CNE Review Manual

ISBN-10: 082610505X
ISBN-13: 9780826105059
Edition: 2009
List price: $55.00
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Description: This book is designed for novice and expert nurse educators who seek to pass the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination from the National League for Nursing (NLN). The book highlights the essential knowledge needed for nurse educators to excel  More...

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Book details

List price: $55.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

This book is designed for novice and expert nurse educators who seek to pass the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination from the National League for Nursing (NLN). The book highlights the essential knowledge needed for nurse educators to excel in the field, thus serving as an indispensible resource for systematic review of content before taking this NLN CNE Certification. The book is organized into 9 chapters, beginning with an introductory chapter that reviews the history of nursing education, the evolution of the current nursing faculty shortage, and the objective of creating the CNE examination. This book also addresses each of the key topics outlined on the NLN test blueprint in text style interposed with tables containing condensed information in a summarized format. Key Features: Contains case studies with discussions at the end of each chapter Presents critical thinking questions with web links to more information Includes three practice tests at the end of the book

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introducing the CNE Test and Its Blueprint
Introduction
Preparing for the CNE Examination
Planning and Registering for the CNE Examination
Nuts and Bolts of the CNE Examination
Tips for Success
Facilitating Learning
Introduction
Educational Philosophies
Learning Philosophies
Learning Theories
Assessing the Learner and the Teacher
Using Learning Style Assessments to Facilitate Learning Outcomes
Assessing Faculty Teaching Styles
Learning Outcomes Versus Learning Objectives
Developing a Lesson Plan
Critical Thinking
Role Modeling
Teaching Strategies
Classroom Management
Closing and Not Just "Ending" a Course
Case Studies
Practice Questions
Facilitating Learner Development and Socialization
Introduction
Assessing Readiness to Learn
Individual Learning Styles
Other Learning Styles
Adult Learners
Web-Based Learning
Addressing Incivility
Service Learning
Culturally Diverse Students
Learning Disabilities
Student Socialization
Case Studies
Practice Questions
Using Assessment and Evaluation Strategies
Introduction
Standards of the University/College/Nursing Program
The Evaluation/Assessment Process
Planning the Test
Outcome Evaluation
Case Studies
Practice Questions
Curriculum Design and Evaluation of Program Outcomes, Clinical Teaching, and Learning
Introduction
Leading the Program
Responsibilities of Faculty in Curriculum Development
Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks
Program Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes
Level Objectives
Baccalaureate Outcomes of the AACN
Changing or Revising the Curriculum
Change Theory
Planning Learning Within the Curriculum
Clinical Teaching and Learning
Selecting Appropriate Clinical Experiences Throughout the Curriculum
Good Attributes for Clinical Teachers
Instructional Techniques for the Clinical Setting
Making Assignments
Pre-and Postconference
The Affective Domain in Clinical Practice
Strategies for Evaluating Student Learning in the Clinical Area
Case Study
Practice Questions
Functioning as a Change Agent and Leader
Introduction
The Nurse Educator's Role as a Leader and Change Agent
Clinical Faculty Orientation
Interfacing With the Larger Academic Community and Administration
Strategies for Improving University-Community Collaboration
Partnerships to Expand the Learning Environment
Political Action Resources
Service Learning
Case Studies
Practice Questions
Pursuing Continuous Quality Improvement in the Nurse Educator Role
Introduction
Socialization to the Educator Role
Mentor and Support Faculty Colleagues
Membership in Professional Organizations
Active Participation in Professional Organizations
Commitment to Lifelong Learning/Faculty Development
Participation in Professional Development Opportunities to Enhance Ongoing Development
Keeping Up With Information and Advances in Technology
Technology in the Learning Environment
Informatics in the Learning Environment
The Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform (TIGER) Initiative
Informatics Competencies
Balancing Teaching, Scholarship, Service, and Institutional Demands
Use Feedback to Improve Role Effectiveness
Engage in Self-Reflection for Professional Growth and Development
Case Studies
Practice Questions
Engaging in Scholarship
Introduction
Scholarship in Nursing Education
The Scholar's Role
Boyer's Model of Scholarship
The Use of Boyer's Model
Teaching, Scholarly Teaching, Scholarship of Teaching, and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
The Science of Nursing Education
Developing the Science of Nursing Education
Funding the Science of Nursing Education
Evidence-Based Nursing Education
Summary
Case Study
Practice Questions
Functioning Effectively Within the Institutional Environment and Academic Community
Introduction
Internal and External Forces Influencing Nursing and Higher Education
The Academic Setting
Academic Responsibilities
Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure
Career Development for Nurse Educators
Case Study
Practice Questions
Comprehensive Practice Questions
Answers to End-of-Chapter Practice Questions
Additional Study Resources
Index

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