Meeting the Needs of Various Generation Students in a Hybrid Physical Therapy Course
Purpose: Developing curriculum to challenge students to think critically and develop skills to facilitate success on the national board exam is an educator's primary goal. The use of hybrid coursework can achieve this goal however careful planning and consideration needs to occur for optimal success. Methods and/or Description of Project: For this presentation, an example of a physical therapy course lesson will be presented using a hybrid learning model. Methods to challenge students are various levels of Bloom's Taxonomy as well as meet the learning needs of different generational students will be highlighted. Results/Outcomes: From this educational session, the attendee will engage within the presented lesson and take away tips to utilize in their hybrid classroom environment. Conclusions/Relevance to the conference theme: Online learning environments are new opportunities to engage students prior to setting foot on a physical campus. Discovering new ways to engage physical therapy students will allow to optimize their educational resources.