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Annual Review of Nursing Education Volume 3, 2005

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Annual Review of Nursing Education Volume 3, 2005

SKU# 9780826124463

Strategies for Teaching, Assessment, and Program Planning

Author: Marilyn H. Oermann PhD, RN, FAAN


  • Kathleen T. Heinrich PhD, RN

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This series presents innovations in nursing education, written in an easy-to-read manner with a focus on practical information for teachers. Presented by the nurse eductors pioneering these advances and focused on the practice of teaching accross settings, this review is written for nurse educators in associate, baccalaureate, and graduate nursing programs, staff development, and continuing education. Volume 3 presents a rich array of strategies and experiences that can enrich your teaching.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date February 18, 2005
  • Page Count 440
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826124463
  • EISBN 9780826197481

Table of Contents 

    Part I: Our Students
  • Nursing Education for Students with Disabilities: Our Students, Our Teachers, B.C. Evans
  • Why and How We Should Address Student Incivility in Nursing Program, S. Luparell
  • How to Learn, Not What to Learn: Three Strategies that Foster Lifelong Learning in Clinical Settings, J.I. Murphy

  • Part II: Assessment and Evaluation
  • Want to Graduate Nurses Who Care? Assessing Nursing Students' Caring Competencies, J.R. Duffy
  • Improving NCLEX-RN Pass Rates Through Internal and External Curriculum Evaluation, S. Morrison
  • Using a Clinical Simulation to Assess Program Outcomes, V.H. Massey & N.A. Warblow

  • Part III: Innovation and Creativity in Teaching
  • If We Teach Them to Fish: Solving Real Nursing Problems Through Problem-Based Learning, J.G. Alexander, G.S. McDaniel, and M.S. Baldwin
  • Making the Transition from Teacher-Centered to Student-Centered Instruction: A Journey Taken by Two Educators, D.M. Zygmont & K.M. Schaefer
  • Promoting Critical Thinking Through Online Discussion, J.A. Halstead
  • Games: Making Learning Fun, D. Henderson

  • Part IV: Innovation and Creativity in Curriculum and Program Planning
  • Negotiating the Merger of Three Nursing Programs into One: Turning Mission Impossible into Mission Possible, D.K. Mixon, M.A. Kemp, M.A. Towle, & V.C. Schrader
  • Creating an Undergraduate Nursing Classroom Without Walls, J. Larson and K. Hankel
  • Learning Marketspace Partnerships: An Education-Service-Association Model for Developing Online Courses to Prepare Nurses for Clinical Practice in High-Demand Specialties, D.M. Billings and P.R. Jeffries
  • Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into Nursing Curricula, S.T. Pierce
  • Critical Analysis of "Culture" in Nursing Literature: Implications for Nursing Education in the United States, D.P. Gray and D. Thomas
  • Accelerated Nursing Programs for Non-Nursing College Graduates, D.M. Wink
  • Rethinking Empathy in Nursing Education: Shifting to a Developmental View, M.R. Alligood

  • Part V: Reflection: As Faculty and As Students
  • The Mirror as Metaphor for the Reflective Practitioner, J.A. Cohen
  • Shadows and Corners: The Other Side of Journaling, O. Yonge and F. Myrick
  • Use of Faculty Reflection to Improve Teaching, T. Shellenbarger, E.A. Palmer, A.L. Labant, and J.L. Kuzneski
  • Developing Nursing Voice Through Writing in a Group, G.E. Chandler, S.J. Roberts, and R.F. DeMarco
  • Teaching the Art of Professional Nursing in the Learning Laboratory, K.G. Tarnow and H.K. Butcher

  • Index
    Contents of Previous Volumes