The "Plickers" tool in the classroom is attractive to millennials, provides a fun way to keep learners engaged and offers your classes instant feedback on the topics you are covering. Additionally, it is virtually free! This is truly a Brilliant Activity for Birth Educators!
Maintaining a blog as part of your website is an excellent way to keep your website content fresh, share useful information with clients (and potential clients!), and increase and maintain an excellent ranking in the search engines that crawl the web. In simplistic terms, a good SEO ranking me
Last Tuesday, in part one of this two part post series, Andrea Lythgoe explained the Health Belief Model in her blog post Understanding the Health Belief Model. Andrea discussed the different components that make up this model. As we learned, perception is key and there are several different ways
Today, regular contributor Andrea Lythgoe explains what the "Health Belief Model" is and how it may influence the decisions that your students and clients make. As childbirth educators and other birth professionals, we sometimes scratch our head at the choices that some of the families we work with
Today, in our monthly series, "Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators," regular contributor and LCCE Andrea Lythgoe shares a fantastic, interactive idea for helping families to better understand the different positions their baby can be in and the abbreviations used to refer to these positions.