Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Second Edition

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Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator, Second Edition

SKU# 9780826140135

The Complete Guide to Best Practice in Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum Development

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Editors:

  • Jennie C. De Gagne PhD, DNP, RN-BC, CNE, ANEF
  • Beth Cusatis Phillips PhD, RN, CNE
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Description 

With essential, updated content for novice and experienced nurse educators

This evidence-based text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing. The only book to focus on the full academic role, it encompasses all of the key concepts required for effective teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, becoming a scholar in nursing education, and much more. The second edition is updated throughout and includes four new chapters on Understanding the Learner, Interprofessional Education, Curriculum Models, and Global Nursing Education. It offers new content on role of the nurse educator, learning theories, active learning, flipped class/team-based learning, teaching strategies, teaching in an online nursing course, using new technologies and simulation, clinical teaching and evaluation, test construction, scholarship of teaching, and more.

Chapters begin with objectives and conclude with a content summary. Each chapter integrates research and evidence into the text and includes specific examples of the methods and strategies presented, and 'How-to Tips’ for readers. Also available with the book is an online course with sample course syllabus, modules for each chapter, learner activities, discussion forum questions, and Power Point slides.

New to the Second Edition:

  • Four new chapters: Understanding the Learner, Interprofessional Education, Curriculum Models, and Global Nursing Education
  • Learning concepts important in teaching
  • Active learning strategies, flipped class/team-based learning
  • Teaching in online nursing courses and programs
  • New technologies and what’s new in simulation
  • Innovative models of clinical teaching
  • Assessment, evaluation, and test construction
  • Curriculum development and evaluation
  • Scholarship of teaching and becoming a scholar in nursing education
  • Developing partnerships with clinical settings
  • New ancillary with complete online course of 20 modules

Key Features:

  • Encompasses current, evidence-based information about the complete academic role—the only text of its kind
  • Delivers key concepts required for effective teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, scholarship, and more
  • Prepares graduate nursing students and nurses transitioning into educator role with essential knowledge and competencies
  • Includes both theoretical and practical information
  • Provides specific examples of content and "how to" tips

    Product Details 

    • Publication Date August 02, 2017
    • Page Count 450
    • Product Form Paperback / softback
    • ISBN 13 9780826140135

    About The Author(s) 

    Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, is Thelma M. Ingles Professor of Nursing and Director of Evaluation and Educational Research, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC. She is the author/co-author of 19 nursing education books and many articles on teaching and evaluation in nursing, and on writing for publication. She is Editor of Nurse Educator and Journal of Nursing Care Quality and is past Editor of the Annual Review of Nursing Education.

    Jennie C. De Gagne, PhD, DNP, RN-BC, CNE, ANEF, is Associate Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC. She has consulted with a variety of nursing schools, including in South Korea, Ghana, South Africa, and Taiwan, on nursing program development, continuing education, and/or faculty development. As an expert in educational technology, Dr. De Gagne’s research focuses on promoting cybercivility among health professions students and faculty across the curriculum, policies, and guidelines. She is the author/co-author of three books including two Korean-translated nursing education textbooks, and more than 50 publications, including 35 articles in peer-reviewed journals. She has made over 50 professional presentations nationally and internationally.

    Beth Cusatis Phillips, PhD, RN, CNE, is Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC, where she teaches in the ABSN and MSN programs. She has extensive experience in medical-surgical nursing and nursing education. Dr. Phillip’s research focus is on undergraduate nursing students and their clinical decision- making abilities. She is also interested in interprofessional education and practice, new faculty and clinical instructor development and preparation, and the use of virtual environments in nursing education.