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 meri torres

Following the students success after graduation is a great feeling, having graduates that are employed come to speak to the students if also a great tool, if they can do it so can I! 

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

Just asking different questions upon first meeting the student will assess their learning styles

Make Educational Theory Relevant in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by meri torres

Creating cheers or raps are lots of fun, the students actually love making thing rhyme and it makes sense to them, helps when reviewing notes for test

Operationalizing Educational Theory in Your Classes | Origin: ED312 | New comment by meri torres

Having key words in the handout / material is a great tool to use to encourage students to read assignments and be prepared for the next class

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 2 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Mario Gamboa

I will adapt the spaghetti muscles to illustrate sarcomere function in A&P, adapt pizza gases or ABG go fish to diagnostic bacteriology in Med Micro, :ulse point macarena in A&P,  The...

Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 1 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Mario Gamboa

I think I can use T-shirts, shower caps and adapt sheets with chalk on sidewalks to teach anatomy.  Chalk on sidewalks also can be used to describe pathogenesis in Medical Microbiology and...

Clinical Setting Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Mario Gamboa

I teach three non-IBC courses, but I want to be able to support the IBC courses.  I can see how it may be possible for me to apply some of these strategies to teach Pathophysiology, Medical...

Didactic Content Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Mario Gamboa

I use problem based learning projects to have my students teach each other various topics based on state standards.  However, I sometimes find it difficult to assess (before their presentations...

Clinical Setting Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Adriele Malone

More fantastic ideas that I can use with our clinical students! I will definitely utilize the dots on their watches technique when this opportunity presents itself. 

Didactic Content Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Adriele Malone

Some fabulous ideas to help our students be better critical thinkers and develop their assessment skills! I personally like the last one that teaches them to not on,y focus on what they are hearing,...