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Becoming a Nurse Educator Dialogue for an Engaging Career

ISBN-10: 0763771112

ISBN-13: 9780763771119

Edition: 2010

Authors: CeCelia R. Zorn

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The New Nurse Educator: Launching an Engaging Career is an essential reference designed to assist new nursing faculty in uncovering meaning in their careers, examining student relationships, and to better understand teaching practices for nursing education. This text contains popular and professional literature, nurse educator experiences, stories, quotes, and discussion questions. The New Nurse Educator: Launching an Engaging Career is an ideal resource for all nursing educators.
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Book details

List price: $100.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 9/11/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Foreword
Introduction
Acknowledgments
Knowing the Self as Teacher
Then and Now: A Call to Pause
Learning and Teaching
A Moment in Time
Pauses at Departure and Arrival
You Are Yourself
References
Honoring the Present in the Best and Worst Year
Quarrying the First-Year Challenges
Honoring the Present and Renewing its Nobility
Where Have I Been as Teacher?
Where Am I Going as Teacher?
The Educator Moves Inside
References
"As If": More of That First Year
Appeal of the Educator Role
Preparing to Teach
Getting Started: Before the First Class Meeting
Relationships with Teaching Colleagues
Conclusion
References
Scott's Spirit on Lassen Peak: Finding the Spirit That Sustains You
Lesson from Lassen Peak
Learning as My Sustaining Spirit
What I Have Learned About Learning
Find the Spirit That Sustains You
References
The Rhythm of Education: Dr. Harriet Werley, Thank You for Teaching Me
Thank You for Teaching Me
Rhythm of Staccato
Rhythm of Tapestry
Rhythm of Stillness
References
Relationships with Students
How Can the Students Help Us Teach?
Who Do the Students Say That They Are?
The Nurse Educator: What Is Most Important?
About Being a New Nurse Educator
Beyond Balance
References
Presence with Students: Posing Interest, Not Merely Paying Attention
Posing Interest as a Clinical Teacher: An Early Lesson
Posing Interest as a Classroom Teacher
Showing Up and Circulating
Getting Inside the Students' Heads
"A Friend of Your Mind" and Namaste
References
Teaching Practices That I Am Practicing
Clinical Teaching is Where the Magic Lies
Clinical Education as the Pinnacle of Complexity
Preparing for Departure
In Flight
Conclusion
Questions to Ponder
References
The Novel: "Listen Her and She Will Show Us Everything"
Linking Novels and Human Responses
Repositioning Novel Reading in Nursing Education
Novel Reading: Beyond "Busywork" and "Boring"
"Listen Her and She Will Show Us Everything"
Questions to Ponder
References
The Students Co-Construct the Classroom
Similar Experiences, But What Makes Them Different?
Relentless Preparation
Take a Break
Students and Course Assignments Co-Construct the Classroom
Conclusion
Questions to Ponder
References
Creative Projects: "Could You Please Tell Us What You're Looking For?"
A Newbie's Anemic Attempts
What I've Discovered
Creativity as a Concept
Beginning to Make it a Practice
Conclusion
Questions to Ponder
References
Nursing Education as Liberal Education
Teaching Life, Not Teaching Work
Beyond Compliance in Health Care
Shadow Side of Nursing Education
Nursing Education as Liberal Education
In Procession: Where is it Leading Us?
References
Afterword: The Musicality of Teaching: More Dreams for the Future than Memories of the Past
The Musicality of Teaching
Building Bridges
References
Index