Joseph Crouchman is a Director of Education Center with over 20 years of experience teaching Emergency Medicine to Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics, and EMTs.
teaching philosophy is that students need to be taught by a caring empathetic instructor that refuses to judge a student and his
actions too quickly.
In a world where apathy and sarcasm is silently becoming the norm, the classroom must be a place where unparalleled learning is the true objective. read more›
The environment that he
creates in the classroom is one where there is an insatiable desire to learn.
It is not about getting a high grade, but about leaving hungry for more knowledge, and a yearning to learn more about this wonderful world that we are stewards of for just a short time.
desire is to make a difference in education.
has extensive experience as an educator, is Regional Faculty with the American Heart Association
and is on the Board of the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee for New Jersey
Joseph has taught emergency medicine programs for Paramedic Science in Philadelphia at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and in New Jersey at Jersey City Medical Center and Hudson County Community College.
also teaches Anatomy and Physiology courses as a Professor for several Universities.
is best known for teaching basic and advanced ECG recognition programs in many hospitals statewide and as a keynote speaker.
He has a BBA in Healthcare Management, a Masters degree in Education specializing in curriculum and instruction, and completed his Doctoral training as an Education Specialist in Teaching and Learning at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.