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Medical Assisting Instructor at Community Care College (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Toni Bethel, was awarded the 2011 Master Teacher Award by ABHES. Check out her acceptance presentation.

Medical Assisting Instructor at Community Care College (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Toni Bethel, was awarded the 2011 Master Teacher Award by ABHES. Check out her acceptance presentation.

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ABHES Award Toni Bethel-27-11 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Elsevier / ABHESMaster Teacher Award 2011
  • 2. Outstanding Peers & Colleagues
  • 3. Best Practices in Teaching 2011:Effective or Unique Teaching Methods
  • 4. Master Teacher 2011 Toni Bethel, ADN, CMA (AAMA), RN (1984); ANA RNC (1990) Medical Assisting Instructor Community Care College, Tulsa, OK Community Care College Outstanding Instructor Award, 2007 and 2010
  • 5. Three Ideas to StartDr. Ernest Sachs: 12 Steps to Great TeachingIQ vs. Locker Numbers“Have more arrows in your quiver than you can use.” ~Dr. Kevin Kirk, CCC
  • 6. Neuroscience The more ways, the more connections, the more “hard-wired”, the better we retain the knowledge.
  • 7. Arrows in My Quiver
  • 8. The Basics
  • 9. Two Points About PowerPoint
  • 10. Two Points About PowerPoint
  • 11. Lecture-In-a-Nutshell Diagrams
  • 12. Graphic Organizers
  • 13. Anatomical Manikins
  • 14. Props
  • 15. Assessments
  • 16. Open Discussion “Has anyone had any experience with this? What was it like?”
  • 17. Images
  • 18. Images
  • 19. Videos: Clarification / Emphasis YouTube video - Neurite Outgrowth (annstewart82) [45 sec] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_9YTeEHp1E
  • 20. Videos: Clarification / Emphasis YouTube video - Neutrophil Chemotaxis Chasing a Bacterium (FreeScienceClips) [46 sec] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpC6G_DGqkI
  • 21. Mnemonics Yesterday a Light Blue RabbitTook (or Gave) Great Leaps Gracefully
  • 22. Claps and Raps
  • 23. Claps and Raps “8-12-5-5-1”
  • 24. Publisher’s Multimedia Hormone Drag & Drop Match - zerobio.com [45 sec] http://www.zerobio.com/drag_oa/endo.htm
  • 25. Publisher’s Multimedia Structure of the Eye (label) - Sumanas Inc. [30 sec] http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/toolsamples/sampledd.html
  • 26. Recitation Inflammation Cancer Homeostasis SNS
  • 27. Miming and Gesturing Homeostasis Phagocytes/macrophages Right – right – lungs – left – left – body Sensory neurons, interneurons, motor neurons
  • 28. Comparisons
  • 29. Explanations
  • 30. ExplanationsNeuron Action Potential & Na+/K+ Roles
  • 31. Learning Pyramid
  • 32. Daily Feedback: Reviews and Quizzes
  • 33. Lab and Skills
  • 34. Recap
  • 35. Retention Rate
  • 36. CMA (AAMA) Pass Rate
  • 37. PassionAs teachers, we change our part of the world one life at a time.
  • 38. Contact Information Toni Bethel, MA Instructor Community Care College Tulsa, OK tbethel@communitycarecollege.edu
  • 39. Appendix A: Dr. Ernest Sachs Ernest Sachs’ 12 Steps to Great Teaching 1. Know your subject thoroughly. 2. Be enthusiastic about teaching. 3. Be sincerely interested in students. 4. Link your subject matter with the everyday experience of your students. 5. Use illustrations and illustrative material whenever possible. 6. Make the student take an active part in every exercise. 7. Use his response as a guide for the next question. 8. Be adept in the art of questioning. 9. In exposition, be simple, logical, lucid. 10. In description, make the student see what you see. 11. In narration, arouse his curiosity. 12. Dramatize whenever possible, making use of suspense and surprise. [Reprinted from the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, November 1952.]http://mpaweb1.wustl.edu/~medschool/outlookarchives/summer2003/teachers.html
  • 40. Appendix B: Videos Heart Valves video - Marcy Thomas (Wellesley) http://www.wellesley.edu/Biology/Courses/111/HeartValves.MOV learner.org video - Immune System Overview http://www.learner.org/courses/biology/archive/animations.html YouTube video - Neurite Outgrowth (annstewart82) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_9YTeEHp1E Animation - CSF (UCLA Education) [22 sec] http://www.cnl.salk.edu/~fellous/courses/cogs17f2/csf.mov Eye Diseases videos - South Coast Eye Care Centers http://www.southcoasteye.com/informational-videos.html YouTube video - Neutrophil Chemotaxis Chasing a Bacterium (FreeScienceClips) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpC6G_DGqkI YouTube video - Neutrophil Chemotaxis (FreeScienceLectures) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUUfdP87Ssg
  • 41. Appendix C: Publisher’s Multimedia "Study Stack" Coding Vocabulary – interactive http://www.studystack.com/studytable-15888 Korotkoff sounds audio - Sports Health http://www.csuchico.edu/atep/bp/bp.swf Hormone Drag & Drop Match - zerobio.com http://www.zerobio.com/drag_oa/endo.htm Structure of the Eye (label) - Sumanas Inc. http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/toolsamples/sampledd.html Dosage Calculation Practice http://www.unc.edu/~bangel/quiz/testtab.htm