As a health science curriculum developer, we work with thousands of high school health science teachers every year.
Note from Bri: This is a guest post from Neil Leisenring, an intern here at Applied Educational Systems. Neil is attending George Washington University in Washington, DC and has written a handful of articles for us.
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?”
Note from Bri: This is a guest post by Neil Leisenring, an intern at Applied Educational Systems. Neil is currently attending George Washington University in Washington, DC and has written a handful of articles for us.