In this interview, we sit down with Asma Ali, founder and principal consultant at AA& Associates LLC. We discussed her 2016 JCEHP publication, “Learning Scaffolds: Progressive Instructional Design for Problem-Based Learning.”
In this interview, we sit down with Andy Crim, director of education and professional development at the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists. We’ll discuss his 2016 JCEHP publication.
Efforts to include social media in professional development have been met with mixed reactions, with issues cited including control of content and best use, as well as measurement of learning outcomes.
In conversations building off the morning’s keynote and in the midst of Greg Salinas’ session titled “Standardization of Outcomes: Lessons Learned from Attempts to Aggregate,” a small group of colleagues/attendees hatched the idea of an outcomes standardization project (OSP).
This new column is designed to present and resolve common challenges and conundrums in CE instructional design. This installment focuses on Challenge No. 1: The Case of Incomplete Needs Assessment.