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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Secret identity | New blog by Diane Roque

I enjoyed doing this course.  I've learned so much.  Secret identity will be one of my activities every week.  Thank you so much.

Reflection on specific subject teaching strategies | New blog by Ora Robinson

This module reminded me of the need to process out each chapter of the text to facilitate learner engagement of the material with additional learning aids, such as games and interactive activities. &n...

Reflection on including games | New blog by Ora Robinson

Hello: I've completed the module on incorporating games.  After reading the evidence and reviewing the examples, I am more willing to create and implement some of the suggestions.  The chal...

Reflection on theories and application | New blog by Ora Robinson

Although familiar with adult learning theories, it was a refresher to review the various concepts and reflect on how I have used them and if effective.  I took time to reflect on the reflection q...

Lesson planning and student engagment | New blog by Terracina Dupree

This llesson gave a lot of insight on how to intergate technology and other resouces to the learning enviroment.   There was tools that encoughed different forms of assessment that will be h...

games | New blog by marla Schlesinger

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3-month email technique | New blog by Ahdy Rofaeil

This technique is one of the most successful in connecting with the students afte the class. It makes this learning process an ongoing one rather than an event.

3 colored dots | New comment by Ahdy Rofaeil

It's an amazing way of teaching & supervising the students in a clinical encounter

class | New comment by Ahdy Rofaeil

I agree on this opinion. It's too much of side ways to teach. 

Team Building AND Learning | New comment by Ahdy Rofaeil

Teamworking helped me a lot to create a friendly atmosphere