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Overview

Curriculum Development in Nursing Education, Second Edition continues its dedication to the advancement of nursing education, and in particular, to the ongoing development of relevant yet dynamic nursing education curricula. This Second Edition offers current, accessible, and comprehensive tips and tools and incorporates a balance of theoretical perspectives and practical applications.

The Second Edition has been completely revised and updated and includes an expanded focus on developing a context-relevant curriculum. A major determinant in any nursing education curriculum is the context in which the curriculum is developed and offered. This context is the professional, societal, health care, and educational situations to which the curriculum must respond, and is what makes each school’s curriculum unique. Curriculum Development in Nursing Education helps nurse educators create a program of study that will meet the contextual needs of their individual setting.

What’s New:

Expanded focus on developing a context-relevant curriculum New sections on educational technologies, distributed learning, and curriculum evaluation.
New chapters on preparing for external program review, building a curriculum, and evaluation of a curriculum.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780763755959
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
  • Publication date: 11/20/2008
  • Edition description: 2E
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 355
  • Sales rank: 266,899
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I Introduction to Curriculum Development in Nursing Education: The Context-Relevant Curriculum

Ch. 1 Introduction to Context-Relevant Curriculum Development in Nursing Education

Pt. II Supports for Curriculum Development

Ch. 2 Faculty Support for Curriculum Development

Ch. 3 Leading Curriculum Development

Ch. 4 Organizing Curriculum Development

Ch. 5 Faculty Development for Curriculum Development and Change

Pt. III Development of a Context-Relevant Curriculum

Ch. 6 Data-Gathering for a Context-Relevant Curriculum

Ch. 7 From Contextual Data to Curriculum Nucleus

Ch. 8 Developing Philosophical Approaches and Formulating Curriculum Outcomes

Ch. 9 Curriculum Design

Ch. 10 Course Design

Pt. IV Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation

Ch. 11 Planning Curriculum Implementation

Ch. 12 Planning Curriculum Evaluation

Pt. V Flexible Delivery of Nursing Education Curricula

Ch. 13 Flexible Delivery of Nursing Education Curricula

Pt. VI Future Perspectives

Ch. 14 The Future of Curriculum Development in Nursing Education

Index

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  • Posted March 31, 2009

    Great textbook

    Helpful in curriculum building courses.

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