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Online and In-House Coursework

 Online Coursework

Module 1
Classroom Management for Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Programs

Authors
Mike Latimer, MSRS, R.T. (R), FASRT; Nancy Latimer, Ph.D., RRT.

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Use classroom management techniques to improve student motivation and outcomes.
  • Plan, organize, and improve lectures to increase student engagement.
  • Evaluate assessment and grading techniques to track student progress.
  • Design an effective code of conduct.
  • Apply disciplinary procedures and remediation techniques.
Module 2
Methods of Instruction

Author
Kevin Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Identify the characteristics of adult learners.
  • Describe Bloom’s taxonomy and learning domains.
  • Discuss key concepts and strategies related to several learning theories.
  • Apply various instructional techniques to medical imaging and radiation therapy education.
  • Recognize methods of differentiating instruction to engage diverse student groups.
Module 3
Curriculum Design

Author
Kevin Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Apply the elements of the curriculum design process.
  • Differentiate between mission statements, program goals, and student learning outcomes.
  • Classify student learning outcomes according to the appropriate learning domain.
  • Describe various assessment procedures for courses and programs of study.
Module 4
Technology in the Classroom

Author
Tanya Custer, MS, R.T.(R)(T)

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Explain the importance of technology in the medical imaging and radiation therapy classroom.
  • Identify educational technologies that can enhance learning in the classroom.
  • List the strengths and weaknesses of various educational technologies.
  • Describe the roles of the instructor and the student within a technology-enhanced classroom.
  • Demonstrate the skills needed to incorporate educational technologies in the classroom.
Module 5
Administration and Record Keeping

Author
Tricia Leggett, D.H.Ed., R.T.(R)(QM)

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Describe the administrative responsibilities of educators in medical imaging or radiation therapy programs.
  • Apply the basic principles of record keeping in higher education programs.
  • Identify common legal concerns of program management.
  • Recognize the roles of professional organizations in higher education.
  • Summarize the process of grant writing.
Online Video
Practice Standards Video

Authors
ASRT Staff

Objectives

 

Objectives

This short video will introduce you to the ASRT Practice Standards and show you how to use them for guidance with the clinical questions that come up in your day to day work.

  • Define the Practice.
  • Establish Compliance Criteria.
  • Guide Clinical Practice.

 In-House Coursework

Live Lecture
Module 6: Facilitation of Learning

Presenter
Craig St. George, ASRT Director of Education

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Discuss the role of an educator.
  • Review the power bases.
  • Explain the importance of effective communication.
  • Summarize active and cooperative learning philosophies.
  • Identify concepts and tools for measuring critical thinking.
  • List ways of preparing students for employment.
Live Lecture
Review of Essential Concepts from Modules 1-5

Presenter
Craig St. George, ASRT Director of Education

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Open forum discussion of topics learned during the online coursework.
Live Lecture
The State of Licensure and Museum Introduction

Presenter
Greg Morrison, ASRT Deputy CEO

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Licensure and its importance to the profession.
  • Future trends affecting R.T. licensure and regulation.
  • Current state of licensure in the U.S.
  • Ongoing licensure efforts and current happenings during 2019 legislative session.
  • ASRT resources.
Live Lecture
See One, Do One, Master One: A Case for the Psychomotor Domain

Presenter
Myke Kudlas, ASRT Associate Executive Director

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Identify risks associated with ignoring the psychomotor domain in R.T. education.
  • List the levels of learning found within the taxonomy of the psychomotor domain.
  • Explain the importance of psychomotor objectives and clinical time in learning programs.
  • Differentiate between objectives written for the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.
Live Lecture
Budding Authors: Cultivating Student Engagement

Presenter
Lisa Kisner, ASRT Director of Publications

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Explain how to become an author for ASRT.
  • Identify ways of getting students excited about and interested in writing for ASRT.
  • Discuss volunteer opportunities and ways to give back to the profession.
Live Lecture
ASRT Resources for Students

Presenter
Susie Moseley, ASRT Education and Curriculum Coordinator

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Recognize resources available in the Student Center.
  • Describe the features of ASRT Roadmaps.
  • Locate the Student Exam Assessment Library.
Live Lecture
Supporting the ASRT Foundation

Presenters
Carol Kennedy, ASRT Foundation Director; Cassie Burton, ASRT Foundation Program and Grants Coordinator

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Define philanthropy.
  • Describe the function of the ASRT Foundation.
  • Identify available Foundation programs.
  • List volunteer opportunities through the Foundation.
Live Lecture
ASRT Membership Benefits

Presenter
Anthony Acree, ASRT Director of Marketing

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Learn about exclusive discounts for ASRT members.
  • Discuss the ASRT Communities.
  • Locate the publications archive.
  • Identify Career Center resources.
Live Lecture
Student Group Membership

Presenter
Erin Livermore, ASRT Senior Business Development Associate

Objectives

 

Objectives

  • Discuss the benefits of student group membership.
  • Review how to sign up for group membership.
  • List opportunities of student group membership.