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The second edition of the current leading nursing text in curriculum development and evaluation continues to serve nurse educators in academic settings as well as in the practice arena. It is a practical guide for developing, revising, and evaluating nursing curricula and educational programs, complete with case studies and details on conducting a needs assessment to determine the extent of revision necessary within current curricula.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the History of Curriculum Development and Curriculum Approval Processes||p. 1|
|Best-Laid Plans: A Century of Nursing Curricula||p. 5|
|Curriculum Development and Approval Processes in Changing Educational Environments||p. 33|
|Learning Theories, Education Taxonomies, and Critical Thinking||p. 47|
|Learning Theories Applied to Curriculum Development||p. 49|
|Taxonomies and Critical Thinking in Curriculum Design||p. 71|
|Needs Assessment in Curriculum Development||p. 87|
|External Frame Factors||p. 91|
|Internal Frame Factors||p. 123|
|Curriculum Development Applied to Nursing Education and the Practice Setting||p. 145|
|The Components of the Curriculum||p. 149|
|Curriculum Planning for Associate Degree Nursing Programs||p. 195|
|Curriculum Planning for Baccalaureate Nursing Programs||p. 209|
|Curriculum Planning for Master's Nursing Programs||p. 241|
|The Doctor of Nursing Practice||p. 253|
|Curriculum Planning for Doctor of Philosophy and Other Research-Focused Doctoral Nursing Programs||p. 261|
|Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Staff Development||p. 269|
|Program Evaluation and Accreditation||p. 293|
|Program Evaluation||p. 297|
|Planning for Accreditation: Evaluating the Curriculum||p. 311|
|Issues and Trends in Curriculum Development and Evaluation||p. 333|
|Effects of Informatics and Technology on Curriculum Development and Evaluation||p. 335|
|Issues and Challenges for Nurse Educators||p. 353|
|Appendix: Glossary||p. 379|
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