Jinnette Senecal, M.Ed.
Arizona State University Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Jinnette Senecal, M.Ed, leads an accomplished instructional design team at Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing & Health Innovation. She is experienced in creatively applying instructional design principles, evidence-based teaching approaches, and technology solutions toward maximizing positive learning outcomes. Jinnette is a skilled professional development specialist with years of demonstrated success in implementing adult learning approaches in creative ways. Jinnette also serves as an adjunct instructor/facilitator for pre-service educators learning to apply technology solutions in diverse classroom environments.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Podcasting by Design: From Confabbing to Learning - A Guide to Making Your Podcast a Valuable and Practical Resource (#9)
Project overview: The Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CAIPER) at Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, put out an interprofessional health podcast: CAIPER Confabs. Our podcast team will be providing a dynamic and interactive venue for individuals from across the education and practice spectrums to learn from the design and creation of learning materials derived from podcast episodes. Participants will explore the potential benefits and barriers to the implementation of podcasts as professional development for all…
The Preceptor’s Guide to the Nexus: Supporting the Role of Preceptors in Optimizing the Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment (#10)
Project overview: Health systems are faced with a dual challenge of “optimizing learning and patient care”, while preparing health professions learners for interprofessional, integrated team-based care and collaboration (NCICLE, 2019, p. 4). Clinical preceptors occupy an important space at the nexus between interprofessional education and collaborative practice, but most were trained in a specific discipline with traditional roles and chains of command, and learned how to practice in teams through “example, trial, and error” (Kennedy, 2018, p. 7). As a result, health professions learners…