Mental Health: resources for Community Health Workers
This material is taken from a discontinued Open University course. It is intended for re-purposing and re-use by educators rather than for use directly by learners. Learning outcomes appropriate to the original course may be provided within the material, but it is intended that educators will construct new learning outcomes appropriate to the re-use they make of this material.
This is an on-line course which is part of the University’s support to the apprentice programme.
provide support and build the capacity of the clinical educators on how to build distance learning courses
This course focus on how to teach online with special emphasis on Classroom-type online learning, Online collaborative learning and Communities of practice
Un itinerario per l'apprendimento della letto-scrittura in classe prima.
This program is designed for students who are approaching high school and would like to feel more prepared. It consists of learning about the different types of high school classes (on-level, AP, IB, dual-credit), study habits, understanding GPA + rank, and more!
Welcome to the MND Association's Care Worker's Module, which was jointly developed by the MND Association and The University of Northampton. Please note: The purpose of this module is to introduce you to the issues surrounding the care for people living with MND and discusses equipment and procedures you may encounter in this role. Actual equipment and techniques that you use during formal training will vary. Completing this module does not qualify you to carry out any medical procedures but will help you to understand the environment you will be working in.
This course comprises of three elements: 1. Aspects of Digital Pedagogy 2. Blogging for Education 3. Affordances of Mobile Devices. This course was originally designed for lecturers working the the Scottish Further Education sector, but it is equally useful for educators working in primary, secondary and tertiary education.
A toolkit produced by the Open University School of Languages and Applied linguistics to support higher education language teachers moving their language teaching online.
These materials will guide you step-by-step through the application process for your apprenticeship programme. They will provide you with instructions, context and the relevant links to the different resources and platforms you will need to access to complete your application.
In this module you will examine multidisciplinary working and consider its benefits and challenges. You will be encouraged to consider multidisciplinary team (MDT) working in your own work environment and to develop responses in your own practice and the wider team to enhance its performance. For care to be effective the patient experience should be positive: you will hear directly from people affected by MND. You will explore your ideas, findings and opinions with a community of students. The course has been accredited by the following organisations: ACPRC – Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care RCSLT – Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy BDA – British Dietetic Association Association of Palliative Care Social Workers