Business teachers are required to teach a variety of topics like entrepreneurship, marketing, and economics.
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Whether you have to change your health science class because of changing standards or a new certification program, finding a good curriculum is both exciting and frustrating.
When it comes to high school health science classes, it’s easy to find lesson ideas for introductory concepts like health career exploration or medical terminology. But when it comes to high school sports medicine courses, there aren’t many options out there. Fortunately, there are a handful of stellar resources filled with lessons for you!
It’s never easy to teach students how to take initiative. How do you know which students are comfortable with initiative, and how do you help the ones who need it? On top of that, how do you know students have mastered initiative for the workplace? One teacher told us that employers list “initiative” as the biggest issue they face with new employees coming from work-based learning programs. So how can you motivate your students to take initiative in the classroom and the workplace?
Knowing medical terms is crucial for success in the health care workplace. Because of this, you need to be sure your students have those terms down pat! While you could stick with in-class lectures and flashcards for memorizing, that’s not always the best way for your students to learn (and retain) information. With something as critical as medical terminology, you can do more! That’s why you it’s a great idea to add medical terminology activities to your curriculum. But where do you start?