Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing and Related Health Professions

Eight
£43.99
97812841770177
550

Technology has changed the way students learn and educators teach. Learners are accessing and ingesting information much differently than only a few years ago. The updated Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing and Related Health Professions, Eighth Edition details a wealth of emerging trends in teaching strategies and educational technology to promote effective learning for today's students. The Eighth Edition has been updated to provide the most current information and suggested strategies for online learning and incorporating technology in the classroom. Chapters on blended learning and study abroad programs are featured, enabling students to gain a more diverse and increased global perspective. Highlighting innovative teaching techniques for various learning environments and real-world illustrations of the strategies in use, this text goes beyond theory to offer practical application principles that educators can count on.

Features and Benefits
NEW chapter provides strategies for giving and receiving feedback that is useful in both classroom and clinical settings
NEW chapter on Program Evaluation
Discussion Questions in each chapter have been updated and are designed to help spur discussions in class or online
Offers practical guidance in how to use the strategies presented and what issues or problems can be anticipated
Instructor resources, new to this edition, include Case Studies and Discussion Questions
Appropriate courses

This text is an excellent resource for students in Nursing Education tracks at the MSN, DNP, and PhD levels and is an oustanding course text for educators in a variety of health education settings.

Section I FOUNDATIONAL APPROACHES TO TEACHING AND LEARNING
Chapter 1 Effective Learning: What Teachers Need to Know
Chapter 2 Culture and Diversity in the Classroom
Chapter 3 The Teaching-Learning Experience from a Generational Perspective
Chapter 4 Socializing Students to Professional Behaviors
Chapter 5 Strategies for Innovation
Chapter 6 Clinical Reasoning: Action-Focused Thinking
Section II EDUCATIONAL USE OF TECHNOLOGY
Chapter 7 Using Multimedia in the Blended Classroom
Chapter 8 Teaching in the Online Environment
Chapter 9 Social Media as a Context for Connected Learning
Section III TEACHING IN STRUCTURED SETTINGS
Chapter 10 Using Lecture in Active Classrooms
Chapter 11 Lighten Up Your Classroom
Chapter 12 Problem-Based Learning
Chapter 13 Debate as a Teaching Strategy
Chapter 14 Games are Multidimensional in Educational Situations
Section IV TEACHING IN GUIDED PRACTICE SETTINGS
Chapter 15 The Clinical Skills Laboratory
Chapter 16 Interprofessional Education Strategies
Chapter 17 High Fidelity Patient Simulation: An Evolving Strategy
Chapter 18 Facilitating Learning Using Patient Simulation
Section V TEACHING IN UNSTRUCTURED SETTINGS
Chapter 19 Learning in an Interprofessional Faculty-Mentored Student Practice Center
Chapter 20 Philosophical Approaches to Clinical Instruction
Chapter 21 Crafting the Clinical Experience: A Toolbox for Health Care Professionals
Chapter 22 Clinical Preceptorships
Chapter 23 Service Learning
Chapter 24 Engaging Students in Global Endeavors
Section V EVALUATION
Chapter 25 Concept Mapping: A Meaningful Learning Tool to Promote Conceptual Understanding and Clinical Reasoning
Chapter 26 The Clinical Pathway: A Tool to Evaluate Clinical Learning
Chapter 27 Truth or Consequences: the Significance of Giving and Receiving Evaluation Feedback
Chapter 28 Program Evaluation

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