LIVE: Using Technology for Curricular Mapping in Health Education Specialist Preparation Programs
Includes a Live Event on 09/22/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
Speakers: Jordan Miller, MPH, MCHES® and Charity Bishop, MA, CHES®
Presenters from two different universities will share their curricular mapping and assessment processes to the Responsibilities and Competencies for Health Education Specialists. Each presenter will share experiences defining assessment parameters, identifying outcome measures, mobilizing faculty support, and compiling findings for dissemination for internal assessment and accreditation. Experiences with creating systems for measuring and reporting on student learning outcomes will be discussed. Technologies used to support curriculum mapping and assessment will be explored. Practical applications of REDCap® and Canvas for curricular assessment and reporting will be explained. The process of updating curricular assessment processes to align with renewed HESPA measures will be described.
1. Describe two methods for using data capture software to map courses and curriculum to HESPA II and CEPH requirements. 4.1.9
2. Illustrate the process of curriculum mapping 4.1.1
Charity Bishop, MA, CHES®
Charity Bishop is a Lecturer and the Program Director for the BSPH-Community Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University at IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jordan Miller, MPH, MCHES
Senior Lecturer and Degree Director for Health Education and Health Promotion
Arizona State University
Jordan Miller is a Senior Lecturer and Degree Director for Health Education and Health Promotion, BS, at Arizona State University. She holds a Master of Public Health and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist. She worked in direct service for more than a decade, primarily with families and children before transitioning to public health education in 2011. She is currently a doctoral candidate (DrPH) in Public Health, with research interests that include the health and safety benefits of urban greenspace, experiential learning in post-secondary education, and community development through urban agriculture. She has been a member of the SOPHE Professional Preparation Committee since 2018.
Jordan Fuhrmeister, MPH, CHES
Associate Project Director
Society for Public Health Education
Jordan Fuhrmeister, MPH, CHES is an Associate Project Director at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She brings her background in federal and state grant administration and public health non-profit management to lead the CDC Healthy Schools and CDC Arthritis cooperative agreements. Additional portfolios she directs include SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation, and the National Committee on the Future of School Health Education. She has overseen and contributed to various CDC funded field resources for school health educators, and co-authored literature in areas of opioid addiction, school health, and childhood obesity to inform health policy and practice.