The seventh (and final!) article in my series for Lamaze International on using Instructional Design principles to create better childbirth education classes is up! I covers the application of Kirkpatrick’s Levels of Evaluation to Childbirth Education classes. Click the image to go read it!
The sixth article in my Better Childbirth Education by Design series was published today on the Lamaze International blog Connecting the Dots. It describes a modular way of thinking about curriculum design to make it adaptable for the variety of learners who might show up in birthing classes.
Now that I am teaching virtually, I use PowerPoint more than ever. I don’t love it, and I’m constantly looking for ways to make it work in different and unexpected ways. I recently came across a YouTube tutorial from the Tech Train on creating a timer for PowerPoint. I created a few of them, and
The fifth installment of my series for the Lamaze International Blog Connecting the Dots was published today. It discusses choosing strategies, activities and materials for childbirth education classes.
The fourth installment of my series for Lamaze International was published today. It addresses how childbirth educators can use Bloom’s to develop better courses.
The third article in my series for Lamaze International was published today, it covers writing educational objectives for more effective childbirth classes.
The second installment in my series for Lamaze International’s blog for childbirth educators was published today. It covers all kinds of analysis that might benefit Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators: Needs Analysis, Learner Analysis, and Contextual Analysis.
In my role as a regular contributor to the Lamaze International blog Connecting the Dots, I’ve written a series on how to apply the ADDIE process to childbirth class design. The first article, an overview of the process, was published today.