Screen 1: The e-module will be conducted in the fall using Canvas, Harvard's learning management system. The learner cohort will consist of practitioners/students from across the country.
Screen 2: This e-module focuses on public health program development using the case-based teaching method.
Screen 3: Learners will first develop a context for recognizing weight-based stigma in public health campaigns. They are encouraged to apply their own experiences to gain a personal connection with the concepts and to learn from their peers.
Screen 4: Learners will then see the issues in action in the form of a case scenario. Learners will read the case, then revisit the case in an interactive format.
Screen 5: The interactive case brings the story to life through engaging images and media format.
Screen 6: Learners are also encouraged to interact with the case through guided response opportunities.
Screen 7: The e-module uses social constructivist methods including discussion with peers and instructors, dialogues, and team-based activities that allow students to practice the programming methods presented.