Helps healthcare professionals transition from practice into capable educators providing knowledge to a classroom of students. This title offers information on basic procedures, processes, and methods of teaching.
Author: Judith A. Ruple
Publisher: Jems Publishing Company
Teaching Health Careers Education: Tools for Classroom Success helps healthcare professionals transition from practice into capable educators providing quality knowledge to a classroom of students. Novice and experienced educators alike will benefit from information on basic procedures, processes, and methods of teaching. Fifteen self-contained, yet comprehensive, modules explore each topic area. This approachable text is packed with helpful features, such as: Key Terms, learning Objectives, References, lists for further reading, and more. Module organization allows you to tailor the book to fit your individualized needs. Conversational and friendly tone makes the various educational theories and legal terms easy to understand. Evolve Learning Resources provide invaluable resources for novice instructors, including strategies for classroom management, action verbs for creating objectives and goals, additional lesson plans, learning contracts, rubrics and evaluation forms, test item construction tips, and useful Internet sites. Case Studies and Discussion Questions apply the information to real-life situations and foster discussion and critical thinking Teaching Tips provide additional notes and suggestions on how to apply the information to your classroom.
At the federal level, Congress has made appropriations for health teacher
preparation and drug education (Kine, Schlaadt & Fritsch, 1977). Career
Education Another area of particular emphasis in school curricula since the early
1970's has ...
Author: R.P. Boger
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume is intended to address contemporary aspects of child rearing in the home and the school, as well as major dimensions of inter face between the home and the school. The authors of these chapters have used varying styles and approaches, and the range of perspectives is very broad and inclusive. An essential notion integrating all chapters is that child rearing is a human ecological concern of dominant importance for the home, the school, and the community during the 1980's and that this will continue to be true in the future. This volume is intended to be useful as a reference book, as a text, for researchers and for policy-makers. It is hoped that the volume also will be of use to parents, teachers, school administrators, child-care workers and others who are interested in child nurturance. The editors wish to extend appreciation to many individuals who made this effort possible. Our colleagues, Hiram Fitzgerald and Marjorie Kostelnik, have been most helpful and encouraging. We thank them for their patience, support, and invaluable editorial assistance during the production of the camera-ready copy of the volume. We also thank Barbara Taylor for her assistance in typing the chapters, and Carrie DeMyers for typing the camera-ready copy. Carrie's good-nature and posi tive outlook helped to smooth over the many frustrations inherent in the assembly and production of anthologies such as this one.
CLINICAL LABORATORY EDUCATION Ruth M. French Education preparing
students for service in the clinical laboratory is ... The accountability is seen in
cost effectiveness of the laboratory data generated, and the teaching/learning
accomplished in the clinical setting. Career education, described by Marland as
that which reduces the artificial “distinctions between academic and occupational
Author: Joseph Hamburg
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Allied health education has long lacked a common literature, as the activities of all these diverse disciplines have been reported only in the specialty journals of each. This review provides a locus for articles of a broad and general nature which the entire spectrum of allied health educators and students will find of vital interest. Some of the topics included in this first review include dental education, clinical laboratory work, radiologic technology, the physician's assistant, occupational therapy, and preventive health care. Additional reviews to be published on a regular basis will be devoted to other health disciplines and general health topics. Essays by Ruth M. French, Joseph Hamburg, John W. Hein, Dennis Robert Howard, Marceline E. Jaques, Jerry A. Johnson, David E. Lewis, Samuel P. Martin, Darrel J. Mase, Edmund Pellegrino, J. Warren Perry, A. Bradley Soule, and George Szasz Joseph Hamburg, general editor; J. Warren Perry & Darrel J. Mase, associate editors
From the vantage point of the physical education teacher, such status resides,
primarily, in the more traditional ... This includes an examination of the value of
two explicit 'status-solutions' offered by the case-study teachers: health/fitness
Author: Kathleen R. Armour
Explores the lives and careers of physical education teachers from two perspectives. Firstly, teachers' life-stories illustrate how eight teachers became involved with sport, how they entered the physical education profession, why they developed particular teaching philosophies, and how they have tried to progress in their teaching careers. Secondly, a broader thematic analysis identifies issues which arise throughout the teachers' stories and locates them within the wider international research literature. Low status is identified as an enduring concern, and it is argued that this stems from a lack of empirical research into the educational outcomes which are claimed for physical education.
needing to meet continuing education requirements, there is an ongoing need for
programs. ... SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Job Description Schools of public
health have professors teaching classes in just about every public health-related
Author: Beth Seltzer, MD, MPH
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"First rate advice."--APHA What sort of training do you need to work in public health? What kinds of jobs are out there right now? And what exactly is an epidemiologist, anyway? Answering these questions and more, this career guide provides an overview of the numerous options in public health and the many different roads to get there. Whether you're a student who wants to launch a career or a professional looking to change careers, this guide offers an easy introduction to the field. It details the training, salary ranges, and degree requirements for each job, and alerts readers to alternative pathways beyond the traditional MPH. 101 Careers in Public Health helps you follow your interests, find the right job, and make a difference. Key Features Includes a detailed guide to educational paths, options, and training requirements at the bachelor's, master's, and PhD levels Offers guidance on navigating the job market, with information on both traditional and nontraditional pathways-and tips on landing the job you want Provides descriptions of careers in disease prevention, environmental health, disaster preparedness, nutrition, education, public safety, and many more Includes interviews with public health professionals who offer details of their day-to-day lives on the job
The introduction of educational scholarship requires dedicated staff and teachers
capable of expanding the boundaries of ... McGaghie WC: Scholarship,
publication, and career advancement in health professions education: AMEE
Author: John Dent
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This Fourth Edition of the highly praised Practical Guide for Medical Teachers provides a bridge between the theoretical aspects of medical education and the delivery of enthusiastic and effective teaching in basic science and clinical medicine. Healthcare professionals are committed teachers and this book is a practical guide to help them maximise their performance. Practical Guide for Medical Teachers charts the steady rise of global interest in medical education in a concise format. This is a highly practical book with useful "Tips" throughout the text. The continual emergence of new topics which are of interest to teachers in all healthcare disciplines is recognised in this new edition with seven new chapters: The hidden curriculum; Team based learning; Patient safety; Assessment of attitudes and professionalism; Medical education leadership; Medical education research; and How to manage a medical college An enlarged group of 73 authors from 14 countries provide both an international perspective and a multiprofessional approach to topics of interest to all healthcare teachers.
A Handbook for Teachers Carol Morgan, Peter Neil ... The cross-curricular
themes are: economic and industrial understanding, careers education and
guidance, health education, education for citizenship and environmental
Author: Carol Morgan
Designed for all trainee and newly qualified teachers, teacher trainers and mentors, this volume provides a contemporary handbook for the teaching of modern foreign languages, covering Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 in line with current DfEE and TTA guidelines.
A Handbook for Primary and Secondary School Teachers Pamela Cowan ...
economic awareness,health education, careers education (more recently
renamedascareers education and guidance), educationfor mutual understanding
Author: Pamela Cowan
A practical introduction to Maths teaching designed specifically for beginning teachers in primary and secondary schools. It brings together the latest DfES and TTA guidelines and requirements with authoritative guidance, ensuring that readers feel confident about how to approach their role as a teacher. This book explores key issues in maths teaching today, including: planning and classroom management assessment, recording and reporting information and communication technology investigative mathematics equal opportunities, special needs and differentiation key skills and alternative mathematics qualifications being an effective maths teacher personal and professional development in the early stages of a teaching career.
The themes cover economic and industrial understanding , careers education ,
health education , citizenship and environmental education . ( NCC , 1990 ) It is
easy to see how teaching and learning in history make a contribution to children's
Author: Lucy O'Hara
Publisher: A&C Black
These books provide a constructive, highly accessible and, above all, practical introduction to the teaching of Geography and History in early years and primary settings. In particular, they prepare initial teacher training students to meet government requirements for entry into the teaching profession. These are comprehensive guides to: o Geographical and historical knowledge and understandingo Planning, teaching and class managemento Monitoring, assessment, recording, reporting and accountabilityo General professional requirements>
Primary teachers sometimes used to say that this claim was needed to counteract
the excessively subject-orientated nature of ... Hence, topics such as careers
education, health education and moral education should be addressed in a more
Author: David Galloway
A companion volume to Primary School Teaching and Educational Psychology, this book concerns itself with the day-to-day business of teaching in a secondary school. Throughout the book four themes reoccur: that teachers can best understand the development of children by observing their learning and their relationships within school; that assessment and evaluation are integral to effective teaching; that effective teaching and learning depend on both teacher and child being able to monitor own progress and to find solutions to problems that occur; and finally that there must be explicit recognition of the common-ground between educational psychology and other disciplines such as sociology, philosophy and the history of education.
There has been a significant growth in the development of Media Education in
schools in Northern Ireland in recent years. ... (Education for Mutual
Understanding, Cultural heritage, Health Education, Economic Awareness,
Careers Education, ...
Author: Andrew Hart
In TEACHING THE MEDIA: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES Andrew Hart initiates a challenging dialogue about approaches to Media teaching in the major English-speaking nations of the world, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and South Africa. By animating actual lessons and the considered views of classroom practitioners, TEACHING THE MEDIA encourages readers to develop new perspectives on Media teaching, to examine approaches that differ from their own, and to reflect critically on their own practices with a view to understanding them more fully and enhancing their effectiveness in the classroom. Based on original research that began in England in the early 1990s, this is the first international comparative study to focus on Media Education in English-speaking countries. It systematically examines classroom strategies for Media teaching in the light of the major theoretical paradigms which have emerged globally over the last 50 years. It analyses the rich diversity of different educational concerns, goals, and classroom practices through a series of national studies of teachers and lessons. As a result, not only do we see how Media is actually taught in range of classroom contexts, but existing models of Media teaching can now be more precisely critiqued and made more accessible for further research and development.
A convenient starting point for a recent historical overview is the Education
Reform Act of 1988. ... themes: economic and industrial understanding; education
for citizenship; careers education and guidance; health Teachers and Values 7.
Author: Graham Haydon
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
?What are the fundamental aims and values underlying education? ?What values should education try to promote in a world of value pluralism? ?What is morality, and should schools teach it? ?In a secular society, how should schools treat the links between morality and religion? ?How should values enter into professional education and educational leadership? This book, an updated edition of Teaching about Values, will help the reader to think about these questions and many others concerning values in education. Drawing on philosophy without assuming knowledge of the subject, it is for teachers, students of education and anyone who recognises the importance of values in education.
The total programme amounts toonly 1.5 per cent of local authority expenditure.
These haveincluded computers inschools, training to implementthe local
management ofschools, advisory teachers in maths and primary science and
drugsand health education. In1995/6 the grants included training for teachersin
bilingual teaching, child protection, careers education, drug prevention and
Author: Howard Glennerster
This is a third edition of a successful textbook that provides a contemporary account of how social services in the UK are paid for. The new edition brings the textbook up-to-date with its fast-moving subject area, explaining the finance of human services - health care, education, housing, social security a nd social care-through a review of the economic literature. It also gives an account of how the cash to pay for the services actually reaches schools, hospitals and social service departments, right from the start of the process, examining how government raises taxes, through to allocation of the funds. Both comprehensive and expertly written, this textbook will continue to feature as key reading for a variety of Social and Policy related courses.
Schools were subsequently advised to teach five non-mandatory 'cross-curricular
themes' - namely health education, citizenship, careers education and guidance,
economic awareness, and environmental education.1 The guidance issued by ...
Author: Geoff Whitty
`This book is a very worthwhile read for teachers, student teachers and teacher educators. It would be encouraging if politically based policy makers were to digest its contents also' - Citizenship, Social and Economics Education `I recommend this book as an enjoyable, thought provoking and politically important read' - Widenining Participation and Lifelong Learning `This important book challenges current educational policies in England in a style, for the most part, easily accessible to a wide audience. Geoff Whitty's assertions are supported by a wide variety of research findings and this is a book that should be of considerable interest to student of sociology and to all member of the teaching profession' - Mark Pepper, Equals `The particular strength of this book is Geoff Whitty's grasp on and insights into the politics of education... he is able to bring to bear an authoritative perspective which is unrivaled in the United Kingdom. there is no other current book which compares in terms of the breadth and depth of this' - Professor Stephen Ball, Institute of Education, University of London `This book represents a "struggle" by the director of the London Institute of Education, one of our foremost centres of teacher training and research in education, to understand what lies behind the education policies of recent governments. It is tempting to conclude that if a leading educational sociologist such as Geoff Whitty, who happens also to be brother of the former general secretary of the Labour party, has difficulty with this, there can be little hope for the rest of us. But now, at least, we have this personal odyssey to guide us' - Bob Doe, Times Educational Supplement This book aims to make sense of the changes in education policy over the past decade, using the resources of the sociology and politics of education. The author shows that wider sociological perspectives can help us to appreciate both the limits and the possibilities of educational change. Geoff Whitty illustrates this through studies of curriculum innovation, school choice, teacher professionalism and school improvement. He considers how far education policy can be used to foster social inclusion and social justice and the book concludes with an assessment of New Labour education policy in these terms. The book deals with education policy in England and Wales, as well as making comparisons with contemporary education policy in other countries. This book is relevant to students of education at masters and doctoral levels, students of social policy, and policy-makers.