Brief Bio

Christine A. Macfarlane, PhD, is a Professor of Special Education in the School of Learning and Teaching at Pacific University.

Sandra Rogers, PhD, is a Professor in the School of Occupational Therapy at Pacific University.

Nancy A. Cicirelly, EdD, is a Professor Emeritus from the School of Physical Therapy at Pacific University.

Their shared focus on children with disabilities and interest in promoting increased services in China has resulted in a powerful interdisciplinary collaboration.

Title

Going the Distance: Developing and Implementing a Blended Learning Course in China

Track

Higher Education

Proposal Type

Interactive Session

Abstract

Berglund 213

Development, implementation, and delivery of a blended learning course for practicing therapists and special educators in pediatric practice in China involves inter-professional collaboration, use of multiple technologies, and understanding of cultural differences. The path is not easy; however, the ripple effect of updated, best-practice knowledge is remarkable.

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Going the Distance: Developing and Implementing a Blended Learning Course in China

Berglund 213

Development, implementation, and delivery of a blended learning course for practicing therapists and special educators in pediatric practice in China involves inter-professional collaboration, use of multiple technologies, and understanding of cultural differences. The path is not easy; however, the ripple effect of updated, best-practice knowledge is remarkable.