Mae Dorado

Mae Dorado

Location: honolulu, hi

About me

Mae Dorado, CMA (AAMA), CPC, CPC-I is the Community Allied Health Education Manager for Hawaii Pacific Health’s Medical Assistant Program.  Her teaching background is as a current Lecturer and previously Associate Professor of Medical Assisting and Health Sciences at Kapiolani Community College.  She has her Masters Degree with the UH Manoa College of Education in Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) and a Bachelors Degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Health Care Administration.  

 

As a Certified Medical Assistant through the AAMA and a Certified Professional Medical Coder and Approved Instructor with the AAPC for the past 19 years, her strength is in teaching clinical and administrative skills to both high school and college students.  

Interests

reading novels, watching movies, hiking, off-roading and ziplining

Skills

typing, organizing events, online tech/tools, teaching both face-to-face and online, certified in cpr/fa and medical coding

Activity

I am all about student engagement, the number of years that I have been teaching helped me to learn that engagement gets better evaluation scores and happier student learners. ...

I am glad to hear that much of what I am already doing is necessary to evaluate student learning and ensure that learning has occurred.  I teach in both online and face-to-face...

I have learned that communicating effectively is essential for establishing a pattern of teaching and will assist students in successfully navigating and getting through your...

Technology Tools can help make teaching and managing a course more efficient.  But a teacher has to understand the tool before expecting the students in the course to use...

Managers don't always make good leaders.  Something I take to heart over the past 20 years of teaching, mentoring and managing in my various positions.  You need to...

I appreciate the tips for online communication strategies.  I prefer to use response sequencing which is a technique for attending to students’ needs in a personalized...

Although my preference is for face-to-face interation with students...I must learn to adapt.  Technology trends are becoming popular methods of delivering instruction in...

The online learner are no longer just traditional students.  As instructors it would behoove us to get to learn about our students and find out what motivates them to accomplish...

There is a balance that is necessary...feed students too much and you enable them.  Help them to think on their own by letting them fail and we are not being supportive...

I really appreciate the recommendations for effective strategies for:

  • Keeping course records.
  • Communicating with students.
  • Counseling students.
  • Dealing...

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