Resources for Teachers
Through a partnership between DPI and AHEC, 40 new classroom resources are available to teachers to use. All resources are standards-aligned, free, vetted, and available in the WISELearn Portal.
For a full listing of the resources and direct links, go to this link:
2022 Health Science WISELEARN Resource List (spreadsheet) - Do you have a topic that you struggle to find information or activities to engage your students with? This list provides educators with a wealth of activities and information that support most of the Health Science standards. Each provides an active link, description, goal of the resource, and a video explaining the resource.
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES AND LESSON IDEAS
HOSA – Future Health Professionals is pleased to provide “on-demand” lessons for HOSA Advisors with a desire to connect HOSA Competitive Events with classroom curriculum. The opportunities began as a response to the change in the classroom setting encountered during the COVID-19 Pandemic, but continues to be an excellent option for Health Science instructors to use in their classroom. From classroom activities, links to websites, alumni sharing how HOSA and Competitive Events prepared them for their future careers, lesson plans, video lessons, what HOSA event is right for the member, and engagement strategies; the “on-demand” page meets the needs of both HOSA Advisors and members.
The website is updated monthly and aligns with the Competitive Events annual topics. A brief video summary about this page can be found HERE.
National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE)
The National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE) is a national partnership of health science state leaders, organizations, publishers, and resource providers interested in bridging that gap through quality education. We work to stimulate creative and innovative leadership for ensuring a well-prepared health workforce.
NCHSE - Wednesday Webinars
NCHSE hosts Wednesday Webinars for our members and guests to learn from health industry leaders, NCHSE partners and educators. These webinars will be held once or twice a month. Registration for these events is required. Recordings will be posted on this page for those who are unable to attend live sessions.
2023 Topics include:
- Fundraising That Works! - from Jan. 18th
- The Empire Strides Back: Muscle up on Physical Therapy - Wed. February. 8th
- Power Up Your Health Science Instruction with Three Comprehension Strategies - Wed. February 22
- Shock Review - A Life Threatening Emergency - Wed. March 8
- Positive Coaching in the Classroom - Wed. March 22nd
- Charting the Course - Wed. March 29th
- Classroom Behavior Management - Wed. April 19
- Moving Toward Whole-Person Health - Wed. April 26
- Tips for Teaching Sensitive Topics in Health Sciences: Child Abuse and Elder Abuse - Wed. May 3
PROGRAM & LICENSE UPDATES
The DPI guidance for 'Health Science Programming in Wisconsin' has been updated. Reference the DPI HSE website to find information on:
The need for health science programming
Health science career pathways and quality components
Health science courses and course coding
Educator licensing requirements
Examples of course and licensing configurations
Settings for course offerings
Carl Perkins Grant funding
JOIN HEALTH SCIENCE ONLINE NETWORKS
Join Google Currents (formally Google+ Community), a professional site for educators of Health Science and Biomedical Science courses. As a community member, you are encouraged to contribute your ideas, resources and uphold the standards of respect and quality. DPI is not responsible for the content provided. Use this invitation to join the community! To join, users must have a G Suite account.
Follow the NCHSE Facebook page and request access to join the national HSEA private Facebook group to stay up-to-date on events, network with other health science teachers from across the nation, and share resources (you do not need to be a member of HSEA to join).
NEW EDUCATOR TRAINING PROGRAM
UWSP HEALTH SCIENCE CERTIFICATE
The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is offering a new educator preparation program for health science education. Both undergraduate and graduate certificate options are being offered. For more information check out the certificate
CLICK HERE and access details on the UWSP website.