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Learn the Latest Best Practices for Allied Health Educators, Earn 20 CEs, and Have Fun in a 100% Online Program

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Returning in June 2010 with all-new material, the ADEA/AAL Institute for Allied Health Educators (ADEA/AAL IAHE) will provide you with the latest advances in assessments and educational methods and offer you 20 CE credits in an enjoyable online format.

Past participants in the ADEA/AAL IAHE have raved about the instructors and the wealth of information they share:

  • Carol Brightwell, Clinical Professor, Tyler Junior College, called the ADEA/AAL IAHE "a very approachable form of distance learning [with] very knowledgeable faculty." 
  • Suzanne Hopper, Academic Director, Oregon Institute of Technology, stated, "Whether you are brand new to education, or have been teaching for a few years or for many years, you will finish this course with new ideas to incorporate into the classroom and clinic. The facilitators are very knowledgeable, encouraging, and supportive. Treat yourself to a practical and fun learning experience!" 
  • Mara Beth D. Womack, Assistant Professor, University of Southern Indiana, offered, "I wish I had been provided this information earlier in my teaching career. The content material was informative and energizing." 

On June 9, 16, 23, and 30, 2010, you will learn the latest advances in teaching technology, classroom assessments, conflict management, career planning, and academic honesty. All of the sessions are recorded, so you can view a podcast if you miss a date or want to see the program again. For your convenience, participants will not be invoiced until after July 1, 2010.

To learn more about the program, see what your colleagues are saying about it, and to register, go to: www.academicleaders.org/iahe.html or contact the Academy for Academic Leadership at 404-350-2098 or gweinstein@academicleaders.org.

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