In the Classroom

Introducing the Complete Dental Hygiene Curriculum Solution

At F.A Davis Company, we are proud to introduce our new products, Dental Hygiene  and Dental Care Decisions. Both work together to create a complete dental hygiene learning experience for your students. They provide the foundational knowledge and critical-thinking skills your students need and show them how to apply what they learned in a clinical setting.

Instructors, we know you’re busy and do a lot for your students.

Engage your students with immersive, multi- media learning. With the interactive eBook, Dental Hygiene: Applications to Clinical Practice, students will be able to identify specific aspects of anatomy & physiology, instruments, and equipment. Below are some of the exercises provided in the eBook that work to create a complete dental hygiene learning experience for your students:

  • Audio Interactive Case Studies
  • Fill-In Procedure Exercises
  • Communication Exercises
  • Hot Spot Exercises—focus on identifying specific aspects of anatomy & physiology, instruments, and equipment. (see below)
Dental Care Decisions Hot Spot Exercises

1. Identify the papilla of the mandibular central

Explore our complete dental hygiene curriculum solution with Dental Care Decisions that will allow you to:

  • Customize your course
  • Assess your students’ progress.
  • Gain access to a wealth of Teaching tools and resources online at DavisPlus, including a test bank, an image bank, and PowerPoint presentations.


REQUEST A PERSONAL DEMONSTRATION TODAY! Contact the Dental Care Decisions team at or visit for more information.

Kinesiology in Action adaptive practice activities

Struggling with Kinesiology? Application is everything!

On Davis Connect, we’ve previously discussed flipping the classroom and how you can enhance learning using online tools during class time AND outside the classroom.

One new product that emphasizes this idea is Kinesiology in Action.


What the Flipped Classroom Is and How To Get Started from F.A. Davis

Flipping Without Flopping: What the “Flipped Classroom” is and How to Get Started

By Quincy McDonald, Publisher, F.A. Davis

One of the most significant movements in Higher Education is the move to the “flipped” learning environment. Flipped Learning is defined by the Flipped Learning Network  as “a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter “ [Flipped Learning Network (FLN). (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P™].


June is Technology Month

Technology in health care becoming more prevalent every day, whether it’s affecting our bodies with biotechnology, or if it’s with new machines or programs that make the jobs of health care workers more efficient. As a result, health care education is changing rapidly as well, and its effects can be seen with the utilization of online courses and the way publishers provide content to students and instructors.