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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Using Visual Methods | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Jose Candelario

Visual note taking is another level. Thank  you!

Group Activities | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Jose Candelario

I will refer to this lesson periodically. Thank you!

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Jose Candelario

Excellent lesson on how to create an active learning enviornment for all.

Sharing | New blog by Mary Allen

I would like to share the concept of "Cat naps" is not a sign of mental channel surfing.  The phrase is just as it says.  It is a brief nap.

Using Visual Methods | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Mary Allen

T have learned from this module is that there are many ways to engage the student to actively participate in his or her learning and as a facilitator, it is my responsibility to assess my students...

Using Individual Activities to Teach Medical Terminology | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Mary Allen

I have learned that activities can increase the learner's confidence and promotes success in those who needs a little more review than others.

Group Activities | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Mary Allen

I have learned from this module is that subliminal review is a great learning tool.

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Mary Allen

I have learned from this module is that if we have a positive, memorable link with our peers if we engage and become interested in each other (bonding).

Using Individual Activities to Teach Medical Terminology | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Leticia Saenz

I will be doing the word search and cross word puzzles.