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Classroom skills for nurse educators

Carolyn Chambers Clark

Classroom skills for nurse educators

evidence-based teaching and learning

by Carolyn Chambers Clark

  • 199 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Jones and Bartlett Publishers in Sudbury, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing -- Study and teaching,
  • Education, Nursing,
  • Learning,
  • Teaching -- methods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementCarolyn Chambers Clark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT71 .C5382 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17562930M
    ISBN 100763749753
    ISBN 109780763749750
    LC Control Number2007000616

    The third edition of this classic study guide for nurse educators taking the CNE exam continues to be the only concise review book to feature a systematic approach to exam preparation. Presented in both book and e-book format, it is updated throughout and includes a more in-depth focus on distance-learning modes along with new content on global Price: $ JOJ Nursing & Health Care T.. 12 4. Nabors K () Active learning strategies in classroom teaching: Practices of associate degree .

    This book presents essential teaching skills and tools for nurse educators. It begins with a discussion of the trends in nursing education and the principles of teaching and learning. The book then explores topics such as classroom teaching, clinical experiences, teaching in the simulation laboratory, and online learning. Nurse educators need to have excellent communication skills, be creative, have a solid clinical background, be flexible and possess excellent critical thinking skills. They also need to have a substantive knowledge base in their area(s) of instruction and have the skills to convey that knowledge in a variety of ways to those who are less expert.

      Butlar, Pilcher, Flanagan, and Haley described use of the flipped classroom in a workshop for nurse educators. The purpose of the workshop was to advance the skills and practices of nurse Author: Jobeth Pilcher. process that grows as nurse educators gain class-room skill and experience. This book espouses one philosophy of nursing education. Within this philo-sophical framework, learning challenges, the helping relationship, and a humanizing learning environment are crucial to the development of the professional identity of the nurse educator and the File Size: 1MB.


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This new nursing education text assists both novice and seasoned educators with creative and successful teaching strategies and skills, dynamically illustrating interactive simulations and approaches that will help involve students in active.

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This book presents essential teaching skills and tools for nurse educators. It begins with a discussion of the trends in nursing education and the principles of teaching and learning.

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Excellent nurse educators are described as those who possess strong leadership and communication skills and have outstanding theoretical and clinical knowledge. They are creative, intelligent, competent, resilient and fair. Consummate lifelong learners, they have an unquenchable spirit of inquiry, value scholarship and mentorship and use.

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Finding creative and engaging ways to teach this material in undergraduate nursing.