Tuesday, March 24, 2009

It's almost too late!

A while back I mentioned all the benefits of participating in HAPS Institute (HAPS-I), the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society's professional continuing education program for A&P professors that offers short, flexible graduate biology courses.

We have four courses that begin soon . . . April 15. These courses involve both online work and sessions at the upcoming 2009 Annual HAPS Conference in Baltimore MD at the end of May.

Two of those courses still have some room in them . . .

Advances in Anatomy & Physiology 2009 (2 graduate credits)
  • A great "first experience" in HAPS Institute
  • Begins online April 15, 2009
  • Learners engage the material presented in the conference Update Seminars more fully than just "walking in cold"
  • Learners have a chance to discuss the seminar presentations together to find those gems that we can "take back to our classroom."
  • Faculty: Ellen Arnestad and Kevin Patton
Advanced Respiratory Biology (2 graduate credits)
  • A reprise of last year's wildly popular course
  • Explore the "in and outs" of the respiratory system for a fully understanding
  • Begins online April 15, 2009
  • Features master teacher Mary Pat Wenderoth of University of Washington
The program also offers a completely online course . . . but there are only a couple of spots left!

Best Practices in Hybrid & Online Teaching of A&P (2 credits)
  • No conference attendance required
  • Begins online May 1, 2009
  • Taught by online A&P experts Tom Lancraft and Janice Yoder Smith
  • Great credential to have in your portfolio!
Want more information? Follow these links . . .

Here's the outside of the HAPS-I brochure

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Here's the inside of the HAPS-I brochure

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