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 Kathleen O’Neil-Meyers

I learned a great deal and have more to learn. I will seek out additional information in an effort to help not only me but my students to succee.

Using Individual Activities to Teach Medical Terminology | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kathleen O’Neil-Meyers

I love these ideas And I look forward to using the ideas in lab and in clinical. I wish that I had others to share or good references to share.

Group Activities | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kathleen O’Neil-Meyers

The students like Kahoot and we have played games with vocabulary words. These ideas are great and although I am not a  classroom instructor I look forward to tailorin some of these ideas for...

Creating Long-Term Memory | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Kathleen O’Neil-Meyers

I have seen all those signs (which I did not know had unique names) not only in myself as a student but in my students too!Interactive activities do engage the learner and we, as instructors, need to...

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

Following up with students after graduation to see how they are meeting their goals is a great idea. You can also do this through social media once the student has graduated. This will also create a...

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

I will implement asking students on the first day of class what is their favorite hobby and how did they learn it. This will give me input to their preferred teaching method.

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

I like the idea of the chant or cheer to memorize procedure protocol. It can also help energize a class that has become distracted.

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

I like the idea of an embedded code word in the readings that can be spoken to the teacher the next time class is given. I think this will encourage students to carefully read the text rather than...

Using Visual Methods | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Sandra Byrnes

Although 1 and 5 people are artistic, I think the visual note taking is awesome for the students to remember.

Using Individual Activities to Teach Medical Terminology | Origin: ED310 | New comment by Sandra Byrnes

I think the crossword puzzles would be fun and the concentration game as well.