Dr. Miller is the Director of Strategic Distance Education for Rehab Essentials. He also serves as faculty for the transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Montana, and is an adjunct professor in the physical therapy department at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Miller received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Elon University and his EdD in Educational Technology in the School of Teaching and Learning, from the College of Education at The University of Florida. Dr. Miller is board certified in Geriatric Physical Therapy - Emeritus from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialization (ABPTS) and is an APTA credentialed Clinical Instructor. Dr. Miller’s research interests focus on use of educational technology in physical therapy education, the scholarship of teaching and learning, as well as blended and online higher education. Dr. Miller was the lead author for a published chapter on “Learning Psychomotor Skills in a Blended DPT program” in the book Blended Learning: Research Perspectives Vol 3. Dr. Miller received the Influencer Award from his presentation at the Physical Therapy Learning Institute Innovation Summit. Additionally, he has presented on blended learning in physical therapy education at ELC, CSM, and National Student Conclave conferences and has been an invited speaker on active learning and the use of educational technology for the Academic Faculty SIG of the Education Section. Along with being a member of the Academic Faculty SIG of the Education Section, Dr. Miller is also charter member of the ACAPT Education and Pedagogy Consortium. He has a passion for best practices of teaching and learning in online environments.
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