Teaching in nursing: guide for faculty

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Winner of the prestigious AJN Book of the Year award, Teaching in Nursing is a key resource in the dynamic structure and function of preparing the nurses of the future for teaching careers. Faculty must be conditioned to look forward and teach in new ways, diversity of students, curriculum development, redesigning of health care systems, and information and technology advances are just a few of the growing challenges that facing those who choose to instruct. This result is largely due to the editors' standing in the nursing community and their ability to secure only the very best contributors. This is only 3-in-1 nursing education resource available! While most other texts address only one component of teaching, Teaching in Nursing covers three-teaching, curriculum, and evaluation. It provides comprehensive, contemporary guidelines to help instructors meet the day-to-day challenges of teaching. Instructors will also find the guidance they need to ensure that their teaching practices reflect the evolving health care environment. The authors reference current literature in nursing education, as well as the classics in nursing, education, and other fields. Judy Halstead chairs the task force on Development of Nurse Educator Competencies for the National League for Nursing, and is on the front line of influencing the trends in teaching education. Dr. Halstead is also the program evaluator for the CCNE. Both Drs. Halstead and Billings serve on the NLN Think Tank for Nursing Education and are frequently sought as educational consultants.
UNIT 1.FACULTY AND STUDENTS. Teaching in Nursing: The Faculty Role Linda M. Finke, PhD, RN. The Diverse Learning Needs of Students Virginia Richardson, DNS, RN, CPNP. The Academic Performance of Students: Legal & Ethical Issues Elizabeth G. Johnson, DSN, RN, Judith A. Halstead, DNS, RN. Teaching Students with Disabilities Betsy Frank, PhD, RN, Judith A. Halstead, DNS, RN UNIT 2.CURRICULUM. Curriculum Development: An Overview Nancy Dillard, DNS, RN, Linda Siktberg, PhD, RN. Forces and Issues Influencing Curriculum Development Joanne Rains Warner, DNS, RN. Philosophical Foundations of the Curriculum Judie Csokasy, PhD, RN. Curriculum Designs Donna L. Boland, PhD, RN, Linda M. Finke, PhD, RN. Developing Curriculum: Frameworks, Outcomes, and Competencies Donna L. Boland, PhD, RN. Selecting Learning Experiences to Achieve Curriculum Outcomes Pam Jeffries, DNS, RN. Service Learning: Developing Values and Social Responsibility Carla Mueller, PhD, RN UNIT 3.TEACHING AND LEARNING. From Teaching to Learning: Theoretical Foundations Melissa Vandeveer, PhD, RN, PNP. Strategies to Promote Critical Thinking and Active Learning Connie J. Rowles, DSN, RN, CNAA. Improving Teaching and Learning: Classroom Assessment Techniques Connie J. Rowles, DSN, RN, CNAA. Teaching in a Clinical Setting Lillian Stokes, PhD, RN, Gail Kost, MSN, RN UNIT 4.TEACHING, LEARNING, AND INFORMATION RESOURCES. The Learning Resource Center Kay E. Hodson-Carlton, EdD, RN, FAAN, Pamela J. Worrell-Carlisle, PhD, RN. Using Media, Multimedia, and Technology-Rich Learning Environments Enid Errante Zwirn, PhD, MPH, RN. Teaching and Learning at a Distance Charlene E. Clark, MEd, RN, FAAN, Roy W. Ramsey, EdD, RN. Teaching and Learning in Online Learning Environments Judith A. Halstead, DNS, RN, Diane M. Billings, EdD, RN, FAAN UNIT 5.EVALUATION. The Evaluation Process: An Overview Mary P. Bourke, PhD (c), RN, Barbara A. Ihrke, PhD, RN. Strategies for Evaluating Learning Outcomes Jane M. Kirkpatrick, MSN, RN, Diann DeWitt-Weaver, DNS, RN, Lillian Yaeger, EdD, RN,. Developing and Using Classroom Tests Prudence Twigg, PhD(c), RN, APRN-BC. Clinical Performance Evaluation Wanda Bonnel, PhD, RN. Educational Program Evaluation Marcia Sauter, DNS, RN INDEX