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Strategies for teaching nursing.

Rheba De Tornyay

Strategies for teaching nursing.

by Rheba De Tornyay

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Published by Delmar Publisher Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing -- Study and teaching -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed., 1982.

    ContributionsThompson, Martha A.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13931652M

    It encompasses current trends in health care and nursing education with expanded content on ways to maximize the clinical learning experiences of nursing students, use new technologies in clinical teaching, teach and evaluate student performance, and address ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching. This text offers nurse educators a comprehensive conceptual and practical introduction to student-centered pedagogies and their classroom and clinical applications. The book examines the complexities of teaching and learning nursing, explains the theoretical foundations of student-centered learning, describes various methods and models for student-centered learning in nursing.

    Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing, Fourth Edition: Edition 4.   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 .

    What nursing brings to the future is a steadfast commitment to patient care, improved safety and quality, and better outcomes. Most of the near-term challenges identified in the health care reform legislation speak to traditional and current strengths of the nursing profession in such areas as care coordination, health promotion, and quality improvement.   Having identified and clarified lifelong learning strategies in nursing, it is recommended to use the research findings in the programs and teaching systems of nursing schools. Use of strategies of lifelong learning will led to increased quality of education, development of nursing competency and finally, increased quality of patient by: 6.


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In this third edition of Strategies for Teaching Nursing the purpose of the book remains as before - to help teachers of nursing learn more about their options for helping students meet educational objectives.

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book. Here are practical, relevant, and easy-to-implement teaching strategies that will help you to be more creative in the classroom. The author offers techniques gathered over many years from the nursing education literature and from her own experience.

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Sell yours for a Gift Card/5(18). This second edition of Clinical Teaching Strategies in Nursing provides a thoroughly updated and comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in clinical settings.

Recognizing that clinical settings require different approaches to teaching, the contributors present tools--working /5(5). Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, is the Thelma M. Ingles Professor of Nursing at Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, North Carolina.

She is an author or coauthor of 21 books and many articles on evaluation, teaching in nursing, and writing for publication as a nurse : $   I recommend this book as an introduction to new educators involved in clinical teaching Journal for Nurses in Staff Development This textbook presents a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students in clinical settings.4/5.

Description. For all courses in nurse education. This student-friendly, easy-to-read text is the best resource for the nurse educator. Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators, 3e, prepares graduate nursing students to be nurse educators in settings of staff development, patient education, or academia—covering commonalities of teaching that pertain to all bility: Live.

Teaching in Nursing: The Faculty Role 2. Strategies to Support Diverse Learning Needs of Students 3. The Academic Performance of Students: Legal and Ethical Issues 4. Facilitating Learning for Students with Disabilities UNIT II: Curriculum as a Process 5.

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Teaching clinical reasoning -- one of the major issues facing nursing education today is how to teach students to think like a nurse.

This requires a major change in the way we have been teaching critical thinking, but it can be done. I can provide a model for teaching clinical reasoning that is practical and easy to implement. AEJMC Teaching Committee e-book Effective Teaching Strategies Page 6 of 34 AEJMC Teaching Committee e-book Effective Teaching Strategies Page 6 of 34 to p.m.: Break to p.m.: Part III: Proven Ways to Flourish in Academe: A Mentoring Plan to Balance Teaching, Research, Service and Life Panelists.

THE COMPONENTS OF INSTRUCTION: Employing Reinforcement; Explaining Through Examples and Models; Using Simulation and Games; Developing Psychomotor Skills; Asking Questions; Creating Set; Achieving Closure; STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING GROUPS OF STUDENTS: Teaching by Lecture; Teaching by Seminar; Teaching with Guided Design; Teaching in the Clinical Setting; STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING.

support the teaching role, such as Curriculum, Tests and Mea-surements, Creative Teaching Strategies, and, most impor-tantly, the Teaching Practicum experience, in which graduate students are placed in colleges and universities for a semester to learn the role of the nursing faculty member.

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Teaching strategies can engage students in an active learning process. If they use these strategies well, nursing students are more likely to memorize the information associated with the lesson. It is important for nurse educators to select appropriate teaching strategies in order to deliver high-quality education.

Conflicts of interestCited by: 9. The book presents clinical teaching strategies that are effective and practical in a rapidly changing health care environment.

It describes a range of teaching strategies useful for courses in which the teacher is on-site with students, in courses using preceptors, in simulation laboratories, and in distance education environments.4/5(2). teaching. Although the focus of the book is clinical teaching in nursing education, the content is applicable to teaching students in other health care fields.

The book describes clinical teaching strategies that are effective and practical in a rapidly changing health care environment. It File Size: KB. Teaching in clinical settings presents nurse educators with challenges that are different from those encountered in the classroom.

The purposes of this book are to examine concepts of clinical teaching and to provide a comprehensive framework for planning, guiding, and evaluating learning activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students and health care providers. Nursing research has been offered in the online format in the RN‐BSN programme for 2 years.

This course has an average enrolment of 80 to 90 students each semester. Purpose: This article presents strategies used in teaching an RN‐BSN nursing research course by:   Book Description: This peer reviewed e-book is a must-read for nurses and other health professionals who strive to teach with creativity and excellence in clinical settings.

Each chapter presents current evidence informed educational practice knowledge. Each topic is also presented with text boxes describing ‘Creative Strategies’ that clinical teachers from across .