From Theory to Practice: Integrating Instructional Technology into Veterinary Medical Education Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Technology has changed the landscape of teaching and learning. The integration of instructional technology into teaching for meaningful learning is an issue for all educators to consider. In this article, we introduce educational theories including constructivism, information-processing theory, and dual-coding theory, along with the seven principles of good practice in undergraduate education. We also discuss five practical instructional strategies and the relationship of these strategies to the educational theories. From theory to practice, the purpose of the article is to share our application of educational theory and practice to work toward more innovative teaching in veterinary medical education.

altmetric score

  • 3

author list (cited authors)

  • Wang, H., Rush, B. R., Wilkerson, M., Herman, C., Miesner, M., Renter, D., & Gehring, R.

citation count

  • 0

complete list of authors

  • Wang, Hong||Rush, Bonnie R||Wilkerson, Melinda||Herman, Cheryl||Miesner, Matt||Renter, David||Gehring, Ronette

publication date

  • September 2013