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12. How to Teach Local Anesthesia (4 ceu’s) Wed. July 27, 1:30-5:30 PM
Course Instructor: Robin Matloff, RDH, BSDH, JD
The course includes the course syllabus, power point presentations, class activities, clinical teaching activities and case based quizzes and exams. All the materials are placed in electronic format on a flash drive for each course attendee. (A copyright agreement must be signed to receive the flash drive). The instructor will direct course attendees in the methods of teaching local anesthesia theory and clinical procedures. This is not a hands-on course. Ways of simplifying the complex topics are clearly explained so that experienced and novice educators will be well prepared to deliver the information in their own courses. The course material can be applied in conjunction with any of the local anesthesia textbooks currently available for dental hygiene education
(This class limited to 30 participants)
Requests for cancellations must be received at least 2 weeks prior to the camp date (July 11, 2022). However, for cancellations received after this deadline, 75% of the tuition may be applied toward future camps. Tuitions for no-shows will be forfeited NO EXCEPTIONS.
DH Methods of Education, Inc. is not responsible for reimbursement of non-refundable airline tickets and any other travel expenses due to missed flights (delays, cancellations weather related or otherwise) or if the course is cancelled. Course flash drives will ONLY be given out to those who attend the courses. Those who miss class for any reason will not be given the course flash drive.
A word about our course flash drives and materials.
We do not sell the course flash drives and/or materials separately. They are only received after completing the “How to Teach” subject specific course. This is our policy since ownership of the course flash drive and materials copyright agreement and course certification are proof to CODA that the recipient did indeed attend the methodology classroom session. Having the materials alone could be misconstrued as meeting Standard 3-7 since CODA usually recognizes our course materials and associates them with the face to face instruction that demonstrates compliance with the standard. The materials belong to the college or university that pays the tuition, not the attendee.