Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan Tina Nemeth Drenda Scolari EDU-225 Grand Canyon University 6/19/2011 Table of Contents Introduction Mission Statement Vision Statement Rationale Communication Plan Using technology to communicate in a classroom setting Integrating Instructional Technology Pros and cons of technology Facilitate and Enhance Instruction Using Technology Software to Support Assessment Technology Assisted Assessments Can technology help assess student learning? Difference in formative assessment and summative assessment Technology uses in both Pros and cons of using technology to assess students Technology Ethics in the Classroom Ethical Uses of technology Internet security Creating proper copyright and student use agreements Ethical practices of technology that could be used in the classroom Conclusion Rational, Vision, and Mission Statements Tina Nemeth Drenda Scolari EDU-225 Grand Canyon University 6/19/11 Vision Statement: Students will be educated to the best of my abilities, incorporating both today’s technology as well as the technology of the future, insuring my students the best education of yesterday, today, and tomorrow! Mission Statement: By educating myself with the technologies of yesterday, today, and tomorrow's technology, I will be better equipped with the knowledge necessary to educate my students on subjects that can be useful both in and out of the classroom. By providing students with technology both in and out of the classroom, they will become more familiar with how to
Main Body The clinical environment with its potentially unpleasant new experiences can have a big impact on a student (White and Ewan 1991cited in Stuart 2007). The relationship between mentor and student are very important to the learning experience (Davidson 2005). It is important for the mentor to introduce and orientate the students to the placement environment, explain emergency procedure according to local policy and integrate them into the team of staff within the first 24 hours (RNC 2007). In the case of the students used as an example here an initial introduction to the department and its procedures and key members were held within the first 24 and the initial Interviews within the first 48 hours. The goal of the initial interview is to determine the learning needs of the student while encouraging self-directed learning and achievable goal setting following the principles of Andragogy (Knowles 1990).
They may need to carry out calculations (eg. by using Microsoft Excel), or to check grammar and spelling in a piece of writing (perhaps using Microsoft Word), or they may need to remake a series of events (for example by re-ordering a series of Microsoft PowerPoint slides). Students can use ICT to present their work in a highly professional format. They can create documents and slideshows to demonstrate what they have learned, and then share this with other students, with their teacher, and even via email with people all around the world. The ICT brings a lot of benefits and contribute to the raise of standards in education.
STAFFING MANAGEMENT STUDENT WORKBOOK Is There a Doctor in the House? Attracting Physicians for an Underserved Area By Francine K. Schlosser, Ph.D. Project team Author: SHRM Project contributors: Francine K. Schlosser, Ph.D. Bill Schaefer, SPHR Nancy A. Woolever, SPHR Sharon H. Leonard Katya Scanlan, copy editor Kellyn Lombardi, graphic designer External contributor: Editor: Design: © 2008 Society for Human Resource Management. Francine K. Schlosser, Ph.D. Note to Hr faculty and instructors: SHRM cases and modules are intended for use in HR classrooms at universities. Teaching notes are included with each.
Quincy College Nutrition Lab: BIO 116-93 L Fridays, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Quincy Campus, Saville 102 Spring 2013 Instructor: Lori A. Tyszkowski, D.C. E-mail: LTyszkowski@quincycollege.edu Telephone: (617) 984-1627 Office: Saville 206 Hours: By Appointment Division: Natural & Health Sciences Mailbox: Saville 101 Telephone: (617) 984-1647 Fax: (617) 984-1793 Course Description: Taken in conjunction with BIO 106 (lecture), this laboratory course will familiarize students with fundamental lab skills and integrate their study of nutrition. Labs will demonstrate principles covered in the lecture course. Topics include: estimation of food portions, analyzing labels/fact panels, nutrient chemistry, bacteriological analysis and preservation of food, for example. Required Manual: Sullivan, M. J. (2012).
History 1301 US History to 1877 WINTER 2011 Instructor: Dr. Jaime Ramón Olivares CLASS DAYS: 9-12 M-F Email: Jaime.Olivares@hccs.edu Office Hours: By Appointment Phone: 713-718-6229 ( for the rarest occasions) Website: http://learning.hccs.edu/faculty/jaime.olivares Please feel free to contact me concerning any problems that you are experiencing in this course. You do not need to wait until you have received a poor grade before asking for my assistance. Your performance in my class is very important to me. I am available to hear your concerns and just to discuss course topics. Feel free to come by my office anytime during these hours.
Electronic Health Records; Pros and Cons Desiree Steinbach Rasmussen Online Author Note This assignment is being submitted to Dr. Carol Patton’s NUR3508 Section 01 Quality and Safety in Nursing Practice - Summer 2012 Electronic Health Records; Pros and Cons Electronic Health Records (E.H.R.) first came into existence in 1967 at the University of Vermont and Utah’s Latter Day Saints Hospital. A physician named Lawrence Weed “described a system to automate and reorganize patient medical records to enhance their utilization and thereby lead to improved patient care” (Pinkerton, 2005, p.1). The E.H.R. has progressively been implemented into many aspects of the healthcare systems such as family practice, ambulatory surgery centers, pediatrics, urgent cares, and hospitals.
The World Health Organisation (2011) explains that health promotion is a process made to help gain control over health improve the impacts of heath issues, fourcusing on individuals behaviour, social and environmental looking at different strategies in ways to improve health globally , Ewles and Sinmett (2003) model suggests 5 different approaches to health promotion this being medical, behaviour change, educational, client centred and social change approach, The Royal College Of Nursing (2011) has started a educational training approach to tackling obesity by offering a one to two day training programme throughout the North of England for health care professionals, social workers and youth workers to enable them to gain more knowledge and a better understanding towards obesity as the Royal College Of Nursing (2011) believe that obesity has been ignored and misrepresented due to lack of knowledge and understanding that to combat obesity we need to understand it to treat it, Department Of Health (2011) explain they are also starting up a new service in 2012 to provide health promotion for a healthier living within the communities believing that this is the best way to tackle obesity by going straight to the people involved working together with councils, charities and health services providing education and suggesting that communities with a low health rating will get more support also more money to provide activities and keep fit schememes within their local areas, Barnett
Aiming to prevent or reduce hospital admissions by delivering the appropriate care at the Right time, Right Care, Right place liberating the Talents (2002). It has been identified the following optional skills with in my first year of the Foundation Degree should be physical measurements, blood sugar monitoring, venepuncture and Anti Non Touch Technique. All of which I undertake with in my current role of Healthcare Assistant, but now by undertaking them attached to the Foundation degree. I will be enhancing my knowledge through learning anatomy and physiology (taught in university in a module and in discussion when in clinical practice) with exams. Also through work based learning modules with my mentor, applying rationale to theory, I will be able to provide evidence of achievement of practice skills and knowledge learnt.
UNIT 006 TASK A Explain (as a tutor) own role’s and responsibilities’ in lifelong learning. In my industry as a hairdressing teacher I consider my role as to help all my learner’s achieve there chosen program’s by using various teaching approaches, learning approaches and taking individuals needs into account first by doing an initial assessment on each learner, by an interview that I can identify any barriers or challengers to their learning and any learner’s self-organisational need’s. To help in my role as a teacher I need to keep up to date with the Health and Safety Act 1974 by regular visiting (www.hse.gov.uk) also Data Protection Act 2003 (www.dh.gov.uk) being aware of the Safeguarding 2006 (www.dcsf.gov.uk) the national occupational