First, thank you for taking your precious time to read this and thank you in advance for your ideas.
For our pharm class, we are required to do a group project on glucocorticosteroids. We were told by the prof that we could use budesonide (Pulmicort) as the prototype. The entire class was divided into groups and each week a diff group presents their prototype drug as instruction for the class. We are graded on:content, collaboration, organization, and presentation.
Creativity is encouraged, however, thus far, each group has performed a skit as well as presented a PP. We must include:
-brief overview of pathophysiology related to drug class
-principal indications of drug
-principal actions of drug
This whole group project thing is a new concept for the prof, as she's trying to mix things up for the students. I know from speaking w/ her that she is (and the rest of the class), a bit bored by the PPs & skits and is wondering where our creativity is.
I would like to be able to do something different for the class, something interesting, something effective to help my fellow classmates LEARN. Sooo.... any creative people out there? Ideas, comments? We are a group of five, and we are allotted 20 minutes to present. The class size is about 60.
I also know the prof is having us get up in front of the class to also show us that it is not easy being a teacher of which I know having taught 4K-6th computer lab for just a year.
Do we have any teachers in the crowd? Any personal experiences? Anything funny related to Pulmicort? We could use a laugh to break the stress. Many thanks!