Supporting the educational and professional growth of each student enrolled within the Health Services Administration program is necessary! Faculty members are on the front line in assisting students to be the best that they can be by first being engaged, then, relevant. As your program manager, I often stress the engagement level of discussion interaction. Each week, I review discussion engagement by data (numbers) and the quality of posts; Overall, the quality of engagement can be improved. The ratio of interactions is great, however, as a team, we must grasp the interest of our students to the best of our ability. How would you describe your presence?
Health Services Administration Core Courses - Associates
HTHS110 Introduction to Health & Human Services Organizations
HTHS121 Healthcare Information Systems HTHS230 Funding Health & Human Services Organizations
HTHS Break Out Session
Take a moment to review your course load and select one course and explain to the group how it is applicable to your current or past career. Describe your career experience, then share with your peers how you brought that experience into your classroom. Explain the importance of being relatable/relevant to your students as you facilitate lessons. Describe how you begin your W1D Icebreaker? Do you only respond to students? What about feedback to weekly reflections? Do you share anything interesting about yourself and/or the topic?
In Part I of our faculty meeting, we discussed Social Presence, an interdependent element of the Community of Inquiry (COI). To what extent are you able to construct meaning through sustained communication, i.e. discussion, grading/feedback, addressing questions, etc.?
*Ensure to engage with at least two of your peers*
Health Services Administration Core Courses - Bachelor
HTHS301 Health Services Management I HTHS301 Health Services Management II HTHS305 Legal Aspects of Healthcare Management
HTHS310 Healthcare Information Systems Management
HTHS315 Healthcare Finance and Accounting Management
HTHS405 Long-Term Care Management