Our contact information
By standard mail:
Starla's Creative Teaching Tips
PO Box 6751
Lubbock, TX 79493
806-787-6018 (between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. central time zone)
Fax: no longer use; send all PO's through mail or email@example.com
Starla A. Ewan, M.S.
Starla has 38th years of teaching and brings a rich background of experience ranging from coaching, athletic training, all levels of Biology, college instruction of Anatomy, and years of on-site medical observation. She has been presenting successful teaching methods with teachers during conferences and local staff development for over 27 years.
Her teaching preps have included Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Veterinary Science, and all levels of Biology. She is the author of Starla On Maniken, Star’s Notes, Hands-On Body Systems, Student Study Skills, and Teaching Tip Modules. She is currently working with F.A. Davis as a consultant for their Anatomy and authoring a Health Science Textbook.
Her teaching experience includes Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Microbiology, Pathophysiology, AP Biology, Pre-AP Biology, and standard Biology.
The success of Starla’s teaching strategies and increased student understanding of difficult material through the use of hands-on activities and teaching tricks has led her to share with teachers, massage therapist, medical personnel, dental teachers, and instructors nationwide...including home school instruction. .
Starla also works with new year teacher mentorship programs to facilitate a successful transition into the teaching profession and staff developments for campus faculty to coordinate a successful and consistent learning environment for students.
If you would like to contact Starla about implementing lessons from the modules or to arrange for her to conduct a dynamic workshop for your school or conference, just email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 806-787-6018.
Your instructors will love the time spent in a workshop that gives them fun and successful lessons to take back to the classroom.
Massage therapists and medical personnel will love the application of these lessons to their healing practice.