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Health Science | HealthCenter21 | iCEV

iCEV vs. HealthCenter21: Which Is Best for Your Classroom?

By: Laura Posey
April 27th, 2017

Whether you are experienced or new to the game as a health science technology teacher, chances are you will need to add new instructional materials to your program at some point. As you do, you'll discover digital curriculum options (like HealthCenter21and iCEV) to find one that best fits your unique classroom needs.

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Health Science | HealthCenter21 | HOSA

Missouri AHEC Case Study: How To Teach Students From a Distance

By: Bri Stauffer
August 4th, 2016

With the constant changes in the healthcare industry and increase in requirements for the CTE Health Science Cluster, many CTE administrators and instructors are in search of ways to better prepare students. As a curriculum provider for Health Science programs, we talk to hundreds of teachers and administrators about this challenge. When looking to overcome this, educators often ask us questions like: “How are other teachers and schools using HealthCenter21?” and “Will HealthCenter21 work for my program?”

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Keeping Students Engaged in CTE: Part 1

Do you struggle to keep your students engaged during your lessons?

Download this free eBook to learn the Do's & Dont's of Student Engagement.

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Blended Learning | Health Science | HealthCenter21 | Teaching Strategies

Blended Learning Best Practices from Health Science Technology Teachers

By: Sarah Layton
May 3rd, 2016

What keeps you from trying new things in your CTE health science classroom? If you are like the many health science technology teachers that we encounter every day, then likely the reason has something to do with time and maintaining the status quo. We get it! Finding time to learn new things, let alone figure out how to implement them, is like searching for Bigfoot. And the status quo is one small comfort in the chaotic, unpredictable daily lives of health science technology teachers. For new health science technology teachers, the challenges are that much more intimidating, particularly that first year. But unlike the elusive Bigfoot, you really can find some amazing, time-saving, easy-to-implement curriculum resources for health science.

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