3 Ways to Update Your Anatomy and Physiology Lesson Plans

3 Ways to Update

Does your anatomy and physiology course need an update? Keeping students engaged while making sure they are well-prepared for exams, certifications, and further health science education can be an overwhelming task. But sometimes the answer to all of that lies in the small changes rather than a major overhaul. Here are three ways to update […]

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Supercharge Your Computer Applications Class!

computer applications class

Are you looking for resources that will supercharge your computer applications class? If you’re an administrator or director, are your teachers looking for resources? Do you know what goes on in a computer applications class? I’m starting to wonder. Why? During a meeting yesterday, we figured out that the majority of teachers that find out […]

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Quick Guide to Teaching Workplace Readiness Skills

workplace readiness skills

Is the pressure on you to better prepare students with work readiness skills? Join the club of teachers looking to develop or expand their workplace readiness skills curriculum. I once compared my daughter’s soccer team’s lack of conditioning to skipping out on soft skills in the classroom. “Sadly, their awesome soccer skills have little value […]

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Paradigms that Screw Up the Benefits of Blended Learning

benefits of blended learning

Are you and your students taking advantage of all the benefits of blended learning? Or are there some paradigms at your school that are screwing it up? Before you answer “No, we have no such paradigms,” you might want to take a look at some of the ideas that we’ve heard from teachers and school administrators regarding […]

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Principles of Health Science: Where to Find Great Content

principles of health science

If you are like most principles of health science teachers, you came into teaching after years of education and practice in the “real world” of the health care industry. While transitioning to teaching is natural, the tasks that go along with the transition don’t always come naturally. Have you been blindsided by the amount of time […]

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Microsoft Word Lesson Plans to Wow Your Students

Microsoft Word Lesson Plans

Computer applications teachers are always looking for new and exciting ways to teach Microsoft Word to their students. For each of these teachers, a common question is “Where can I find great Microsoft Word lesson plans?” Rather than spending hours upon hours creating your own lesson plans, wouldn’t you like some that you can simply […]

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The Ultimate Guide to CMAA Certification Prep

The Ultimate Guide to Preparing Your Students for CMAA Certification

How can I align my content to NHA CMAA certification? If you’ve asked yourself this question, you aren’t alone. For health science teachers and CTE directors and administrators getting students prepared for CMAA certification is an ongoing responsibility, and frequently a struggle. But a necessary struggle…as NHA so effectively puts it, the benefits to obtaining certification may include: more job […]

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12 Marketing Lesson Plans for Busy Teachers

12 Marketing Lesson Plans for Busy Teachers

If you’re like most business educators, you’ve probably asked yourself or others “Where can I find some good marketing lesson plans for high school students?” We know you don’t mean the same ones from your decades-old textbook. You want relevant, engaging lessons to help your students grow their knowledge of marketing. So where do we begin? […]

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Need Career Readiness Activities?

career readiness activities

by Sarah Layton How can I teach career readiness curriculum when I’m not a career readiness expert? Teachers of all types are being asked to incorporate career readiness activities into their curriculum. Add to that that the curriculum must be engaging and with a real-life context for students. Yet teachers do not have as many resources available to help […]

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Microsoft Excel Test Prep for Your Students

Microsoft Excel Test Prep for Your Students

In speaking with computer applications educators, I have often heard the question “Where can I find Microsoft Excel test prep materials for my students?” Many of those instructors are looking for resources to help their students prepare to take the Microsoft Office Specialist exams. If you’re among those teachers searching to help students succeed on […]

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