Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Waukee APEX Students Create Content for Peers in the Student Personalized Learning System

A team of students from Waukee High School’s Aspiring Professional Experience Program (APEX) have created a personalized learning module on the career of a Pharmacist.

The students who were a part of this project are (L to R) Tawfeeq Alimami, Chason Yan, Emma Shepard, and group lead, Mikayla Schneider. These students are enrolled in the Exploration of Health Sciences and Medicine class offered at APEX.

Throughout this module, students will learn:
  • What a career in Pharmacy looks like
  • The requirements and steps to become a Pharmacist
  • Why we need Pharmacists?

This module is mainly designed for High School students.

AEA Learning Online is a program where students can use modules to learn more about a specific topic. AEA offers a countless number of topics and information provided for a variety of different learning levels and grades. This program is a great tool to use to help assist your learning.
AEA Learning Online thanks these students and their teacher Cindy Snell for their hard work on these modules.

To learn more about these modules, you can visit http://learning.aeak12online.org/ click on catalog then Employability and Careers: Pharmacy and the tab Statewide or enter the criteria in the search.

You can also have your students create content in our system. If you are interested in having students create content, teachers creating content or using the system please contact Denise Krefting, Melissa Wicklund or Craig Mohr.

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