Webinar: Teaching With Technology

Whitney Lowe, Til Luchau, Susan Salvo

In recent years, the integration of instructional technology into K–12 and postsecondary education has received significant attention. Teachers need to understand the ways these new tools can make a meaningful difference in student learning. Will an instructor website really help students prepare for next week's exam? Will they pay more attention to lectures if the classroom has a smart board? What ancillaries are available with textbooks, and how can they integrate with curriculum? Can Facebook facilitate successful student learning outcomes? Respected educators Whitney Lowe, Til Luchau, and Susan Salvo share their best recommendations for what technology to use and how to use it.

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Whitney Lowe
Whitney Lowe is a recognized authority on pain and injury treatment. His contributions to the massage field are wide-ranging and include professional publications, teaching, clinical work, consulting, and participation in national boards and committees. He is the author of the books Orthopedic Assessment in Massage Therapy and Orthopedic Massage: Theory and Technique, which are used in training programs and schools nationally and internationally. He has also been a contributing author to several other books. In 1994 he founded the Orthopedic Massage Education & Research Institute (OMERI) to provide massage therapists the advanced education they need for treating orthopedic soft-tissue disorders. Learn more at https://www.academyofclinicalmassage.com/.
Til Luchau
Til Luchau is a World Massage Conference favorite for his stunning audiovisuals, crystal-clear instructions, and effective research-informed techniques. Luchau writes Massage & Bodywork magazine's The Somatic Edge column, and is the author of the bestselling Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbooks and DVD series. He is a certified advanced Rolfer and lead instructor at Advanced-Trainings.com, which offers distance learning and in-person seminars throughout the United States and abroad. Learn more at http://Advanced-Trainings.com.
Susan Salvo
Susan G. Salvo has been a licensed massage therapist since 1982 and has taught since 1987. From her love of teaching, Salvo has written two textbooks that are used worldwide, and has also contributed to many other publications. Salvo was one of the initial task force members of the Massage Therapy Body of Knowledge Project. She is on the advisory board of the American Pregnancy Massage Association and has created several instructional massage videos on YouTube. Learn more at http://www.lamassageschool.com/faculty/susangsalvo.php.
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