We speak with dozens of CTE health science instructors every week who tell us they are unsure about implementing a new digital curriculum in their classes. Very often, these teachers have had previous experiences with online software that was boring and led to students being burnt out from too much screen time. Because of this, teachers considering our digital curriculum system, HealthCenter21, frequently ask how it helps keep students engaged and interested in the material. In this article, you’ll learn five ways HealthCenter21 can help you keep students engaged:
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When looking to use our HealthCenter21 curriculum in their health science high school courses, health science instructors often ask questions like: “Do you have any tips for using HealthCenter21 successfully?” and “I have limited technology access… can I still use this curriculum?”
Many changes can affect what you need to cover in your Health Science programs. But what are some of the most recent trends? We’d like to help you understand what those changes are, and how they are going to impact your high school health science curriculum.
Technology integration has been growing in education–but how can you make sure your new tools have a positive impact on the student engagement strategies in your classroom? In general, there are four main do's and don'ts when it comes to integrating technology in the classroom:
Keeping students engaged in class can be a real challenge for health science teachers. And students who are bored or distracted can be a disruption to other students as well. You don’t have to learn to “sing and dance” to have engaged students in your health science education classes (though it might be fun!). Instead, try integrating blended learning tools like those included with HealthCenter21 to keep your students interested, motivated, and engaged. The five best ways to keep students engaged in health science are: