Anatomy and Physiology 1a (lab)
Experiences allow you to explore a career field you’re curious about while mastering competencies for school credit. Through experiential learning, you will learn skills and apply them to tasks you would complete as part of a career rather than completing traditional assessments like essays or tests. During your experience, you’ll work with a professional in the field to support your learning whom we call an “outside expert.” You’ll earn a badge for your accomplishments to share on social media and higher education platforms, or with colleges, potential employers, peers, and colleagues to display your qualifications.
Here’s how Experiences work:
Students will demonstrate an understanding of executing technician duties and responsibilities by examining technician duties and responsibilities and observing or participating in their implementation for patient care.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of incorporating healthcare professional standards and ethics into patient care by explaining the ethical obligations that guide a medical technician’s professional conduct and compliance with professional standards.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge and skills required of a technician in a hospital, lab, or healthcare office by explaining the medical and scientific knowledge and the electronic and equipment skills required to support healthcare supervisors in the care of patients.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of medical technician career pathways by exploring technician career options and pathways to a specific technician career, and ongoing growth opportunities within one or more career pathways.
Please view the competencies to see the topics and concepts covered in this offering.
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