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Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators

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ISBN-10: 0131790269

ISBN-13: 9780131790261

Edition: 2nd 2009

Authors: Sandra DeYoung

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Updated in a new second edition, this readable book prepares graduate nursing students to be nurse educators in settings of staff development, patient education, or academiacovering commonalties of teaching that pertain to all three. Practical information and cutting-edge content emphasize the theories and strategies most likely to be used in the field.Chapter topics include Good Teaching, Learning Theory, Planning and Conducting Classes, Motivation and Behavior Change, Multicultural Aspects of Learning, Literacy and Readability, Traditional Teaching Strategies, Activity-Based Teaching Strategies, Computer Teaching Strategies, Distance Learning, Teaching Psychomotor Skills, Promoting and Assessing Critical Thinking, Clinical Teaching, and Assessing and Evaluating Learning.For staff development educators in hospitals.
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Book details

List price: $89.80
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/28/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Bas de Gaay Fortmanis Professor of Political Economy of Human Rights at the Utrecht University School of Law and the emeritus Professor of Political Economy at the Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands.Kurt Martensis Associate Professor at the School of Canon Law at the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C.M.A Mohamed Salihis Professor of Politics of Development both at the Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University of Rotterdam and the Department of Political Science, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributing Authors
Reviewers
Teaching and Learning
Good Teaching
Hallmarks of Good Teaching
Teacher Style
Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education
Nurses as Teachers
References
Learning Theory
Learning Theories
Types of Learning
Learning Styles
References
Motivation and Behavior Change
Learner Characteristics
Planning for Learning
Motivation and Behavior Change Theories
Summary
References
Literacy
Literacy Levels
Reading Levels
The Importance of Adequate Literacy
Assessing Literacy
Teaching People with Low-Literacy Skills
Developing Printed Educational Materials
Information Literacy
References
Multicultural Aspects of Learning
Learning About Culture
The Culture of Teachers and Learners
Teaching Strategies
Communication Issues
References
Planning and Conducting Classes
The Planning Sequence
Selecting Teaching Methods
Choosing a Textbook
Planning Assignments
Conducting the Class
References
Teaching Strategies
Traditional Teaching Strategies
Lecturing
Discussion
Questioning
Using Audiovisuals
The Interactive Lecture
References
Activity-Based Teaching Strategies
Cooperative Learning
Simulations
Problem-Based Learning
Self-Learning Modules
References
Computer Teaching Strategies
Computer Technology and Learning
Computer-Assisted Instruction
Computer-Managed Instruction
The Internet
Virtual Reality
References
Distance Learning
Advantages and Disadvantages of Distance Learning
Clinical Education in Distance Learning
Interactive Television Classes
Distance Learning via the Internet
References
Teaching Psychomotor Skills
History of Teaching Psychomotor Skills
Learning Psychomotor Skills
Approaches to Teaching Skills
Assessment of Psychomotor Skill Learning
Which Skills Should be Taught?
References
Promoting and Assessing Critical Thinking
Defining Critical Thinking
Distinguishing Critical Thinking from Other Concepts
Ways We May Inhibit the Critical Thinking of Nursing Students
Strategies that Enhance Critical Thinking
Assessing Critical Thinking
Conclusion
References
Clinical Teaching
Purpose of the Clinical Laboratory
Models of Clinical Teaching
Preparation for Clinical Instruction
Conducting a Clinical Laboratory Session
Evaluating Learner Progress
Clinical Evaluation Tools
References
Assessing and Evaluating Learning
Classroom Assessment
Evaluation of Learning
Test Item Analysis
References
The Professional Teacher
The Faculty Role
Finding the Right Educational Setting
The Appointment Process
Reappointment, Tenure, and Promotion
Teaching Assignments and Academic Freedom
Curriculum Development
Student Advisement
Program Assessment
Committee Work