107: Jaclyn Lindo on Hawaii Land-Based Learning as a Method for Teaching Economics and a Flipped Classroom in Practice
Dr. Lindo flipped all of her courses using a combination of publisher-produced videos and her own problem-based, collaborative in-class assignments. She strives to make her course material as relevant to students’ experiences and interests by using pop culture as well as integrating local issues.
Jaclyn will be part of the first cohort of faculty to integrate land-based learning into their pedagogy with the aim of promoting learning that is rooted in Native Hawaiin values, place-based research, and community engagement to understand community needs.
Jaclyn previously lectured on health economics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, continuing with her expertise as the senior health economist at Hawaii Health Information Corporation. While there, Jaclyn researched healthcare policy and outcomes at the national and local levels.
Jaclyn completed her PhD at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2011.
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