Author Archives: Viktor Bovbjerg

taking intro to public health hybrid

H100 is Introduction to Public Health in our college.  Traditionally, it was taught to undergraduates in our two public health degree programs.  A couple of years ago, it became required for them, raising the census to about 200 in the … Continue reading

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peer to peer learning

I was spoiled as a young instructor.  I taught a health administration (MSPH) course online to students who had considerable experience in their fields, were often already leaders or tapped to become leaders, and came from an wide range of … Continue reading

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sages and stages

Most of us were taught to be sages on stages, and the role models who were pointed out to us as paragons of teaching epitomized that model (though the best were much more than that).  I think the ‘sage on … Continue reading

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