Foundations of Innovative Teaching in Classroom and Clinical Setting
This course is designed for educators and professionals who want to expand their knowledge and skills in innovative teaching strategies. Participants will explore different teaching methodologies and techniques, and learn how to create engaging and effective learning environments in both classroom and clinical settings. Through practical assignments and interactive discussions, participants will gain confidence to experiment with new and innovative teaching strategies.
The Foundations of Innovative Teaching in Classroom and Clinical Setting course is designed for educators and professionals who are passionate about teaching and want to expand their knowledge and skills in innovative teaching strategies. This course covers a wide range of topics relevant to both classroom and clinical settings, including the latest research in educational psychology, best practices in teaching, and strategies for fostering collaboration and communication among team members. Participants will explore different teaching methodologies and techniques, and learn how to create engaging and effective learning environments. The course will also provide practical tools to facilitate effective teaching, including lesson planning, assessment, and classroom management. By the end of the course, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of how to effectively teach and foster learning in any setting, as well as the confidence to experiment with new and innovative teaching strategies.
What you'll get
- Certificate of Completion
- Exclusive access to learning materials
- Exclusive access to assignments, activities, and forums
- Course Assessments
At the end of course, you will be able to
- Identify the different innovations in the teaching and learning strategies.
- Classify the different strategies for the classroom and clinical settings.
- Design course plan for the different subject offerings of the program.
- Appreciate the different innovations in the teaching-learning strategies.
- Critique the different strategies for use for teaching and learning during the workshops.
- Utilize the different innovations in their respective schools.
Who should take this course
- New deans and principals
- Beginner and intermediate faculty members
Association of Philippine Schools of Midwifery, Inc. (APSOM)
Maria Teresa Cruz-Padilla RN, RM, MAEd, MAN is an experienced Nurse/Midwife Educator with36 years in Nursing and Midwifery education. She is a Registered Nurse and Midwife who is actively involved in midwifery education for almost 15 years.
She is the current president of the Association of Philippine Schools of Midwifery, Inc. (APSOM). As the president, she is always invited as speaker in the different conventions related to midwifery education and practice.
As an academician and the head of APSOM, she has provided several faculty development activities and various training programs. She is very active in attending various meetings conducted by CHED, PRC-BOM, DOH. She has also been part of several midwifery forums, conventions, and seminars for midwives since 2014. She participated in the formulation of Technical Standards for Midwives in 2014 and the formulation of the IRR of RA 7392 in 2016 – 2017. She was a member of the Technical Working group in preparing the resolution for Career Progression and Specialization Program.
As member of the CHED Technical Committee on Midwifery Education, she has contributed in the preparation of the Policies, Standards and Guidelines for Midwifery Education, and other CHED Memorandum Orders. She is also a member of the CHED Regional Quality Assurance Team for Region IV-A, B and NCR.