This course explores the art and science of facilitating the learning experience of future registered dental hygienists. Students learn to prepare course lectures with topic objectives and competency alignment, diverse student learning concepts with student-centered activities and outcomes, sensitivity in teaching of different cultural groups, and skills in presentation of material with evaluation of instruction outcomes. In addition, students learn how the skillful use of problem-based learning, case studies, and reflective logs are a moral imperative for health care providers to strive to monitor and improve their clinical reasoning. Students also develop simulated course-modules through learning various styles of teaching methodologies and incorporating critical thinking skills, and develop a rationale that supports their critical thinking and decisions through using appropriate conceptualizations and methods informed decisions about the best approaches to use in the simulated case situation.