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Dr. Jane Fitzpatrick, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England, Bristol. Dr. George Bailey, Visiting Lecturer, University of the West of England, Bristol. A Learning and Sharing Event on E-Learning Weetwood Hall 22-23 March 2005. Blended learning: a recipe for empowerment!.

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Blended learning a recipe for empowerment

Dr. Jane Fitzpatrick, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England, Bristol.Dr. George Bailey, Visiting Lecturer, University of the West of England, Bristol.A Learning and Sharing Event on E-LearningWeetwood Hall22-23 March 2005


Blended learning a recipe for empowerment

Blended learning: a recipe for empowerment!

  • Presentation

  • Interactive discussion

  • Generating new ideas


What is the context and purpose

What is the context and purpose?


Blended learning

Blended Learning


Context

Context

  • Leadership in Community Practice module

  • 50 to 60 community health and social care students from

    • Public Health Nursing

    • District Nursing

    • Community Children’s Nursing

    • Community Mental Health Nursing

    • Practice Nursing


Some examples of the student context in practice

Some examples of the student context in practice

  • If full time 2 days uni 2 days practice

    • Public Health/ Health visiting/District nursing, GP attachment, Clinics or Health Centres

    • CCN, CMHN,

    • Charities

    • Hospital or locality Outreach teams

    • GP surgeries


Purpose

Purpose

  • Encourage students to use electronic sources to inform both academic development and evidence based practice.

  • Access

  • Retrieve

  • Select

  • Critically evaluate

  • Incorporate these skills into practice


It issues

IT issues

  • Limited skills with IT

  • Limited access

  • IT should be core skill

  • Huge range of material could be available if student has the confidence to use IT


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Swot analysis

SWOT analysis


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Blended Learning


Your swot analysis

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