Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Over June 13-15, 2019, the University of Pittsburgh hosted its biennial communication sciences and disorders teaching conference. The topic this year was “Teaching Vestibular Assessment & Rehabilitation Across the Lifespan in the Classroom and Clinic”. I was fortunate to receive an Instructional Travel Grant Award to support my attendance.
As an audiologist with expertise is in vestibular and balance sciences, I was especially interested in learning new and innovative ways to teach our students in the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program. In this poster, I outline my three main objectives for attending this meeting and share some of what I learned during my time at the University of Pittsburgh.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Criter, Robin, "Lessons Learned: Experience at a Vestibular Teaching Conference" (2019). Instructional Development Grants. 13.