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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Follow-up Plans for Student Learning | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kathleen Moore

Asking students to reach out later in life and email /  share success with current students

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

Utilizing students past experiences by asking how they have learned a new hobby

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Dana Jones-Martin

It is exciting to know how presenting the same content in six different way help learners retain 90% of information over 30 days, leading to a more substantial building block of...

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Linda Arredondo

Medical terminology is one that a student will value and hold throughout their career and lifetime. I am very interested in what this course has to offer to educators...

Operationalizing Educational Theory in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Linda Arredondo

Students learn by incorporating learning skills, such as; tactile, audio, and visual. Therefore, as an educator we must build our lesson plans to incorporate lessons that allow our students' to use...

Make Educational Theory Relevant in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kathleen Moore

Chant/cheer would be great to focus energy and I agree with Sarah with mind mapping and careplans

Operationalizing Educational Theory in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by Kathleen Moore

"Treasure" search in the reading and how stories meet multiple frames of mind

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 2 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Elizabeth Krupp

The use of card games was a great idea. It can be used with any learning objective that has compare/contrast, if this, then that, and other dual idea concepts. 

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 1 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Elizabeth Krupp

Using hard to forget props is an excellent method to increase retention of the steps of a process. Most learners use a variety of methods to remember important information and this is a great way to...

Clinical Setting Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Elizabeth Krupp

Many nurses use hand gestures and facial signals to each other when working with patients. The idea to create a set for the students is great and will help them learn without worrying about how to...