Rapid Instructional Design for
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Rapid Instructional Design for Educators, Clinicians and Schools
Learn how to improve curriculum delivery, retention and get better student learning outcomes. We focus on teaching musculoskeletal anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology with the emphasis on critical thinking, understanding instead of memorization.
Save money and time. Learn from decades of teaching and clinical experience, how to improve content delivery and have happier more productive classes. (Dr. Vizniak’s Top 10 instructor tips here) If you are an instructor, practitioner, curriculum director at a massage school, CE center, or other manual or movement therapy school – our rapid instructional design, content and application will save you time, money and help your classes get better reviews and inspire more student to attend!
This fun, interactive seminar focuses on how instructors can learn to teach musculoskeletal anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology with the emphasis on critical thinking, understanding instead of memorization (focus on ‘big-picture’ clinically relevant topics). We also showcase online and in print top notch resources including a 5,000+ question database, 4,000+ image data base, practical exam assessment forms, clinic forms, posture charts, clinical tools and so much more. You will leave this seminar empowered, excited and ready to be better at what you do.
- Class introduction – discussion of common learning styles and ways to improve content
- Top 10 student study tip
- Top 10 instructor learning tips
- Teaching Knowledge vs wisdom
- Rapid instructional design and multilevel learning (auditory, visual, and kinesthetic and visualization)
- Sample lecture and content
- What the research shows
- Using good quality peer reviewed resources – everything you need
- Upon completion attendees will be able to
- … provide key study tips for students to improve outcomes and learning retention
- … provide instructors with techniques to better facilitate learning, retention and application of material
- … integrate rapid instructional design and multilevel learning auditory, visual, and kinesthetic and visualization into their programs
- … know where to look for high quality easy access resources to facilitate the learning process
Muscle Manual Textbook$49.95
New 2018 Edition
The muscle manual contains evidence based, easily accessible information on topics including musculoskeletal anatomy, anatomical variation, kinesiology, muscle testing, palpation, osteology, biomechanics, trigger point referral patterns, nerve and vessel pathways, differential diagnosis, massage and soft tissue techniques and much more.
Used as a required text for many colleges and universities, this text is a valuable study guide for students, therapists and doctors preparing for board exams, oral practical exams, objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) and many other licensure examinations. This text bridges the gap between classroom education and practical clinical application. Video content here – PHS central
Pages: 480 pages
Compare Trail Guide (bile – $72), Muscular System (muscolino – $103)
Throughout my entire undergrad I have survived by basic memorization and regurgitation. This didn’t translate to retention or application of information. Dr. Vizniak is the only professor that I have encountered that was so invested in constantly remodeling and updating his teachings to ensure his students were getting the best possible learning experience. His investment in his students is unparalleled. His styling of teaching was unlike any I had ever seen before and I wish he could teach others to teach the way that he does. He makes learning easy, fun and engaging, but above all he inspired me to want to change the way I study outside of class. This was honestly the first time I didn’t just have just have the material memorized, but I understood it and can apply it to real life. This is what I have striven for for a long time. It was an honor to learn from you. Thank you.