Knowledge of medical coding and billing is key for any health science student pursuing a career in medical documentation. Because of this, you need lessons to introduce these concepts, and activities to reinforce the information. Unfortunately, there aren’t many resources out there to teach medical coding and billing to high school students. To help you teach these important topics to your students, we’ve put together a list of the six best medical coding and billing lessons.
The Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) certification is one of the most important health science certifications in the country right now. Hospitals, private practices, and clinics are all fighting to hire new CCMAs.
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Good interview skills are crucial for every high school student to learn. Any job they apply for will involve some sort of interview process, so your students need to be prepared. But teaching interview skills isn’t easy, especially when there aren’t many resources geared toward high school students. That’s why we’ve collected four lessons and activities to help you teach these skills to your students!
High school business educators often struggle with finding materials to teach marketing courses that aren’t related to sports or entertainment.
High school health science teachers are responsible for preparing the next generation of health care workers. With such an important goal, you need to plan and teach effective lessons - which is difficult if you don’t have a background in education. While you’re an expert with hands-on nursing skills, putting together nursing assistant lesson plans can be frustrating and time consuming. To help you better teach these important skills, we’ve put together a list of the six best nursing assistant lesson ideas.
Middle school teachers across the country need to teach students how to use Google Docs. But where can they start? Google Docs is becoming increasingly important for students to learn, but there aren’t many resources to help — especially since Microsoft Word is still the giant when it comes to word processing. Plus, with hundreds of students coming to your classroom each year, it would take all of your personal time to plan and implement your own lessons.