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Academy of Teaching, Learning, and Success for Healthcare Professions (ATLAS HCP)

ATLAS HCP is an opportunity for you to connect with other colleagues, learn more about TCC’s resources to support faculty and students, and ultimately, to support and expand knowledge, skills, and abilities related to teaching and learning at TCC. ATLAS HCP focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to teach psychomotor skills and the educational technology used in the Healthcare Professions.

The idea behind ATLAS is to provide directions and maps to many different places. There are many destinations in teaching and learning and many ways to get there. Along the way are interesting stops on this exciting journey. Enjoy the journey, enjoy the experience, and have fun connecting with colleagues and enhancing your teaching!

The guiding question for these seminars is, “What can I do to enhance learning for my students?” The process for answering the question is based on extensive interaction and sharing with colleagues across healthcare disciplines. Exposure to TCC faculty resources including the Center for Teaching Excellence and the Center for Distance Learning along with information about TCC’s student resources such as the Learning Commons will connect you with the tools and resources for successful teaching and learning.


Eligibility: Taught at least one course at TCC and must be teaching a class while participating in ATLAS HCP.

Format: Eight Face-to-face seminars over the course of a semester

Eight Corresponding online modules

Outcomes: A portfolio demonstrating enhancement of teaching and learning including:

  • a teaching philosophy statement
  • a sample unit of learning outcomes
  • an assignment that allows the students to demonstrate critical and creative thinking
  • a reflection on the use of a Classroom Assessment Technique
  • a sample assessment tool tied to learning outcomes
  • a reflection on the integration of technology
  • an annotated syllabus

Compensation: Stipend for completion of seminars and modules

ATLAS HCP Participants

Fall 2014

  • Ashley Aultman - Dental Hygiene
  • Laura Levings - Radiologic Technology
  • Nancy Mckee - Radiologic Technology
  • Lorraine Nichols - Respiratory Care Department
  • Melissa Zapata - Radiologic Technology

Fall 2013

  • Megan McKee - Health Care Professions
  • Patricia Sanzone - Health Care Professions

For more information, contact the Center for Teaching, Learning and Leadership at 201-6208 or​

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