resources lacking with the geographic distance of medical students. The proposed design involves a problem based learning approach in which students have access online video cases with footage of live or enacted patient experiences, access resources online, and virtually interact with other students and instructors in different locations taking the same course (Case Study 13, 2007). Development of the instructional design involves collaboration between the...
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Case Study 13 - Pat Kelsoe and Jean Fallon: Implementing Innovation within an Established
Curriculum ISBN: 0131717057 Author: Peggy A. Ertmer, James Quinn
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