- Home Study
- 5 hours
Instructors and educators need to use critical judgment in selecting, using and creating course materials in the classroom. This course will review the selection of media and technology as well as examine basic copyright issues and considerations when selecting classroom materials. A framework will be established for the creation of and components of properly constructed assignments and tests, which is fundamental in the teaching-learning process. Specific to performance-based or task-based assessments, instructors will learn how to properly construct grading and marking schemes for a rubric, rating scale and checklist. Upon completion of the course content, instructors will apply these conceptual frameworks immediately into the creation of a written assessment and a task-based assessment for a course.
West Coast College of Massage Therapy / Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy
Rozsika den Haan
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- It is an accredited
- The minimum requirements for entry into the program include ONE of the following: Must have successfully completed a Massage Therapy program and/or Spa and Aesthetics program; OR Must be a registered practitioner in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM); OR Member of a Professional Association which assumes many of the duties of a regulatory body (in the absence of regulated professions in Canadian Provinces); OR Other individuals with advanced degrees AND at least 2500 hours of experience working with clients in a clinical setting (this occupational experience can be combined from more than one healthcare field)
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