on-demand learning opportunities
Classroom Activities and Lesson Ideas
What started as resources for advisors during Covid 19 will continue. Pre-recorded videos and lessons are available “on-demand” for local HOSA advisors/health science instructors and HOSA members for classroom instruction and competition support! These are a free resource being made available by HOSA-Future Health Professionals to help HOSA advisors cope in the virtual world of teaching with HOSA activities. Lessons have been updated to align with new 2021 -2022 topics. New lessons will continued to be added. Most recent update made September 2021. A video summary about this page can be found HERE.
For HOSA Competitors
Why HOSA: Hear from Alumni: How Participating in HOSA and Competitive Events Helps Students
- Video Message from Casey Abernethy English; HOSA Alumna; Senior Clinical Specialist for Medtronics
- Video Interview with Rebekah Rollston, MD, MPH; HOSA Alumna; Founder, Doctors for a Healthy US
Which HOSA Competitive Event is Right For You?
- Video Summary to help competitors explore the events
- PowerPoint file Local Advisors can use / edit for this conversation in the classroom
HOSA CE Guidelines – What’s Important?
For HOSA Advisors
Mini Lessons: Student Engagement Strategies
Classroom strategies like bell ringers, brain breaks, station work, study games, websites, and more resources to implement in the health science classroom!
- Favorite Student Engagement Strategies – Part I – Video for Advisors
- – Part I PowerPoint
- Favorite Student Engagement Strategies – Part II – Video for Advisors
- – Part II PowerPoint
AMSUS Conference 2020 PROVIDED NUMEROUS PRESENTATIONS FOR HOSA MEMBERS COVERING A WIDE VARIETY OF TOPICS. THE ACTIVITIES BELOW COULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THE CLASSROOM.
This content has the support of HOSA-Future Health Professionals and is the vision of Jan Mould and Carie Staub who both serve as Assistant Directors of HOSA’s Competitive Events Program and, together, they have nearly 50 years of health science classroom, education, and HOSA advisor experience.
(Content last updated September 2021)