Webinars for Curricular Trends

Browse our archive for webinars on topics that are changing the landscape of curriculum development, such as transitioning to a concept-based curriculum and incorporating technology in the classroom.

Teaching Conceptually: Classroom and Clinical Ideas

A concept-based curriculum is ideal for overcoming content saturation by categorizing and organizing information into broader principles, or concepts. So how do you begin teaching conceptually in a way that blends theory, lab, and clinical teaching while ensuring students feel like they have ownership of their work? In this engaging, comprehensive webinar, Tammy Pleasant presents conceptual teaching ideas and strategies you can instantly implement in the classroom, lab, and clinical environment.

Webinar by:Tammy Pleasant, MSN-Ed, RN, CNE

Interprofessional Education: A Significant Change in Healthcare Education

Join Dr. Mariann Harding and Dr. Jeffrey Kwong as they discuss not only the history and importance of IPE, but share with you advice regarding IPE strategies that can be used in various education programs and how to overcome some of the challenges you will likely encounter.

Webinar by:
Jeffrey Kwong, DNP, MPH, ANP-BC, FAANP
Mariann Harding, RN, PhD, CNE

Program and Student Evaluation for your Concept-Based Curriculum

During this informative webinar, you’ll find the answers to evaluating your concept-based curriculum every step of the way with HESI, the complete preparation, testing and remediation solution.

Webinar by: Joan Becker

Orienting New Faculty to eLearning Tools

Providing new faculty with training is key to ensure that nursing and allied health students receive appropriate education. Many new faculty come to academia with no experience in using today's technology in the classroom. During this webinar, Dr. Bristol will explore faculty development strategies that can help acclimate new faculty to the tools, instructional design, and pedagogical techniques necessary to succeed in their educator role. Focus will be on mentoring, computer competency, and workload management.

Webinar by: Tim Bristol, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF