Changes in the allied health fields are occurring at a rapid rate due to developments in technology, treatment and patient involvement.  It important that allied health educators be knowledgeable about these changes and be able to share them with their students.  This group is for allied health educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Didactic Content Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Caroline Woodward

I liked how the teaching methods applied to patient care and gave examples such as using multiple senses.   

Follow-up Plans for Student Learning | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kelly Penn

Pairing students up with a "buddy" who they can touch base with and encourage, seems like a great idea.

How to Assess and Utilize a Learner's Favorite Frame of Mind | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kelly Penn

I think it's important that we as educators continue to learn a variety of ways to teach

Make Educational Theory Relevant in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kelly Penn

Jingles! We all know that they get stuck in our heads. What a great way to help people remember steps!

Using Visual Methods | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kelly Penn

I love that these ideas incorporate all different learning styles. Theyve given me some great ideas, and I will try to adapt some to online learning.

Using Individual Activities to Teach Medical Terminology | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kelly Penn

I really liked the mystery word idea. It rewards concentration and stimulates problem solving.

Group Activities | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kelly Penn

I would love to use these, but as I am teaching an online course, I will need to modify. I think the idea of "throwing the ball" is a great idea to summarize the lesson of the day

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kelly Penn

The memory/emotion connection is very important. Information is better retained when there is a positive (or negative) feeling to go along with it.

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 2 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Beatrice Avila

Using a song to assist with memory recall is a great teaching tool.  The 'Macrena' song is great to use on the pulses. This can be done in person, online or hybrid class sessions.  

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 2 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Patricia Lamson

I liked the ABG Go Fish. I will implement this one next semester. Thank you for such wonderful ideas.