Effective Teaching Strategies to 

Improve Student Success

Location Varies: Please pick your option at registration. 

8:00 AM - 3:45 PM

  • Far North - Tuesday, 01/07/2014 Redding, CA      
  • North - Wednesday, 01/08/2014 Sacramento, CA
  • Central Valley - Thursday, 01/09/2014 Selma, CA (just 15 mins south of Fresno)
  • Bay Area - Friday, 01/10/2014              Santa Clara, CA
  • South Central - Tuesday, 01/21/2014 Ventura, CA         
  • San Diego - Wednesday, 01/22/2014                                             San Diego, CA 
  • LA/Orange - Thursday, 01/23/2014 Whittier, CA  
  • Inland Empire - Friday, 01/24/2014 Ontario, CA                  



Jessica Filice
Butte College HWI

Topics to be Discussed:

  • Strategies to improve academic performance and integrity.
  • Teaching techniques designed to improve and support professional student behavior.
  • Strategies to revitalize the instructor and implement these strategies to make learning more successful and applicable to lab skills.
  • Simple techniques of how to use a "flipped classroom" to cover curriculum faster and improve student involvement in the learning process.

Starla A. Ewan, M.S.                                                                                                      
Starla is in her 30th year of teaching and brings a rich background of experience ranging from coaching, athletic training, all levels of Biology, college instruction of Anatomy, and years of on-site medical observation. She has been presenting successful teaching methods with teachers during conferences and staff development workshops for over 15 years.  Her Teaching experience includes Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Microbiology, Pathophysiology, AP Biology, Pre-AP Biology and standard Biology. The success of Starla's teaching strategies and increased student understanding of difficult material through the use of hands-on activities and teaching tricks has led her to share with teachers, massage therapists, and medical personnel nationwide. Starla also works with new teacher mentorship programs to facilitate a successful transition into the teaching profession, and she provides staff development programs for campus faculty to coordinate a successful and consistent learning environment for students.

Target Audience is Nursing & Allied Health Faculty & Health Care Industry Educators.

6.5 hours CE Credit. Participant must attend entire course to receive credit. 

Breakfast and Lunch will be served

Spaces are limited, these workshops will fill up fast!

Registration Fee: $50.00

Register Now!                                        Registration is first-come, first served.                                                  

There are no refunds, but substitutions are accepted.



January 7th - January 10th; registration deadline JANUARY 3RD

January 21st - January 24th; registration deadline JANUARY 13TH



Tuesday 1-7-14: Shasta College Health Science Building 1400 Market St. Room 98220 Redding, CA 96001

Wednesday 1-8-14: Sutter Center fort Health Professions: 2700 Gateway Oaks Sacramento, CA 95833

Thursday 1-9-14: Swan Court Conference Center: 2950 Peas SOup Anderson Blvd. Selma, CA 93662

Friday 1-10-14: Mission College: 3000 Mission College Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95054


Tuesday 1-21-14: Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach: 450 East Harbor Blvd. Ventura, CA 93001

Wednesday 1-22-14: San Diego Meda College Allied Health Building S-100 7250 Mesa College Dr. San Diego, CA 92111

Thursday 1-23-14: Swiss Park Banquet Center 1905 Workman Mill Road Whittier, CA 90601

Friday 1-24-14: Double Tree by Hilton Ontario Airport 222 North Vineyard Ave. Ontario, CA 91764