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Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing and Related Health Professions, Fifth Edition continues to provide nursing educators and other health care professionals with the latest, proven teaching strategies. Newly revised and updated, this new Fifth Edition offers how-to-strategies for incorporating the burgeoning field of technology into the classroom. New topics include Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs and podcasts. Also featured are chapters on Blended Learning and Study Abroad programs, enabling students to gain a more diverse and increased global perspective. Featuring innovative teaching techniques for various learning environments and real world illustrations of the strategies in use, this book goes beyond theory to offer practical application principles that educators can count on!
Table of Contents
|Foundational Approaches to Teaching and Learning||p. 1|
|Effective Learning: What Teachers Need to Know||p. 3|
|Diversity in the Classroom||p. 21|
|Strategies for Innovation||p. 37|
|Critical Thinking in the Health Professions||p. 49|
|The Teaching-Learning Experience from a Generational Perspective||p. 65|
|Esthetic Action: Creativity as a Collaborative Process||p. 87|
|Lighten Up Your Classroom||p. 97|
|Teaching in Structured Settings||p. 111|
|Lecture: Reclaiming a Place in Pedagogy||p. 113|
|Problem-Based Learning||p. 137|
|In-Class and Electronic Communication Strategies to Enhance Reflective Practice||p. 147|
|Debate as a Teaching Strategy||p. 163|
|Simulation and Imagination||p. 173|
|Games Are Multidimensional in Educational Situations||p. 175|
|Role Play||p. 187|
|High-Fidelity Patient Simulation||p. 207|
|The New Skills Laboratory: Application of Theory Teaching, and Technology||p. 227|
|Innovation in Facilitating Learning Using Simulation||p. 239|
|Interprofessional Education||p. 265|
|Educational Use of Technology||p. 279|
|The Use of Video in Health Profession Education||p. 281|
|Multimedia in the Classroom: Creating Learning Experiences with Technology||p. 293|
|Electric Communication Strategies||p. 309|
|Web 2.0 and Beyond: Emerging Technologies That Enhance Teaching and Learning||p. 327|
|Blended Learning||p. 337|
|Distance Education: Successful Teaching-Learning Strategies||p. 353|
|Web-Based Instruction||p. 371|
|Teaching in Unstructured Settings||p. 395|
|Philosophical Approaches to Clinical Instruction||p. 397|
|Crafting the Clinical Experience: A Toolbox for Healthcare Professionals||p. 405|
|Nursing Process Mapping||p. 423|
|The Preceptored Clinical Experience||p. 437|
|Student Learning in a Faculty-Student Practice Clinic||p. 459|
|Service Learning||p. 475|
|Study Abroad as a Strategy for Nursing Education: A Case Study||p. 491|
|Programmatic Evaluation||p. 515|
|Assessment of Learning and Evaluation Strategies||p. 531|
|Student Evaluation of Teaching||p. 563|
|The Clinical Pathway: A Tool to Evaluate Clinical Learning||p. 575|
|Evaluation of Teaching Resources||p. 585|
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