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Reviewer: Bonnie L. Saucier, PhD, RN (Indiana State University)
Description: This book on innovative teaching strategies in nursing includes chapters written by authors who have expertise in specific specialty areas. The principles illustrated can profit any reader.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a reference for teachers who are developing excellence in their field. The chapters offer invaluable information for readers to review and apply in their classes.
Audience: Teachers at any level and in any discipline can use this book. It is applicable for graduate and undergraduate students as well. Its applicability is for teachers and students who wish to excel in the art of teaching.
Features: Part I provides a foundation for the selection and adaptation of specific teaching strategies. Part II presents concept-based topics, such as problem-based learning, that are applicable in a variety of situations. Part III expands the application from the previous sections and offers situations to encourage students to think in new ways and view concepts from different vantage points. Part IV focuses on different ways to use technologies and provides a discussion of strengths and areas of concern that may occur. Part V covers the roles of the faculty and students who are not always in the same environment. Co-consultants, preceptorial experience, and mentorship are all emphasized. Part VI emphasizes clinical teaching as one of the most significant features of nursing education. Part VII, the final section, presents an overview of evaluation as a key aspect of any educational program. Added features include notes and suggested readings at the end of the chapters along with an inclusive index. Creative examples of innovative teaching strategies are distributed throughout the entire book.
Assessment: This edition highlights authors who have presented their expertise in a multiplicity of specialties. The information they provide proves to be an excellent reference for any teacher interested in expanding innovative teaching strategies into the classroom. The depth and breadth of topics make this an invaluable addition to any teacher's library.
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Gives nurse educators, as well as educators in other health professions, in-depth and interdisciplinary information needed to prepare for today's teaching environment. Coverage encompasses critical thinking in nursing education, humor in the classroom, reflective practice, patient simulation, mentorship, and students with low literacy skills. This third edition offers field-tested strategies for clinical site, traditional classroom, and distance education. There are new chapters on computerized testing, Web-based courses, and e-mail logs and journals. Lowenstein is director of the graduate program in nursing at MGH Institute of Health Professions; Bradshaw teaches nursing at the Medical College of Georgia. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780834216686
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
  • Publication date: 8/1/1900
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 378

Table of Contents

Contributors
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Pt. I Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Effective Learning: What Teachers Need To Know 3
Ch. 2 Strategies for Innovation 18
Ch. 3 Critical Thinking in Nursing Education 29
Ch. 4 Creativity 43
Ch. 5 Humor in the Classroom: Facilitating the Learning Process 54
Pt. II Teaching in Structured Settings 63
Ch. 6 Lecture Is Not A Four-Letter Word! 65
Ch. 7 Problem-Based Learning 83
Ch. 8 Reflective Practice 107
Ch. 9 Teaching Sensitive Subjects 113
Pt. III Simulation and Imagination 121
Ch. 10 Role-Play 123
Ch. 11 High-Fidelity Patient Simulation 134
Ch. 12 Expressive Techniques: Movement As Embodied Knowing 149
Ch. 13 Debate As a Teaching Strategy 159
Ch. 14 The Tree of Impact 166
Pt. IV Technology Assisted Strategies 181
Ch. 15 Teaching by Distance Education 183
Ch. 16 Electronic Communication Strategies
Ch. 17 Web-Based Instruction 210
Pt. V Remote Faculty 227
Ch. 18 Co-Consultant 229
Ch. 19 Preceptorial Experience 242
Ch. 20 Mentorship 251
Pt. VI Clinical Teaching 261
Ch. 21 Philosophical Approaches to Clinical Instruction 263
Ch. 22 Refocusing the Nursing Skills Laboratory 269
Ch. 23 Teaching Patients with Low Literacy Skills 278
Ch. 24 A Community-Based Practicum Experience 290
Ch. 25 Nursing Process Mapping Replaces Nursing Care Plans 303
Ch. 26 Issues in Clinical Teaching: Cautionary Tales for Nursing Faculty 314
Pt. VII Evaluation 325
Ch. 27 Computer-Based Testing 327
Ch. 28 The Clinical Pathway: A Tool To Evaluate Clinical Learning 340
Ch. 29 Evaluation of Learning Outcomes 349
Index 368
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