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From The CriticsReviewer: Bonnie L. Saucier, PhD, RN (Indiana State University)
Description: This text includes an overview of methods and strategies for faculty and student issues, curriculum development, learning experiences, and resources, as well as evaluation processes for students, faculty, courses, and programs.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide the faculty member a guide to teaching in nursing.
Audience: This is a book for beginning nursing faculty members, experienced faculty members, and nurses who combine clinical practice and teaching (preceptors, part time, or adjunct). It can also serve as a reference for graduate students and/or teaching assistants.
Features: The overall design is clear and concise in a hardback style that includes five sections: faculty and students; curriculum; teaching and learning; teaching, learning, and information resources; and evaluation with teaching in nursing and an integrative process. Each chapter encompasses relevant subject matter pertinent to the chosen topic, a summary, and an extensive reference list.
Assessment: This book is an excellent guide for beginning and seasoned faculty members. The topics covered concerning faculty and students, curriculum, teaching, learning and information resources, and evaluation are relevant subjects for faculty development. This is an insightful reference, a must for every faculty administrator's reference library.