GREG WEST

Saturday November 16th
Curriculum Design for EMS Instructors

EMS educators routinely begin as subject matter experts who must learn how to teach. One of the most important components of being a professional educator is understanding how to develop educational offerings using sound andragogical principles. This session will provide EMS educators with the basics of curriculum design in a format designed specifically for those within EMS. Attendees will learn about program outcomes, course competencies, learning objectives, cognitive domain verbs, learning activities, assessments (formative and summative), and incorporating the learning cycle within curriculum design.

Saturday November 16th
Building and Delivering Online Content

Online learning is very different from traditional face-to-face classroom instruction. While online learning can provide busy adult students with much-needed flexibility, developing an engaging online course atmosphere while also ensuring academic integrity can be a challenge. This session will provide EMS educators with ideas on how to build engaging content for use in an online course. Attendees will learn about Quality Matters, curriculum design aspects related to online courses, legalities related to online course delivery, accessibility considerations, competency-based delivery, academic integrity tools, and online assessment strategies.

Gregory West, EdD, JD, NRP, is Dean for the School of Protective and Human Services at Waukesha County Technical College where he has been involved in fire/EMS higher education since 2004.  Greg also teaches in several programs as an adjunct visiting professor at Southern Illinois University.

26422 Oakridge Dr

Wind Lake, WI 53185

wemsa@wisconsinems.com

Tel: 414-431-8193

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