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You've Been Invited: Nurse Educator Institute Online Course

Jun 14, 2022 10:08:00 AM / by Brooke Kochanski posted in teaching, Nursing, registered nurse

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The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify strategies that focus the learner to become socialized to the role of the nurse educator.

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Clinical Teaching Associate (CTA) Workshop

Mar 21, 2022 9:21:00 AM / by Brooke Kochanski posted in teaching, Nursing

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One of the rate limiting factors of educating nursing students is having enough clinically active nurses who are certified to meet the various nursing programs’ accreditation requirements. Nursing students are required to spend time with a qualified nursing educator in order to meet their graduation requirements. These clinically active nurses are typically employed by a healthcare facility and already very busy with caring for patients. It takes a highly motivated and skilled nurse to be able to care for patients and appropriately teach nursing students at the same time.

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Virtually Challenged Teaching and Learning

Mar 9, 2021 4:21:09 PM / by Andrew Brewer posted in Insider, Webinar, Educator, engagement, technology, curriculum, teaching, learning, interaction, training, virtual

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Almost a year into the pandemic we’ve transitioned most of our teaching and learning into completely virtual activities. By now most of us have participated in some live online activity by connecting with others via technology services such as ZOOM or Webex. For the most part, this modality seems to be delivering effective instruction in an accessible and convenient way, and literally meeting learners where they are via broadband Internet.

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Northwest AHEC Supports Lifelong Learning!

Feb 5, 2021 9:04:36 AM / by Andrew Brewer posted in Educator, engagement, technology, curriculum, teaching, learning, instruction, training

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is one of our main service areas at Northwest AHEC. We provide a myriad of learning activities throughout the year for all healthcare disciplines. Many who attend these activities are doing so to earn continuing education credits that keep licensure requirements current. While it is important, earning CE credits doesn't need to be the only motivating factor. So why not create a new path to enhance your career and earning potential by discovering new ways to expand your knowledge as a lifelong learner?

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Supporting Your Journey as a Lifelong Learner

Jan 29, 2021 12:33:09 PM / by Andrew Brewer posted in curriculum, teaching, learning, training, virtual

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Mapping the customer journey is an important strategic exercise most businesses do at some point. Our customers, or Learners as we in the AHEC say, have a motivation or desire to learn more to stay current, comply with licensure requirements, and be an active lifelong learner. I’d like to share what goes into our workflow when we think of our learners through their journey in continuing professional development with Northwest AHEC.

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Northwest AHEC Instructional Design and Technology Services

Jan 7, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Andrew Brewer posted in engagement, technology, design, curriculum, teaching, learning, instruction

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Enhance and Engage 

At Northwest AHEC, our goal is to deliver a high quality teaching and learning experienceThe NWAHEC Instructional Design team is here help you integrate state of the art instructional technologies which engage learners, enhance knowledge transfer and retention. Our team works in partnership with event Planning Committees, Coordinators and Faculty to develop and deliver effective digital curriculum materials for synchronous and asynchronous instruction in the classroom and online. Together, we create an unforgettable experience for both faculty and learners.  

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