This course is designed to expand upon educational methodologies for effective instruction in dental hygiene education. Topics include teaching/learning styles, instructional methods/strategies, use of instructional objectives, classroom assessment techniques, literature reviews, case-studies assessments, and evaluation in dental hygiene educational settings. Students can develop a course design process based on their teaching goals and learning objectives and outcomes. Students are also able to recognize various teaching theories and models utilized in dental hygiene education and be able to implement a course module/unit of instruction for a specific dental hygiene curriculum field of working. Students learn how to choose an appropriate cooperation and risk management techniques to encourage real, moral and sensible quality of care and critically evaluate the most up-to-date dental research activities related to the clinical field of dental hygiene care through integrating evidence-based research skills into their clinical practice to help them improve the quality of clinical dental hygiene care services