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Helpful Blooms Site

Helpful resource for Blooms. 

Invitational Education

This is a non-profit association which promotes inviting students into the learning environment. 

A good resource!

Medline is an easy access resource for disease processes and drug information. You can register and get the application on your phone for easy access. It is supported by NIH and can be a citation for your work.

studying can be fun

Engaging group and distance learning for teachers and students.

5 TED Talks about Virtual Education You Should Watch Now

Edumentum Blog

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Medication information

This a great site for healthcare students. There are plenty of activities. You may have to create a free account to access the material. Well worth it.

Escape Room

My students have enjoyed using an escape room to help pull concepts together. Here is a link to one that I created.

Teaching

Helpful site for teaching

APA Assistance for Students

I am a nursing online instructor, so APA formatting is part of every assignment. I often refer to this website and send to my students while they are compsing their papers. It has all the different types of formatting, along with a sample paper. 

YouTube Videos on Physics

More than 400 videos on different topics in Physics

Useful website

Our school system recently started using this learning managment system called Its Learning. It has everything on one site.

PsyBlog

This site is all about scientific research into how the mind works. It’s written by a psychologist and author, Dr Jeremy Dean. The aim is to write simply and clearly about psychology so that anyone can understand it. 

 

This site is all about scientific research into how the mind works. It’s written by a psychologist and author, Dr Jeremy Dean. The aim is to write simply and clearly about psychology so that anyone can understand it. - See more at: http://www.spring.org.uk/get-the-latest-from-psyblog#sthash.UQnCELsL.dpuf

Color and Culture

Color is an important part of any design, but if you make a bad choice of colors your design can say something different than you intend it to. How colors are perceived depends a lot on the culture a person was born into, and with the below chart you can get a better sense of how the colors you choose affect your customers in various cultures. The chart lists colors and meanings that various different cultures associate with those colors. Note that in some cases, the color is also associated with another “thing” such as a “white dove” in western… >>>

Wix.com

I encourage students to use Wix to create e-portfolios that are required for a class I teach. It allows students to create web sites with templates, so they can focus on the content of the e-portfolios instead of the details of creating a web site.

Allen Krantz

This site contains many common grammar and word usage errors. I use use it as supplemental material for my communication class.

Creating a Bio

I truly believe that creating a detailed academic and personal bio to share with your students will place them more at ease with the  entire course.

Free Online Tool for Web Mockups

HTML/CSS based tool for fast prototyping of web designs.

Cardiac/pulmonary link

This link has short video clips and questions that shows great film and explanation of the cardiac and pulmonary system. It also has little games that the students can play to place all of the parts of the cardio and pulonary system in place.