There are 4 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Innovation".
By Andrew Milne | August 29, 2017
Health Education & PE Teacher, New Trier High School
Teaching health is a fantastic opportunity! What a privilege to get to encourage our students to consider their health and that of others.
With increased pressure on academic scheduling it's important that health educators get the most out of their time in the classroom. These 5 steps should have your students running to your class, eager to learn.
By Nicole Levitz, MPH | August 3, 2017
Associate Director of Digital Health Education, Planned Parenthood Federation of America
“Meet people where they are.”
As sex educators we spend an enormous amount of time talking about this concept. It might mean starting with the basics, but it also means bringing interventions to folks, not just expecting them to come to us. That’s why Planned Parenthood developed and evaluated Chat/Text.
By Tamara Kuhn, MA | October 5, 2015
Research Scientist & Director of Technology, dfusion
I’ve had an interest in innovation since childhood. I was thrilled by the technological wonder of my Easy-Bake Oven. I marveled over the magic of freeze-dried ice cream you could take on camping trips.
Later, I felt genuine affection for my first Polaroid camera and my Commodore 64 in all its boxy computer glory. As an adult, I was pretty dazzled by the first iPhone, a magical device offering constant Internet access and the ability to locate the nearest Starbucks with the flick of a finger.
These days the call to “innovate” is being sounded in a variety of settings, from kindergarten classrooms to the halls of higher education, from community outreach clinics to major hospitals, and from small start-up businesses to global corporations.
This is obviously powerful stuff. Innovation is being touted as the solution for nonprofit organization sustainability and the cure for many of the world’s social problems.
- By Tamara Kuhn, MA
By Dan McCormick, MHA | June 8, 2015
Chief Executive Officer, ETR
Have you noticed that the pace of change is accelerating? Of course! We all have. And we're hearing about it over and over, with greater and greater frequency. “Be agile.” “Pivot quickly.” “Re-invent yourself.”
But how do we put these slogans to work to improve our organizations?
I believe one of the best ways to successfully navigate today’s world of high-velocity change is to create and sustain high-vitality organizations.
- By Dan McCormick, MHA
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