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.
If you teach health science, you know all about the national health science standards (NHSS) developed by the National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE). But do you know what goes into developing those national health science standards? And do you know why they are so important to you and your students? In January 2016, NCHSE held their annual board meeting in San Diego. Our Anne Kuser was there to take it all in as part of the Publishers Coalition.
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I had the privilege to attend the 2015 National Health Science Curriculum Conference held January 28-29, 2015 in Charleston, SC. The conference is produced by the National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE).
It was a busy National Consortium for Health Science Education Conference a few weeks ago in Denver. While there, I had the opportunity to ask some experts to answer a couple of questions about trends that I want to share with you here. Responding to my questions were Carole Stacy, Nancy Allen, Cynthia Sundstrom, and Pat Thieben.