Posted On Wednesday, July 03, 2019
If you have taken a class at BHTEN, you may have notice some new faces. BHTEN has been making changes, like hiring new employees. Over the next few weeks, we will showcase one these new faces. Starting with Leah Mundy-Mayer, LSW, who is our new Children and Adolescent Training Specialist...
Posted On Friday, March 29, 2019
We are excited to announce that Yvette K. Kamimura-Jones has joined Behavioral Health Training and Education Network (BHTEN) as an Associate Trainer. Yvette’s behavioral health background includes quality assurance, substance use disorders, and training development.
Posted On Monday, February 11, 2019
We are excited to announce the well-deserved promotion of Elizabeth Harrison as Associate Director at Behavioral Health Training and Education Network (BHTEN). Liz's behavioral health background includes numerous positions as drug and alcohol residential treatment facility therapist and supervisor.
She is a certified instructor of Mental Health First Aid and Opioid Overdose Prevention and Narcan Rescue Training instructor, a Certified Instructor. She has presented organizational professional development training seminars at local, state and national venues.
Posted On Friday, January 18, 2019
We are excited to announce the addition of Abigail Pol as the incoming Program Director at Behavioral Health Training and Education Network (BHTEN). Abbey is an experienced leader with background in behavioral health program development, procurements, clinical supervision, training development and delivery, and organizational management. She was most recently employed by Community Behavioral Health (CBH) as the Manager of Network Development, where she led the organization's procurement, training and technical assistance process.
Posted On Thursday, March 29, 2018
The A in the ADDIE model represents analysis phase. Much of the analysis phase focuses on learner for whom we are designing the instructions. Factors, such as their age, culture, time constraints, previous knowledge, etc., will influence the design of the instructions. The results of the learner analysis will define three areas – outcomes, assessment, and activities that must align with each other to ensure an effective learning experience.
Posted On Thursday, March 29, 2018
The BHTEN website is undergoing major repair work at this time. If you encounter any difficulties registering or paying for a course, please contact us for assistance at (215) 923-2116 and ask for Lisa (293) for any registration concerns or Akim (297) for any technical support.
Posted On Tuesday, September 15, 2015
What is interactivity in elearning? Chris Pappas (2015) defined it as the “dialogue between learners and e-learning tools through which learners become engaged and involved in the e-learning process.” Interactivity is held as the major ingredient in the success of e-learning segment, but what qualifies as interactivity. Some hold that clicking the Next button provides interactivity, but others derisively refer to that type of interactivity as “page turning.” Others hold that videos with complex scenarios and intricate branching qualify as interactive, but its high cost makes it unfeasible for some organizations. There is no one answer, because each e-learning differs in content, budget, your technical infrastructure, and the target audience.
Posted On Wednesday, September 09, 2015
Today’s technology has made a veritable smorgasbord of multimedia that can be combined for engaging e-learning experience. But unlike gumbo where everything is thrown into the pot with mouthing-watering results, the selection and implementation of multimedia must take in the human cognitive processes. Just as the chef must know how to prepare a proper roux and to season with okra and filé for a savory gumbo; the developer must know how to arrange the content and media for effective learning.
Posted On Monday, June 29, 2015
Where do you start when you need to create instructions for the traditional classroom environment or want to repurpose existing instruction for distance learning? Is there a systematic approach that will ensure your training is effective?
Posted On Monday, November 10, 2014