HealthCenter21 Success Stories

Many teachers across the United States are successfully integrating HealthCenter21 into their health science classrooms. Here you can learn how some of these many instructors are using blended learning techniques to help their students succeed.

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High Schools:

A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet

Instructor: Lynne Clarke
Location: Augusta, GA
Courses: EMR, Patient Care Technician, and Career Exploration

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Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

Instructor: Kathy Regan
Location: Marlboro, MA
Courses: Health Science Exploration, Health Care Foundations, and Nursing Assistant

 

Delaware Valley High School

Instructor: Barbara Coyle
Location: Milford, PA
Courses: Health Occupations

Fairview High School

Instructor: Christy Brumit
Location: Fairview, TN
Courses: EMS, Anatomy & Physiology, Forensic Science, and Medical Therapeutics

health science lesson plansFather Patrick Mercredi High School

Instructor: Stephanie Avery
Location: Alberta, Canada
Courses: Medical Terminology, Health Care, First Responder, Foundations of Health Science
Problem: Battling un-engaged, bored, and absent students
Solution: Engaging lessons and anytime/anywhere access
ensure fewer students fall behind

Foothill High School

Instructor: Rosemary Davis
Location: Sacramento, CA
Courses: Hospital and Community Health, Medical Terminology, and Medical Careers
Problem: Low retention because of students “checking out” and losing interest
Solution: Additional activities keep students engaged and increase retention

Gilbert High School

Instructors: Sharie Cato & Sue Ellen Shealy
Location: Gilbert, SC
Courses: Intro to Health Science, Health Science I, Health Science II (A&P), and Clinical Study (CNA/Gerontology)

Harmony High School

Instructor: Luanne Scharkozy
Location: Harmony, FL (Osceola County)
Courses: Health Science Anatomy & Physiology, Health Science Foundations, and Allied Health III
Problem: Brand new health science teacher using new curriculum.
Solution: Standards-based curriculum with complete lesson plans gives more time to work with students.

Health Sciences Academy

Instructor: Yashica Preston
Location: Nashville, TN
Courses: Health Science and Medical Therapeutics

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 Health Sciences High & Middle College

Instructor: Jeff Bonine
Location: San Diego, CA
Courses: Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology
Problem: Covering college-level content with 10th graders
Solution: Lessons and content broken into small chunks keeps students from being overwhelmed

Keaau High School

Instructor: Tanya Montgomery
Location: Keaau, HI
Courses: Health: Today and Tomorrow, Health Services Core, and Health & Nutrition

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Overton High School

Instructor: Cynthia Dawkins
Location: Memphis, TN
Courses: Health Science, Rehab Therapy, and Diagnostics

 

Paul Robeson High School

Instructor: Megan Kelly
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Course: Health Related Technology

Reagan High School

Instructor: Byronicka Pickney
Location: Houston, TX
Courses: Health Science and Principles of Health Science

Stratford High School

Stratford High School

Instructor: Sean Plake
Location: Houston, TX
Courses: Health Science and Principles of Health Science

 

Sweet Water High School

Instructor: LaWanda Prestage
Location: Sweet Water, AL
Courses: Foundations of Health Science and Emergency Services

Whites Creek High School

Instructor: Lora Hickman
Location: Whites Creek, TN

 


 

Career & Technology Centers:

Auburn Career Center

Instructor: Sue Lefler
Location: Concord Township, OH
Course: Allied Health Technology

Carbon Career & Technology Institute

Instructor: Michele Dominic
Location: Jim Thorpe, PA
Course: Health Medical Nurse Assisting
Problem: Student absences during state testing
Solution: Keep students caught up by assigning extra content outside the classroom

Careerline Tech Center

Instructors: Renee Slagter and Julie Cardenas
Location: Holland, MI
Courses: Health Care Foundations and Advanced Health Care

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Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center

Instructor: Karen Chirillo
Location: Johnstown, PA
Courses: Health Assistant I, II, & III

 

Grossmont Health Occupations Center

Instructor: Maria Chavez
Location: Santee, CA
Course: Medical Assistant
Problem: Need to meet technology requirements to obtain funding
Solution: HealthCenter21 satisfies requirements and fills gaps in content

Hamilton Career Center

Instructor: Patricia Smith
Location: Oconee County, SC
Courses: Health Science I & Health Science II

Kiamichi Technology Center

Instructors: Gina Riggs, Paige Shoup, and Tasia Brand
Location: Wilburton, OK
Course: Health Careers

McFatter Technical Center

Instructor: Marijean Hippelheuser
Location: Davie, FL
Course: Medical Assisting
Problem: Accommodating adult students with varying schedules
Solution: Blended resources provide flexibility for students

mid ohio valleyMid-Ohio Valley Technical Institute

Instructor: Pam Porfeli
Location: St. Marys, WV
Courses: Health Science II and Medical Professions
Problem: Keeping diverse students engaged and working
Solution: Blended curriculum keeps students engaged and learning at their own level

Jessica WentworthNortheast Missouri AHEC

Instructor: Jessica Wentworth
Location: Kirksville, MO
Problem: Difficulty providing adequate resources to students in rural communities
Solution: Digital curriculum makes it easy to reach students from any distance

 

Orlando Tech

Instructor: Nancy Welch
Location: Orlando, FL
Course: Patient Care Technician Program

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Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WaNIC)

Instructor: Joni Brand
Location: Redmond, WA
Course: Certified Nursing Assistant Program

 


 

Post-Secondary Schools:

Northampton Community College

Instructor: Terry Rives
Location: Bethlehem, PA
Courses: Health Careers Core Curriculum and Medical Assistant Program


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