AHL 205◊ Fundamentals of Instruction for Allied Health Workers

3 credits

Leadership personnel in Allied Health disciplines are often required to prepare, deliver, and evaluate short educational offerings. In addition, supervisors may find themselves responsible for instruction and performance appraisal of students or new employees undergoing in-house training. This course is designed to prepare Allied Health workers to design, deliver and evaluate short educational programs. Techniques of performance appraisal also are covered. Practice teaching in an Allied Health discipline is included in the course activities. Formal peer, student, and faculty evaluation of learner’s classroom skills also will be employed.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in or graduate of an Allied Health curriculum, or consent of instructor

Lecture: 3 hours