CHDS faculty Stephen Resch and Lisa Robinson were hosted by the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator for a week-long residency in early November, 2016 to focus on pedagogy in decision science. Working with Incubator director Sue J. Goldie, Resch and Robinson developed novel and innovative strategies into introduce into their HSPH course, Economic Evaluation for Health Policy and Program Management (RDS 282). The residency included brainstorming exercises, curriculum planning discussions, and studio sessions with Incubator staff, senior contributors, and instructional design collaborators from the Chan School’s Media and Educational Technology Services.
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