Teaching and Learning

The WSU College of Pharmacy is committed to improving teaching and learning excellence throughout our professional and graduate programs.

Future events

Brown bag lunch sessions run from 12:10 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in PBS 114, upcoming sessions are listed below:
No upcoming sessions


Additional resources about teaching and learning are available for College of Pharmacy faculty on Blackboard. To reach these resources, login to Blackboard and select “Continuous” as the term. The content is within the course titled “College of Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.”

College of Pharmacy resources Active Learning

Flipped classroom
What is a flipped classroom?

Do flipped classrooms work for pharmacy courses?

  • The Flipped Classroom - A Course Redesign to Foster Learning and Engagement in a Health Professions School Link to pdf
  • Pharmacy Student Engagement, Performance, and Perception in a Flipped Satellite Classroom Link to pdf
  • Vodcasts and active-learning exercises in a “flipped classroom” model of a renal pharmacotherapy module Link to pdf
  • Using Team-based Learning in an Endocrine Module Taught Across Two Campuses Link to pdf
  • Team-based Learning in Pharmacotherapeutics Link to pdf
  • Redesign of a Large Lecture Course Into a Small-Group Learning Course Link to pdf
  • Team-Based Learning to Improve Learning Outcomes in a Therapeutics Course Sequence Link to pdf
  • An Eight-year Retrospective Study in “Flipped” Pharmacokinetics Courses Link to pdf
  • Flipping the Classroom for Pharmacokinetics Link to pdf
  • Pharmacy Students’ Performance and Perceptions in a Flipped Teaching Pilot on Cardiac Arrhythmias Link to pdf
  • Impact of Flipped Classroom Design on Student Performance and Perceptions in a Pharmacotherapy Course Link to pdf
  • Evaluation of a Flipped Drug Literature Evaluation Course Link to pdf
  • Student Performance in a Pharmacotherapy Oncology Module Before and After Flipping the Classroom Link to pdf
  • Students’ Attitudes, Academic Performance and Preferences for Content Delivery in a Very Large Self-Care Course Redesign Link to pdf

How to flip your classroom?

Team-based learning

  • Designing Effective Group Activities Link to pdf
  • Team-based learning Link to pdf
  • Best Practices for Implementing Team-Based Learning in Pharmacy Education Link to pdf
  • Getting started with team-based learning Link to pdf
  • Team based learning instructional activity sequence Link to pdf
  • Traditional Teaching Versus TBL Instructional Strategies Link to pdf
  • Practical Team-Based Learning from Planning to Implementation Link to pdf

Effective teaching

For information related to the Honors-Satisfactory-Fail competency-based curriculum or help with ExamSoft, please see the Curricular Measurement webpage.

For a comprehensive list of library resources and tools specific to pharmacy, please click here.



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Director, Advancement of Teaching and Learning Excellence

Teaching Contacts

Active learning activities
  • Jennifer Robinson
Discussion facilitation
  • Jennifer Robinson
  • Megan Willson
Flipped classroom
  • Connie Remsberg
  • Brenda Bray
  • Linda Garrelts-Maclean
Lab-based exercises
  • Catrina Schwartz
  • Brenda Bray
  • Connie Remsberg
  • Brenda Bray
  • Megan Willson
  • Connie Remsberg
Team-based learning
  • Jennifer Robinson
  • Gary Pollack
  • Kimberly McKeirnan
  • Linda Garrelts-Maclean
  • Julie Akers