Faculty Development - Transitioning from Clinic to Classroom
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9/30/2017 to 10/1/2017
When: Saturday, September 30, 2017
8:00 AM
Where: Marist College
Allied Health Building Room 222
Beck Place
Poughkeepsie 12601
United States
Contact: Yvonne Egitto PT, DPT

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Faculty Development: Transitioning from Clinic to Classroom                                      

This workshop is designed to facilitate clinicians’ transition to roles in academic settings.  Taught by experts in the field of education, the course will introduce effective teaching methods that encourage meaningful learning and engage students.  Instruction in test construction will include practice sessions. Participants will learn strategies to manage student behavioral and academic issues. Other topics include understanding academic culture and accreditation standards.



Robert Noyd PhD

Professor, Department of Biology, U.S. Air Force Academy

Robert Noyd, PhD, has more than 38 years of teaching experience at the college, university, service academy, and secondary levels of education.  He has served as the US Air Force Academy’s Director of Faculty Development from 2004-2007 in the Center for Educational Excellence and has presented teaching and curriculum workshops at universities nationwide. Bob has co-authored three books including a text on how to design effective courses. He is a peer reviewer, consulting editor, and member of the Editorial Board for College Teaching, a journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles on how instructors across all academic disciplines can improve student learning.


Holly Franzen Korzendorfer PT, PhD, CWS, FACCWS

Vice President of Clinical Business Development at DermaRite Industries

Holly Korzendorfer PT, PhD, CWS, FACCWS, a Certified Wound Specialist, is the Vice President of Clinical Business Development at DermaRite Industries.  She has diverse managerial and research experience as a PT working in a wide variety of health care settings.  She has authored numerous publications and serves as an adjunct faculty in several DPT programs.  Holly is an Examination Committee Member, item writer and reviewer for the American Board of Wound Management National CWCA Exam. She serves on many APTA tasks forces and committees including being a peer reviewer for Wounds: A Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice.  She is a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Wound Specialists.


Julie Fineman, BS, MA, EdM

Director of Clinical Education and Clinical Assistant Professor

Julie Fineman, BS, MA, EdM, is the Director of Clinical Education and Clinical Assistant Professor for the developing DPT Program at Marist College. Her PT career has focused on rehabilitation with a specialty in stroke, brain and spinal cord injury in a wide variety of settings. Julie has been an Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy Programs at Stony Brook University, New York Medical College and Dominican College. She is currently pursuing her EdD degree investigating skill acquisition and dual task paradigms in subjects with Parkinson’s disease.  


Claudia B. Fenderson, PT, EdD, PCS

Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Marist College

Claudia B. Fenderson, PT, EdD, PCS, is the Director of the developing Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Marist College.  Previously, she was a professor and director of the DPT Program at Mercy College.  Her career spans more than 35 years primarily in the areas of pediatrics and education. She is a Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist.  She has given numerous presentations at the state, national and international level on the topics related to pediatrics, education, health literacy, and domestic violence. Claudia co-authored NeuroNotes and she has reviewed and contributed to several physical therapy texts.  She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including sections in pediatrics, education, orthopedics, research and women’s health.  


CE Credits: 

This course is APPROVED for 16.8 continuing education credits. 



This course is open to PTs and PTAs, OTs and OTAs .



Member: $200

Non-Member: $400

**Breakfast, lunch and breaks are provided during both days of the course**


Hotel Information:
Traveling from out of town? Get a discounted hotel room rate here!

Holiday Inn Express, 2750 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY  
Phone 845-473-1157.  



Cancellation requests must be received three weeks prior to the course (September 15, 2017), and be in writing. They must be sent to the district event coordinator at Yvonne.egitto@marist.edu for approval. All cancellations are subject to a 25% administrative fee. 



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