Four Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Task Force working groups drove the creation of science-based products from 2020-2022 to advance important scholarly activity in ASPPH-member schools and programs. ASPPH is continues to guide members on evidence-based methods to research, practice, document, and publish on teaching and learning.
Equitable, quality education in public health for achieving health equity and well-being for everyone, everywhere.
As education in public health continues to evolve well past the classroom and into professional experience, ASPPH has developed learning institutes to train future public health leaders and offers a series of continuing education programs.
Off-the-shelf curricular resources for faculty to use in improving students’ ability to protect population healthcare available in four topic areas:a food-borne disease outbreak, the major US milestones in public health over the last century, ethics and public health, and Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Case-Based Teaching and Learning in Public Health provides an asynchronous opportunity for faculty, instructors, and trainers to learn the basics of the case-based method for delivering strong student learning outcomes, whether in-person or virtual, and in both graduate and undergraduate settings.
Schools and programs of public health are increasingly offering more opportunities for undergraduates to attain a foundational education in the field. Many students study public health as undergraduates in order to better prepare for more rigorous and focused graduate studies in the field, as a jumping off point for advanced training in fields such as medicine or public policy or to enter the workforce. ASPPH has developed the following materials to help
The graduate with a master’s-level education in public health from a CEPH-accredited institution is expected to demonstrate a firm grasp of core content as well as, in most cases, expertise in his or her area of specialization. The following resources, developed by ASPPH, are provided as possible benchmarks to consult in creating new programs or improving existing master’s-level curricula in CEPH-accredited institutions.
Faculty and instructors who are planning for outcomes-oriented teaching and learning have access to the following competency-related guides.