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Educational Technology for Medical Dosimetry Educators

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MDCB Credits: 1.00

ARRT Credits: 1.00

Available Until: 7/31/2021

Non-Member Price: $35.00

Member Price: $20.00

Member PLUS Price: $20.00

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Presented by
Sandra John-Baptiste, MEd, CMD, RT(T)
Education Coordinator
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions
and
Jessica Church, MPH, CMD, RT(R)(T)
Associate Program Director
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions

This session will define educational technology, describe its history, and discuss trends in its development. Using common reasons for choosing a particular type of educational technology as a framework for the discussion, the session will provide a showcase of technology options for the medical dosimetry educator. The pros and cons of educational technology will be presented, as well as its links to student learning outcomes. Ultimately, considerations will be given for choosing a technology that meets both teaching and learning needs.   

Learner Outcomes

  1. Identify common reasons for choosing educational technology
  2. List the pros and cons of various types of educational technology
  3. Link the choice of educational technology to student learning outcomes

Educational Level: Entry Level

Presenters:
Sandra John-Baptiste, MEd, CMD, RT(T), is the Education Coordinator for the Radiation Therapy Program at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions. She is certified in radiation therapy and medical dosimetry.  Sandra serves on the AAMD Continuing Education Committee as a co-chair.

Jessica Church, MPH, CMD, RT(R)(T), is the Associate Program Director for the Radiation Therapy Program at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions. She is certified in radiography, radiation therapy, and medical dosimetry and is working toward a PhD in Education – Instructional Design and Technology through Liberty University. Jessica serves on the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences and the AAMD Continuing Education Committee.