According to the National Healthcareer Association’s 2021 Industry Outlook report, critical thinking is one of the most lacking soft skills in medical professionals today. If you have critical thinking skills as part of your health science course standards, you need to successfully incorporate them into your class routine. You also need to demonstrate how your curriculum and lessons help students cultivate the necessary thinking skills and qualities to succeed in today’s healthcare field. Because of this, teachers we work with often ask us how they can teach critical thinking to their health science students.
As a provider of business education resources, we hear from many teachers like you who are frustrated that they can’t find quality lesson plans for business management. You need to cover management as part of your business curriculum, but finding resources to meet your standards and engage your learners may leave you scrambling.
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Educational conferences are an excellent opportunity to learn more about teaching from others working in your field. Recently, members of the AES team attended the Texas Health Occupations Association (THOA) annual conference in College Station.
Every health science teacher knows the struggle of teaching students who are bored and unengaged. When students feel as though they do not have agency in the learning process, they become disinterested and detached.
To help students highlight their skills and abilities and prosper in their careers, many teachers prepare their students to take the Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) certification.
As a high school entrepreneurship teacher, you have the opportunity to inspire learners to pursue successful careers in business. You want to offer your students compelling, creative lessons, projects, and activities that will help them understand the role and challenges of the entrepreneur and prepare them for the opportunities of today’s business workforce.