Based on your comments, we've added worksheets to the EMR and EMT modules within HealthCenter21! Click below to learn which modules now have worksheets available!
Did you know HealthCenter21 can help prep your students for the National EMR and EMT certifications? Click below to learn more!
Did your school switch to Microsoft Office 2019 this year? Luckily, you've now got a curriculum to match! Learn about the new Microsoft Office 2019 curriculum by clicking below!
Do you use Microsoft Office 365 in your classes? These Business&ITCenter21 modules will now make your life (and your students lives) easier! Click below to learn more!
This new Public Speaking module will help you hit your standards while teaching important communication skills. Click below to learn more about the new module!
The CPR Methods 2015 module has been revamped to better help your students learn CPR and Basic Life Support procedures! Click below to see what's changed, including the new lesson structure.
We've made tweaks to 12 HealthCenter21 modules! These changes help you better meet industry standards and requirements for certifications like the NHA CCMA and NCHSE National Health Science Assessment. See the full list of changes by clicking below!
We've reorganized some of the existing career readiness modules to make it easier for health science teachers to use them! Click below to see how you can access the new Health Career Readiness curriculum template.
Some HealthCenter21 lessons have had a style upgrade! The new visuals will provide a better experience for your students -- especially when using mobile devices. See which modules have been updated by clicking below!
You've been looking for ways to better prepare your health science students for certification success. With these new certification guides you'll be able to see how HealthCenter21 can help!
We've added a new section to the teacher interface to help you make the most of your AES digital curriculum system! Click below to learn about the new Resource Center!
The sign on page at learn.aeseducation.com has had a facelift! Learn what's changed and how it will impact the enrollment process by clicking below!
To make your life easier, we made a few changes to the Grades screen. You'll now be able to easily switch between students, view worksheet data on the same screen as quiz grades, and more. Click below to read the details and watch a demonstration!
Teaching students about the correct order of draw isn't easy. To help your students practice choosing blood tubes in the correct order, we created a new game! Learn the details by clicking below.
This new interactive simulation game will help reinforce student understanding of heart rhythms and ECG strips. Click below to learn about the game!
Ever wish you had introductory lessons about healthcare careers like ECG technician, phlebotomist, or pharmacy technician? Now you do! Click below to learn the details of these new lessons.
Based on feedback from healthcare experts, we made some changes to 4 HealthCenter21 modules. These changes will help you better prepare students for certification exams. Click to learn more!
These changes are minor, but will make it a whole lot easier for you to manage your classes and assignments! Check out what's new with the Teacher Interface by clicking below.
We've made some tweaks to 5 HealthCenter21 modules to better align with current industry standards, NOCTI exams, and the NHCSE National Health Science Assessment. Want to learn what's changed? Click below!
These two new modules teach students about social media, smartphones, email, and electronic calendars. All of these topics are found on the IC3 Living Online Exam, which is why we added these modules! Check out the details by clicking below.
With this update, if you extend a Due Date that has already passed, you'll now get a prompt asking if you want to reopen the module. See how it works by clicking below!
To make resetting grades a quicker process for you, we've made changes to three areas. Read the update page to learn more and see where the changes occurred.
To help make planning easier for you we've made a small adjustment to the Assignment Details screen. Now you'll find the hours for each lesson, activity, and project. Click below to learn more!
Based on feedback from HealthCenter21 teachers, we made some extra tweaks to the 2018 version of the Safety Precautions module. Check out what's changed here!
You asked for more keyboarding lessons, so we've released four new lessons to help your students become more proficient at typing! Learn about the new lessons here:
Based on your feedback, we've made two major changes to the electronic worksheets. With these changes, your students will have a better experience as they fill in the worksheets. Click below to learn more!
The need to edit student passwords and emails comes up more often than you'd like and it was time to make these actions easier! Check out the new Edit column that will save you time and frustration when editing student information!
We've updated the functionality of the search feature to make your life easier when looking for students or a specific topic in the curriculum. Learn more about it here!
We've made a small improvement to the View as Student screen so that you will have more flexibility when viewing student lessons. Check out the change here!
Do you keep the Grades screen open to track student progress in real time? Before this patch, you needed to manually refresh your screen when going from one student to the next. But now the system will refresh automatically when you change screens!
Keeping students on track is a challenge. But using these student pacing features makes it a little bit easier! Learn about the two new pacing options here.
We know how important data is to teachers. So, we've added three new reports to the New User Interface that do just that! Check out our new Question Analysis, Student Time Online, and Lesson Status reports!
This new feature will give you a quick idea of how your students have improved since taking the module Pretest. Check it out by clicking below!
We've updated the Safety Precautions module to reflect industry changes and give your students more interactive learning. We even interviewed one of our eLearning developers - we're that excited about it!
We've updated the Web Research module to include more modernized graphics and information. Check out the video interview with one of our eLearning developers to learn more!
Picking a career is hard if you don't know what each one does, especially in the health care industry! So we created a module to inform students on what different health care careers do!
We've released a ton of fun new stuff for Google! You'll find new projects, lessons, and even entire new units! Find out more about these updates!
We decided to convert the Microsoft Office 2013 module to only user HTML5, so you no longer have to enable flash in your browser for these modules! Find out which modules were updated!
You can now share your class if you are co-teaching, have a teaching assistant, or class auditor without giving your account credentials! Find out the details in this update!
We've added two reinforce activities to help your students learn about more of the ethical issues involved with the digital age they live in. Learn more about the new Digital Citizenship activities here!
To help your students learn even more about using the Internet for research, we've added a new Reinforce Activity called Additional Browser Investigation. Check out what your students will do in this update!
The Computing Systems module has gained three new lessons, a reinforce activity, and other resources! These will help you teach your students about networks and home computing. Check out the details now!
Technology is an important part of today's workforce, so student need to understand the impact. This new project requires students to research how IT has effected the job market, as well as learn about careers that require IT experience.
We've updated a ton of teacher presentations to stay consistent with the in-lesson changes we've made over the past year. These refreshed PowerPoints will make your classroom even more effective!
In this release, we've refreshed the Job Seeking Skills module by updating an existing lesson and adding a brand new one! Job Seeking Skills has been updated with these changes for both Business&ITCenter21 and HealthCenter21 users.
The Microsoft Fundamentals module now has a brand new unit for Charts and Graphs! This unit includes three lessons along with other resources. Check out the full details by clicking below.
The Microsoft PowerPoint Skills Project 2016 module has been updated! In this post you'll see four lessons that have been updated and a brand new one. Check it out!
We've added two new lessons and an activity to help you teach more features within Excel. Check out these latest additions to the 2016 Excel Fundamentals module now!
Assessments are a key part of your health science classroom to test and reinforce student knowledge. Because of that, we added a quiz to the Dementia module that previously didn't have any assessments!
This new module has six classroom hours of content to help you teach students to use Google Forms effectively. Click to learn more about the module and read the details in the catalog.
3 new activities mean 3 more hours of learning for your students! We expended the Health Information Technology (HIT) module to include out 4 phase structure: Explore, Learn and Practice, Reflect, and Reinforce.
We've released our long-awaited Beta Keyboarding learning module with instruction on correct keyboarding techniques. Four lessons, a quiz, and a game are included in this module as well as Keyboarding Reference Guide.
We've just released several new business and career reinforcement activities to expand our curriculum in 3 different modules! There are a total of 4 new activities to use with your students. These activities can be found under the reinforce section of the learning module outlines.
A new module for everyone! This module can be a great addition to any course...health, business, career development, you name it! This module provides an overview of how the brain works, good study habits, and personal learning responsibilities.
This update contained fixes for errors that could cause students to become stuck on questions in some lessons within the Google Applications learning modules.
Flash is no more! We've finished the updates to HTML5 and now nearly all of the modules should flow like a breeze on any device without enabling Flash.
A brand new module just for you! The Customer Service module is packed with new learning techniques, relatable scenarios, and fun activities. Better yet, it's a great module for nearly every career path!
Flash, Flash, Flash! Browsers are moving away for automatically enabling the Flash plugin in your browser and so are we suit! These updates will allow the content to run smoothly on all devices. Here are the most recently HTML5 updated modules.
Good news for technology and career teachers! We've expanded and restructured our Google Apps module library. The modules have been broken down into two levels: Essentials and Fundamentals.
This release implemented fixes for drag and drop interactions so your students have a more reliable and positive experience. Learn which modules were updated.
The long awaited updates to the Medical Office Assistant Accounting module have been released! It has been updated technically, visually, and to better reflect the current health care industry.
We've released an update to fix that pesky "allow Flash" issue! This release was specifically focused on fixing the Entrepreneurship module.
We've released an update to fix that pesky "allow Flash" issue! The update has fixed 11 modules that were encountering this issues. Learn which modules are fixed!
The HealthCenter21 Daily Knowledge Challenge is a popup that appears once a day when a student logs in and offers 10 challenge questions for the student to answer. With this update, you now have the option to choose which modules your students will be quizzed on.
While learning about Microsoft PowerPoint, students will have the opportunity to complete Reinforcement Projects on the theme of well-known people in a specific profession. Each Reinforcement Project covers many of the skills learned in the PowerPoint module.
While learning about Microsoft Excel, students will have the opportunity to complete Reinforcement Projects on the theme of well-known people in a specific profession. Each Reinforcement Project covers many of the skills learned in the Excel module.
While learning about Microsoft Word, students will have the opportunity to complete Reinforcement Projects on the theme of well-known people in a specific profession. Each Reinforcement Project covers many of the skills learned in the Word module.
We've had a lot of teachers ask if they could search our catalog of curricula for a specific term or topic. We listened, and the results are in! You can now search for any phrase within Business&ITCenter21 or HealthCenter21 in a flash!
We've made updates to all of the interactive lessons in Professionalism, Digital Citizenship, and Digital Literacy for consistent usability on iPads. Learn about what these changes look like.
Allow your students to pick up where they left off! This new pacing feature allows you to choose if students will be able to complete an assessment in more than one session.
We've had requests to limit the feedback students receive at the end of an assessment. In addition to our current Correct Answers options, we added a feature that doesn’t allow for any student feedback other than the student’s assessment grade.
We've made updates to all of the interactive lessons in HealthCenter21 for consistent usability on iPads. Now 100% of HealthCenter21 works on iPads! Learn about what these changes look like.
Teach more of the basics with Microsoft Office Essentials! These new modules are designed for students who have no experience with Microsoft Office. Learn how the modules are structured and how you can use them with the existing Office modules.
This new module was written by a HealthCenter21 user! It includes 1 unit with 7 lessons and a practice game. Teach your students about dementia care with this new module today!
We have given the Medical Office Assistant modules a makeover! Though these are not new topics, we focused on updating the existing modules to be more engaging, promote better learning, and have more up to date content.
This release included an update for the career readiness modules. You will now find lesson transcripts for all of the modules. You will also see a number of new activities and projects to reinforce student learning. Enjoy!
This new feature will help save you time when trying to locate a specific student in your course. Learn where to find the search box and how it works in this update.
Have you ever wanted to open a quiz, test, or exam for an individual student? Based on comments and suggestions from our teachers, we've added this new feature. Check it out!
Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets are great tools for classroom collaboration activities. Our newest module helps you work with students as they complete projects that require collaboration and document sharing.
Have you ever wanted to assign a due date to a module in Business&ITCenter21 or HealthCenter21? Based on comments from many of our teachers, we have added this feature!
Is your school making the switch to Microsoft Office 2016 for your computer applications curriculum? To help save you time, Business&ITCenter21 has been updated to include modules and projects for Office 2016.
Many of the teachers who use HealthCenter21 have asked for more content related to Anatomy & Physiology. In order to add more relevant content, we created a new module: Diseases & Disorders. You will find the module in the Health Care Foundations template of the catalog.
This release included a number of changes to the look of the Teacher Interface in HealthCenter21 and Business&ITCenter21. You will find the Assignments Tab and Module Details area look a little bit different!
There have been many updates and additions to Business&ITCenter21 and HealthCenter21 over the past few months. We'd like to give you an overview of everything that has been added to keep you "in the know."
Do you have trouble with students skipping lessons and going straight to the quiz? With this new Student Pacing feature, you will be able to block students from taking quizzes until they complete all lessons within the unit.
One of the most common requests is the ability to enter a "0" grade when a student does not complete a quiz or test. We are happy to announce that you will be able to do this from the Grades Tab (previously called "Grade Grid").
Many computer applications and business teachers have shared that they are in need of Google Apps lesson plans to teach their students to use these cloud-based applications. Luckily for our teachers, the Google Applications Fundamentals module is now available!
We have heard from many teachers that an option to see quiz and test grades as point values would be very helpful. The grade grid now lets you see points or percentages for quiz and test grades. This will make it easier for some of you to transfer grades from AES to the master grade book for your school.
Healthcare professionals at some point will encounter victims of domestic violence. Because of this, many health science teachers have shared they are in need of domestic violence curriculum to teach their students about this important and difficult topic. Learn about this new module now!
In this module, students will learn the basics of Google Slides. This includes using templates, changing themes and layouts, spell checking, adding and moving slides, creating text boxes, inserting WordArt and images, cropping images, defining hyperlinks, and more. Students will learn these skills by completing several hands on activities.
The AHA Guidelines for 2015 include some important changes involving activation of EMS from mobile phones and timely use of an AED. The AES CPR Methods module and the Shock and Resuscitation module were updated to incorporate these changes, as well as other updates and corrections.
We made a recent change within the Overview tab of the courses screen. Before this change, when you clicked on a module name, there was an option on the right side that said "Visible to Students." This column now reads "Include in Module?"
In this module, students will learn the basics of Google Sheets. This includes understanding rows and columns, selecting cells, entering formulas, using functions, and formatting data and text.
In this module, students will learn about the basics of Google Docs, including how to format text and paragraphs and change the document layout. Students will also use available tools such as the Research and Define tools.
The Cultural, Social, and Ethnic Diversity module helps prepare students for the workforce by introducing them to the importance of respectful and empathetic treatment for all patients. Students learn about the importance of understanding diversity in the healthcare workplace, as well as develop essential skills for the workplace.
The ICD10 Coding standards are now active. The HealthCenter21 curriculum for Insurance & Coding has been updated to use the new standards in our Coding Overview, and Diagnostic Coding Lesson.
You have told us that Medical Terminology is important for student success! HealthCenter21 now includes Study Guides and Review Challenges for Medical Terminology. They are designed to give students more opportunity to practice before the quiz/test assessments.
Written communication is an important skill for students to learn. It is one skill that they will use, no matter what career path they take. We have often heard that some teachers struggle to create written communication lessons. That's where we come in!
This module introduces students to principles of communication including the sender-receiver communication model. Students will learn effective verbal, nonverbal, and collaborative skills, which are imperative for productive interactions in the workplace and society.
Careers don't happen by accident! Students need to learn about the career planning process, and some of the freely available resources that can help. This module takes students through the process.
This module provides an understanding of how personal choices affect financial circumstances which impacts lifestyle. Students will increase financial knowledge so they can manage financial decisions.
Just because the school year is winding down, doesn't mean our team is slowing down! You will see some changes have been made to HealthCenter21 and Business&ITCenter21. Nothing major, just a handful of things you may notice.
Would you like to upload a syllabus, current event assignment, extra worksheets, or your own PowerPoint to share with students? Now you can!
You will be able to clearly see which modules are completed and which are still in-progress. Modules are considered completed when all quizzes (and the module test, if enabled) have been completed.
We know how important Anatomy & Physiology is to the success of your students, and have made some improvements such as improved instructional design and better graphics and videos.
In this module, students act as coordinators for a company's yearly picnic. Their task is to create a budget, a proposal, and a presentation for the picnic using Microsoft Office.
The Accounting Project has been created to give your students the opportunity to put what they have learned in the Accounting module into practice. This is a great opportunity to work with your students to ensure comprehension of accounting basics.
This module provides an overview of computer fundamentals including input, processing, output, hardware, software, data, data storage, operating systems, and network computing. They will also explore using computers, web browsers, and email safely.
Some students need help determining the most important material in electronic lessons. Other students move through digital content too quickly and need to have a written activity to slow them down, so they can absorb the content. The act of writing down the answers can help all students recall important information.
The focus of this unit is to help students understand consequences, both negative and positive, of the choices they make with their digital footprint.
Some students need help determining the most important material in electronic lessons. Other students move through digital content too quickly and need to have a written activity to slow them down, so they can absorb the content. The act of writing down the answers can help all students recall important information.
This unit introduces students to handling digital communication in both their personal and professional lives. This unit also tackles the extremely important topic of Cyberbullying. Students see and hear how cyberbullying affects people.
The development team has spent time updating the Web Research unit. These enhancements are to clarify and help students learn the vocabulary for the internet, web, and searching.
The development team has made a few changes to the Microsoft Excel Fundamentals module. The changes consist of both updated content and questions as well as some new information.
We have heard from many middle school teachers that it can be difficult to teach good digital citizenship to their students. Digital literacy is important to any career pathway, so having digital literacy lesson plans is a must!
You will have more freedom with our new exam editor. There are more options for you as an instructor when creating an exam, such as editing questions and even adding your own questions!
There are a lot of resources for the modules in our content, but you might not even know they are there! We wanted to make it very clear what our resources are and where to find them.
The International Business project allows learners to put to practice all they have learned in the International Business module, culminating into a PowerPoint and possible presentation.
Students learn how to use Microsoft Excel through a series of hands on activities. The activities are based around a scenario where students help a local sports club determine their profits for four food stands they operate. This module has four units built around this scenario.
One of the most common feature requests is to provide more options for grading quizzes. This release includes a new feature that lets you have more control over the grade calculations when students have multiple quiz attempts.
The final installment of our Health Information Technology module is now available. The focus of this unit is to educate students on HIPAA guidelines related to HIT. Students will be given the guidelines and consequences of violations.
Students will learn the fundamentals of Microsoft Publisher by creating a number of desktop publishing documents. These documents include a calendar, bookmark, birthday card and poster.
The Health Information Technology module is an introductory module that will familiarize students with how information technology affects the healthcare industry. In this module, students will learn new terminology, gain exposure to an EHR system and understand the importance of following HIPAA guidelines.
We've added two new modules to Business&ITCenter21: International Business and Entrepreneurship. These modules will help your students better understand the basics of these areas of business.
Hope you had a great summer. The AES team has been hard at work, developing new modules for Microsoft Office. You can read about the updates or skip to the bottom of this article to learn how to add the modules to your course.
This month, we are happy to announce that we have released even more Business&IT content. We have both new units AND exciting projects for your and your students. Enjoy!
Situational Management is the third unit in the Management Module for Business&ITCenter21. Students will first learn that managers have to make important situational decisions when trying to keep budgets under control.
Based on your feedback, we've made a few changes to the student grades tab. Learn about how module grades and exam grades are now shown.
This month, we have some really exciting news... a much anticipated exam feature and a new unit for the Accounting module. Learn about creating exams and the new accounting content here.
In this release you will find more content for Accounting and Management. We've also released a Beta version for using our new Exams feature. Enjoy!
We have added a TON of new business content for Marketing, Management, and Accounting. Check out the details on these new modules, and learn about a few other updates.
This release includes 2 new additions. The final unit for the Business Law module is now ready! We've also added a new report for Student Time Online.
How do we help students translate knowledge of what a leader is into exhibiting leadership behaviors? AES has ventured to help your students with just that in the upcoming update to our Professionalism module.
New features allow students to see how they are doing and where they can improve. Students will also be able to reset passwords from home using their mobile phones. Finally, they'll be able to learn about the US Legal System and Courts in our newest Business Law unit.
We're excited to share November's updates with you. As always, the updates are designed to help you overcome the many classroom challenges you face; so you can spend more quality time with your students.
This month's release includes many content and feature updates. We've made a number of changes to the Instructor Interface as well as a few to the student screen. You will also find new lessons and activities.
This month's release includes some substantial content updates, such as a new Professionalism unit and new MOA exercises. We've also made some changes to a few features.
Along with a new unit, this release includes a feature that better allows you control over student access to module quizzes and tests. The feature allows you to open and close quizzes and tests - enjoy!
With this release you will find a number of content additions and updates as well as a bunch of new features!
This month we made several small updates to make HealthCenter21 and Business&ITCenter21 run smoother for you and your students. Learn more here.
In this release we have made some content and feature updates. Among these is a Beta release of a new feature to allow students to continue quizzes and tests if they have been kicked out.
We made several minor changes this month. The changes include correcting spelling mistakes and clarifying questions.
In this release you will find a brand new module: Telecommunications and Ethics. We have also made some updates to features to improve how the system works for you and your students.
An option was added that allows you to control when/if correct answers are shown to students after taking a quiz or module test. By default the results shown to students after taking a quiz/test do not show the correct answers. This new option allows you to control when to display the correct answers after the quiz/test.
In this release we have made a number of feature updates as well as added a brand new module called Spreadsheets: Intermediate. Learn about this new module and the other changes.
In this release you will find a new Business&ITCenter21, a few content updates, and some new features related to quizzes. Learn about all of the details here!
In this release you will find a number of new features related to student quizzes as well as a few fixes. Learn about the details here.
We are happy to announce the release of two new Business&ITCenter21 modules - Office Basics and Presentations Basic. Along with this new content we've made some updates to how the system works.
We've updated our Help videos and pages to keep them current with recent changes made to the online system. Help is a great resource for you, particularly outside of our customer support hours.
We've made a number of updates and additions with this release. You will see new Business&ITCenter21 modules as well as new features to make the system run better.
The quiz details page that is part of the Grades tab now provides improved quiz status information. Instructors can clearly see when quizzes are in-progress, completed and when students have abandoned quizzes by opening tabs or closing the browser mid-quiz.
With this release, we have made a number of improvements to quizzes and tests in many of the curriculum modlues. Learn about the improvements and which modules are impacted.
Our new Bloodborne Pathogens module includes 3 hours of interactive presentations for your blended-learning classroom. Your students will love the engaging activities that get them involved in their learning!
This month, we have made some user-friendly modifications that will help both instructors and students. These include providing instructors with answer keys and students with better prompts prior to submitting quizzes/tests.
The American Heart Association recently released updated 2010 CPR guidelines that change the focus from A-B-C (Airway, Breathing, Chest compressions) to C-A-B (Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing). HealthCenter21 has been updated to reflect this change.
This month's release contains new HealthCenter21 content for Pharmacology, Ambulatory Patient, and Physical Exams. We also now have module tests for all content.
Students can now have quiz questions read to them by an online text-to-speech system. This feature has been requested many times for our older client/server system as well as the new online system. We hope this will be a useful tool for students.