Evaluating Pedagogical Tools in Delivering Anatomical EducationDr. Kem Rogers, Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario

The increasing need to deliver more of our education in hybrid and online courses has also elevated an effort to study the efficacy of various online teaching approaches. Dr. Rogers and his team have studied the use of several pedagogical tools in delivering anatomical education and have arrived at a model for simultaneously teaching face-to-face and online students with the same course content in Systemic Human Anatomy and Mammalian Histology that has produced strong student performance metrics for both groups using Echo360. Dr Rogers will share what he finds most compelling about Echo360 when engaging students in this hybrid context.

Bio
Dr. Kem Rogers, is a Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, at the University of Western Ontario. In addition to research and teaching, he has held several administrative posts, including Associate Dean of the Bachelors of Medical Sciences program (2006-9), Chair of Anatomy and Cell Biology (2011-2017) and Chair of the Construction Oversight Committee (2017-) in charge of rebuilding the medical and dental school.