CHP Faculty Showcase
CHP Faculty Showcase 3.0 – “Teaching Today’s Learners”
July 12, 2017
8:30am – 4:00pm
I. Dodd Wilson Building, Room 126
What are the attributes of today’s learners? What instructional model and methods are effective in reaching today’s learners? This day will equip CHP faculty with the knowledge and tools to educate today’s learners.
|8:30 - 8:45||Registration|
|8:45 - 9:00||Dean’s Welcome|
|9:00 - 11:30||Keynote: Understanding and Teaching Today’s Learners:
Meet Generation NeXt
Dr. Mark Taylor, M.S.W, Ed. D
|11:30 - 12:00||Lunch with Colleagues|
|12:00 - 1:15||Workshop: Techniques in Teaching Today's Learners
Dr. Mark Taylor, M.S.W, Ed. D
|1:15 - 1:30||Break|
|1:30 - 2:30||Breakout Session 1: Active Learning Strategies in the Classroom/Clinic
Angel Holland, PT, DPT, GCS and John Jefferson, PT, PhD
Tiffany Huitt, Ph.D.
|2:30 - 3:30||Breakout Session 2: Active Learning Strategies in the Classroom/Clinic
Nadja Vawryk Button, MHS, PA-C
Mary Ellen Nevins, Ed.D.
|3:30 - 4:00||Closing Remarks|
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mark Taylor, M.S.W., Ed.D.
Dr. Mark Taylor is an award winning speaker recognized internationally as an educator, expert and consultant who is on the forefront of transformations in educational practice and workplace management. As an authority on the traits, developmental issues and learning outcomes of today’s young people, he is dedicated to helping colleges, universities, schools and professional programs better understand and serve our students for learning, development, persistence and successful integration into the “after college” world. His work with organizations and companies focuses on helping people understand and work more effectively with the generational groups, especially our young people from “Generation NeXt”. Building on over 30 years of experience in higher education, health care and the helping professions, including as a psychotherapist, medical administrator, professor, and in academic and student services administration, Dr. Taylor has worked with over 600 organizations, businesses and schools in 48 states, and made presentations at numerous state, regional, national, and international events. Publications include numerous book chapters, invited pieces, and articles in professional journals including his recent articles on “Teaching Generation NeXt”.
Understanding and Teaching Today’s Learners
Our traditionally aged students are different. They have characteristics and expectations that present unique challenges to those of us charged with teaching, serving and supervising them in their journey to become health care professionals. Their issues with academic preparation, responsibility and self-esteem, consumer expectations, use of technology and styles of interacting can impact, and interfere with, their learning, persistence and academic success at school, and workplace readiness and success. This program will help CHP faculty understand the social, personal and academic traits and preferences our students bring to college, how these characteristics impact learning, persistence and success, and how we can organize our classes to best help all of our students reach their educational and personal goals.
Techniques in Teaching Today’s Learners
This program will help CHP faculty transition more fully to a researched informed model of learning based on increasing both student activity and leveraging available technologies to improve instructional efficiency and effectiveness toward creating compete health care professionals. An instructional model and methods to increase students’ responsibility for their own learning, personal ownership of class goals and to improve students reaching meaningful learning and developmental goals will be described with immediately applicable techniques appropriate and effective with all learners.