Shane Apperley

Shane Apperley

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Contact email: SHANE.APPERLEY@LMUNET.EDU

Mobile phone: 8693866764

About me

UK-trained Physician Associate/Assistant (PA) with a background in clinical medicine, pharmacy, governance, research, academia and military medicine.

I am currently enjoying working in the US as a Director and Associate Professor in PA academia. My long-term goal, however, is to provide strategic leadership (CEO or equivalent) for a hospital trust/health system.

Outside of work, I am a devoted husband and father. I volunteer my time at church and in various medical capacities. I also serve on several professional boards and believe in a commitment to lifelong learning.


Motivating Others | Origin: ED406 | New comment by Shane Apperley

The importance of motivation and the different theories that underpin it.   

Essential Teaching Strategies | Origin: ED405 | New comment by Shane Apperley

Direct vs. Indirect vs. Interactive instruction - advantages, disadvanatges and methods.   

Coping with Stress and Burnout | Origin: ED400 | New comment by Shane Apperley

I have previously been burnt out so recognition of what to look out for and means by which I can mitigate/lessen my risk.     

Learning Preferences and Challenges | Origin: ED137 | New comment by Shane Apperley

Learning preferences vs. learning challenges - hoe they differ   

Language as a Reflection of Culture | Origin: ED137 | New comment by Shane Apperley

Language ("Mother Tongue") is a part of ones race  

Culture vs. Race | Origin: ED137 | New comment by Shane Apperley

The importance of culture and race and not being "color-blind".   

The Diversity in “Diverse” | Origin: ED137 | New comment by Shane Apperley

The detrimental effects of stereotyping. Recap on Schema Theory   

Future of the Flipped Classroom | Origin: ED124 | New comment by Shane Apperley

The importance of the instructor playing a facilitative role.   

Components of the Flipped Classroom | Origin: ED124 | New comment by Shane Apperley

That there are many versions/approaches to the flipped classroom.   

Flipped Classroom Advantages and Barriers | Origin: ED124 | New comment by Shane Apperley

See it, do it, teach it! Recap on Bloom's Taxonomy.