Dr. Forbes-Cardinali's background in both healthcare and instructional design helps guide her teaching practices. Her focus is helping students see the value and the meaning of the content, which helps increase their engagement in class and their mastery of the content.
- D.C., Northeast College of Health Sciences, 2004
- M.S., Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, Syracuse University, 2008
- BScH, Life Sciences, Queen’s University, 1999
- Dr. Forbes-Cardinali has taught courses ranging from introductory Human Biology to graduate level Human Anatomy lectures and laboratory courses She enjoys helping students make the connections between the didactic content and the clinical application of that content.
- BIO 120/121: Human Biology and Lab
- BIO 160/161: Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology I and lab
- BIO 162/163: Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology II and lab
- BIO 240/241: Human Anatomy & Physiology I and lab
- BIO 250/251: Human Anatomy & Physiology II and lab
- BIO 254: Foundations of Pathophysiology
- BIO 297: Biology Sophomore Seminar
- BIO 534/537: Human Anatomy and Lab