Course Summary:

This training is designed to help people support learners as they put the information they have learned into practice.  We explain differences between teaching with video alone versus using active learning strategies with videos.  Sample activities are demonstrated with existing videos produced by the WRPHTC on “preparing healthy foods on a budget.”  The videos are available for download in English and Spanish as a Resource for this training.  Activities presented are customizable for use with any videos you may be interested in using as part of group education.  

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the ways that videos and interpersonal interaction influence learning.
  • Describe two active learning strategies to use when teaching with video.

Duration: ~ 30 minutes

Continuing Education Information: 0.5 CHES

Trainer: Allison Root, MS, RD;  WRPHTC Instructional Specialist 

Bio:  Allison Root is a Registered Dietitian and an Instructional Specialist at the Western Region Public Health Training Center.  For past three years, she has been designing e-learning courses for the public health workforce.  She is the continuing education coordinator for health educators, registered dietitians, and nurses.  Currently, she is a doctoral student at the University of Arizona where she is studying public health with a concentration in maternal and child health.  Allison has been a Supervisory Registered Dietitian for the WIC program in Los Angeles and a clinical dietitian.  She has taught nutrition courses for California State University, Long Beach and Prince George's Community College in Maryland.  

Register for this course HERE.