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Clinical Teaching in Nursing

Clinical Teaching in Nursing

Author: Ruth White

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0748731695

Category: Medical

Page: 230

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Based on the authors' research into clinical teaching in nursing, this book adopts an approach that considers the context in which clinical teaching takes place. The cycle of events in the preparation for and follow-up of practice is seen in the context of socialization from student to nurse.

Teaching in Nursing E-Book

Teaching in Nursing E-Book

Author: Diane M. Billings

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323260589

Category: Medical

Page: 593

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Teaching in Nursing, 4th Edition is the only nursing text to address all three components of education -- teaching, curriculum, and evaluation. Comprehensive guidelines help you meet the day-to-day challenges of teaching, including curriculum development, the diversity of student learning styles, and developing and using classroom tests. This edition has been updated with information on the latest trends in education including new information on the use of simulations to facilitate learning, the latest on competency-based and concept-focused curricula, developing learner-centered courses, and more. Edited by expert nursing educators Diane M. Billings and Judith A. Halstead, Teaching in Nursing is a past winner of the AJN Book of the Year award, and is an excellent resource for nurses preparing to take the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam. The only nursing resource to cover teaching, curriculum, and evaluation of students -- the three essential components of nursing education. Contributing authors are nationally recognized scholars in their fields of expertise. Models of teaching are used to demonstrate clinical teaching, teaching in interdisciplinary setting, how to evaluate students in the clinical setting, and how to adapt teaching for community-based practice. Teaching strategies promote critical thinking and active learning, including evaluation techniques, lesson planning, and constructing examinations. Evidence-based teaching boxes explain how to practice and apply evidence-based teaching, with implications for faculty development, administration, and the institution. End-of-chapter summaries let you draw conclusions based on the chapter content. Open-ended application questions at the end of each chapter are ideal for faculty-guided discussion and online education. Up-to-date research looks ahead to the needs of the future.

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Second Edition

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Second Edition

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826140142

Category: Medical

Page: 484

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With essential, updated content for novice and experienced nurse educators This evidence-based text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing. The only book to focus on the full academic role, it encompasses all of the key concepts required for effective teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, becoming a scholar in nursing education, and much more. The second edition is updated throughout and includes four new chapters on Understanding the Learner, Interprofessional Education, Curriculum Models, and Global Nursing Education. It offers new content on role of the nurse educator, learning theories, active learning, flipped class/team-based learning, teaching strategies, teaching in an online nursing course, using new technologies and simulation, clinical teaching and evaluation, test construction, scholarship of teaching, and more. Chapters begin with objectives and conclude with a content summary. Each chapter integrates research and evidence into the text and includes specific examples of the methods and strategies presented, and 'How-to Tips’ for readers. Also available with the book is an online course with sample course syllabus, modules for each chapter, learner activities, discussion forum questions, and Power Point slides. New to the Second Edition: Four new chapters: Understanding the Learner, Interprofessional Education, Curriculum Models, and Global Nursing Education Learning concepts important in teaching Active learning strategies, flipped class/team-based learning Teaching in online nursing courses and programs New technologies and what’s new in simulation Innovative models of clinical teaching Assessment, evaluation, and test construction Curriculum development and evaluation Scholarship of teaching and becoming a scholar in nursing education Developing partnerships with clinical settings New ancillary with complete online course of 20 modules Key Features: Encompasses current, evidence-based information about the complete academic role—the only text of its kind Delivers key concepts required for effective teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, scholarship, and more Prepares graduate nursing students and nurses transitioning into educator role with essential knowledge and competencies Includes both theoretical and practical information Provides specific examples of content and "how to" tips

Evidence-Based Teaching in Nursing

Evidence-Based Teaching in Nursing

Author: Sharon Cannon

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781284048339

Category: Medical

Page: 352

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PointsTips for Nurse Educators; Chapter 3 The Teaching Experience in Nursing; Introduction; Historical Background; Learning Theories and Approaches; Current Educational Practices and Challenges; Learning Styles/Preferences; Competencies of Nurse Educators; Summary Thoughts; Summary Points; Tips for Nurse Educators; Teaching Scenario; Chapter 4 Ethics in Teaching; Introduction; Legislative and Regulatory Policy; HIPAA and FERPA; Regulatory Agencies; Ethics; Ethics of Teaching in Higher Education; Summary Thoughts; Summary Points; Tips for Nurse Educators.

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Third Edition

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Third Edition

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826152633

Category: Medical

Page: 512

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All the information you need in one textbook! This all-inclusive text for Nurse Educators delivers comprehensive, evidence-based guidance on the essential components of teaching, including learning theories, teaching methods, new technologies for teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, and accreditation. The text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing. This third edition features new content on the transition from clinician to educator. There is also a new chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in clinical settings and updated teaching strategies for active learning, clinical judgment, and online teaching. The text is designed to help educators prepare for the certification exams. The text also addresses varied learning styles and how to accommodate them, new developments in simulation, standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, interprofessional education, and evidence-based teaching. New to the Third Edition: Chapter on the transition from clinician to educator, plus expanded content throughout on becoming a nurse educator Addresses inclusivity and developing an inclusive learning environment for people with different learning styles Strategies to promote active learning, clinical judgment, and higher level learning, and teaching online Updated content on simulations, the use of standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, and clinical evaluation Chapter on accreditation of nursing programs and developing a systematic program evaluation plan Chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in a clinical setting Key Features: Written by experts who seamlessly integrate evidence-based research and practical strategies Serves as a thorough study guide for nurse educator certification exams Covers practical teaching strategies, simulation, online education, technology, interprofessional education, clinical teaching and evaluation, and test construction Includes case examples and other examples to support content and “how-to” tips Includes a high quality online course ready for an instructor’s use: sample syllabus, PowerPoints, and a complete 20-module online course

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator

Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator

Author: Rn Marilyn H Oermann Phd

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826195548

Category: Electronic books

Page: 420

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This all-inclusive text on teaching in nursing is by one of the pre-eminent nurse educators in the United States: Dr. Marilyn Oermann. The only book to focus on the full academic role, it is designed to provide graduate-level nursing students with all of the competencies essential for effective teaching. This evidence-based text encompasses both theoretical and practical information and includes content on teaching and learning, assessment and evaluation, curriculum development, using technology, teaching in simulation, learning lab and online courses, models for clinical teaching, scholarship and evidence-based education, and other components of the educator role.

Teaching Nursing In An Associate Degree Program

Teaching Nursing In An Associate Degree Program

Author: Rita Girouard Mertig, MS, RNC, CNS, DE

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826120052

Category: Medical

Page: 128

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This practical "how to" book for teaching nursing in an associate degree program is for new and not-so-new faculty. Advice gleaned from the author's many years of teaching is presented in a friendly and easy-to-read format, designed to quickly help new faculty get a positive sense of direction. The special issues of AD nursing students -- many have full-time jobs, families, and are more mature than the "traditional" college student -- are given full consideration. Strategies discussed include: What to do during the first class Motivating students Helping the student in crisis Helping students with poor reading, study, and academic skills Helping students with time management

Innovative Strategies in Teaching Nursing

Innovative Strategies in Teaching Nursing

Author: Emerson E. Ea, DNP, APRN-BC, CEN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826161215

Category: Medical

Page: 360

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Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. This innovative text delivers more than 40 evidence-based teaching strategies that educators can use to engage nursing students and enhance their learning in a variety of teaching environments. It provides a wealth of new teaching designs both novice and experienced faculty can use to inspire and motivate learners in the classroom through simulation, online, and in community or hospital settings. Strategies developed by leading clinical nursing and health educators characterize nursing education as a dynamic and highly specialized field that stems from meaningful interactions between learners and educators. For ease of comparison, each practical teaching strategy is organized in a consistent format to include student-centered competencies and nursing education accreditation standards. The text also provides a template and a step-by-step guide on how to customize the strategies to fit the needs of learners and educators. The designs include an emphasis on applications of technologically enhanced innovations in nursing education, interdisciplinary collaboration, and the use of the humanities and art. This text answers the ongoing call for interprofessional education necessary to prepare the next generation of expert nurses in the rapidly changing environment of healthcare. Key Features: Evidence-based research used in the development of each teaching strategy Groundbreaking practices in a variety of environments will challenge the discipline and spark additional innovations throughout nursing Each chapter provides optimal learning outcomes and teaching objectives, preparation resources, modules of implementation, methods to evaluate the effectiveness of each strategy, outlined limitations, and accreditation standards Instructor’s Manual included

A Nuts-and-Bolts Approach to Teaching Nursing

A Nuts-and-Bolts Approach to Teaching Nursing

Author: Jeanne Novotny

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826166029

Category: Education

Page: 168

View: 305

This revised and updated edition of this down-to-earth survival manual is for those who are new to teaching, and for those who need a quick refresher course. Brimming with practical pointers and dozens of timesaving tables and checklists, this volume includes strategies you will need to make clinical assignments, select the right textbooks, construct and analyze student tests, facilitate student learning of technology, prepare and present lectures, and much more. - Publisher.