Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Medical - 378 pages
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The third edition of Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing gives nurse educators the in-depth and interdisciplinary information they need to prepare for today's changing teaching-learning environment. This new edition includes a wide variety of field-tested teaching strategies for multiple settings- traditional classroom, clinical site, and distance education. Theoretical foundations for the implementation of teaching and understanding of learners can be seen throughout this book. New in this Third Edition: Chapters on strategies such as distance education, a patient simulator, computerized testing, Web-based courses, e-mail logs and journals; chapters on current challenges for educators, such as teaching sensitive subjects and developing reflective practice; increased emphasis on theories of teaching, learning, critical thinking, problem-based learning, and evaluation.
 

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Contents

Strategies for Innovation
18
Critical Thinking in Nursing Education
29
Creativity
43
Facilitating
54
Potential Problems
60
ProblemBased Learning
83
Reflective Practice
107
Teaching Sensitive Subjects
113
WebBased Instruction
210
PART VREMOTEFACULTY
227
Preceptorial Experience
242
Mentorship
251
PART VICLINICAL TEACHING
261
Refocusing the Nursing Skills Laboratory
269
Teaching Patients with Low Literacy Skills
278
A CommunityBased Practicum Experience
290

PART IIISIMULATION AND IMAGINATION
121
HighFidelity Patient Simulation
134
Movement
149
Debate As a Teaching Strategy
159
The Tree of Impact
166
PART IVTECHNOLOGY ASSISTED STRATEGIES
181
Electronic Communication Strategies
196
Nursing Process Mapping Replaces Nursing
303
Cautionary Tales
314
PART VIIEVALUATION
325
A Tool To Evaluate
340
Evaluation of Learning Outcomes
349
Index
368
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