Three Research-Based Power Concepts for Helping Students Learn
Master the Classroom for Massage Educators

Three Research-Based Power Concepts for Helping Students Learn

Author(s): Julie Schell

1CE credit 1 Lesson Video

Teaching has never been more difficult, as massage instructors navigate changing class sizes, adapting clinic procedures, and evaluate where online learning can support in-class instruction. However, by adding small teaching techniques that are easy to implement, students will benefit. Dr. Schell will address common pain points for teachers, and will illustrate how creating powerful learning experiences for your students that can complement your current strategy will lead to improved student outcomes. Attendees will leave the session with research-based strategies to implement immediately.

This session was originally presented at the AMTA 2021 Virtual Schools Summit.

When you finish this course, you will be able to:

  • Review the science behind creating powerful presentations with more imagery and less text, and how best to implement these principles into your teaching.
  • Explain ways to aid students in retrieving information they have learned.
  • Apply chunking to your teaching strategies to improve your students’ retention rate.

  1. 3 Research-Based Power Concepts for Helping Students Learn

Dr. Julie Schell is the Assistant Dean for Instructional Continuity and Innovation in the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin, where she led the transition to online learning for over 200 fine arts faculty and academic staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.