Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

A Phenomenology Study on Dental Faculty Preparedness for Using Technology in Face-to-Face, Hybrid Courses, and Online Course to Reach Digital Native Learners
by Liberman, Leila Helene, Ed.D., Northcentral University, 2018, 120; 10745305
Abstract (Summary)

The exponential growth of online and hybrid education is most pressing and rapidly changing, increasing the need for faculty development programs for the traditional and online educator (Herman, 2012; Quinn & Kennedy-Clark, 2015). The students of today are referred to as the digital native student (DNS; Akcayir, Dundar, & Akcayir, 2016). Teaching faculty at dental schools are from the baby boomer and traditionalists’ generation (ADEA Snapshot, 2017). Additionally, there are many institutions where the teaching faculty are trained in a specific trade or skill and do not understand the need for a teaching pedagogy related to the DNS needs (Behar-Horenstein, Garvan, Catalanotto, Yu, & Xiaoying, 2016).

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Akagi, Cynthia
Commitee: Porter, Paula
School: Northcentral University
Department: Education
School Location: United States -- California
Source: DAI-A 79/07(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Dentistry, Educational technology
Keywords: Collaboration, Digital immigrant, Digital native, Engage, Interactive technology, Knowledge transfer
Publication Number: 10745305
ISBN: 9780355660579
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