The Academy of Physical Therapy Education recognizes the personal and professional challenges raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we strategize around ways to meet our obligations to the education, health and well-being of our students, colleagues and patients, a commitment to personal and public health is essential. We encourage you to monitor the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control sites, as well as complying with local and institutional recommendations and directives.

Faculty and clinicians who wish to share strategies that meet compliance directives are encouraged to use the Academy's discussion forums for idea exchanges at www.aptaeducation.org > Member Resources > Discussion Forums. The first entry in any forum is a set of instructions for use. The forums are searchable, allowing you to locate or follow past discussions (a feature not available in the Academy listserve). Be sure to enable 'notifications' to receive an email when new entries to a topic are posted.

Pamela K. Levangie
President, Academy of Physical Therapy Education

The Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section and the Acute Care Section joined together to create the  Post-Acute Covid-19 Exercise and Rehabilitation (PACER) course.  There will be 15 presentations for this comprehensive course for students/therapists/faculty.   All future and past courses are available at http://www.cardiopt.org/resources-covid-19.php and the APTA Learning Center. 

 

 
 

To learn more on the ABPTRFE Guidance on COVID-19, click here!  

 
 

The PTAE SIG webinar series has been designed to assist physical therapy faculty during the abrupt change to remote instruction during the COVID-19 crisis.  These webinars are designed to be “live” information sharing and are informal presentations with the intent to collaborate and assist those in need within the education community.  The unedited “real time” recordings are provided to assist those that may have been unable to attend due to competing obligations and not intended to be of the same quality of a formal webinar or educational session.  Thank you!

 

Webinar Series 

Upcoming Webinars 

 

 

Past Webinars Recordings

“Use of PhysioU in PTA Education ”

Carey Bumgarner Weatherspoon, PT, DPT, CSCS, FMSC (Radford University Carilion)

Laurie Z Daigle, PT, MA (Germanna Community College)

Catherine Ammenti MPT, DCE (Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts)

 

“Streamline Program Data through Google”

Brad Wood, PTA, BHSc, MATL

 

Tips and Tricks for Enhancing Student Engagement

 

Asynchronous Teaching/Learning

 

“Virtual Skills Assessment: Meeting the curricular needs to keep teaching” 

 

 

 

PTA Educator Update from CAPTE

Ellen Price, PT, MEd

PTA Lead Specialist

Accreditation

 

CAPTE COVID-19 PDF Slides 

 

 

Ethics Issues Go Viral….Managing the Curve”

Nancy R. Kirsch, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA

 

Online Gamification Strategies

Marcee Martinez, PT, DPT

Justin Berry, PT, DPT, PhD

 

 

"Tools for Web-Based Learning" 

Jennifer Reft, PT, DPT, MS 

 

Tools that can be Helpful when Teaching Online

Web-Based Learning Tools Slides

 

 

Using the SECTIONS Model to Strategize Technology-Based Instruction in Physical Therapy Education

Jeff Hawk, MDE, MBA, MPT, MS

Anne Reicherter, PT, DPT, PhD

 

 

Discussion with Members of the PTA Education Trends Task Force

PTA Education Trends Task Force Report

Becky McKnight PT, MS

Krissa Reeves PTA, MEd

Michelle Avery PTA, MS

Kathy Giffin PTA, MS Ed

Jennifer Jewell PT, DPT

Justin Berry PT, DPT, PhD

Susan Cotterman, PT, MBA

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Academy of Physical Therapy Education recognizes the personal and professional challenges raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we strategize around ways to meet our obligations to the education, health and well-being of our students, colleagues and patients, a commitment to personal and public health is essential. We encourage you to monitor the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control sites, as well as complying with local and institutional recommendations and directives.

Faculty and clinicians who wish to share strategies that meet compliance directives are encouraged to use the Academy's discussion forums for idea exchanges at www.aptaeducation.org > Member Resources > Discussion Forums. The first entry in any forum is a set of instructions for use.  The forums are searchable, allowing you to locate or follow past discussions (a feature not available in the Academy listserve). Be sure to enable 'notifications' to receive an email when new entries to a topic are posted.

 

Pamela K. Levangie

President, Academy of Physical Therapy Education

Academy of Physical Therapy Education (APTE)

apte@aptaeducation.org | https://aptaeducation.org/

 

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