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This text is for all faculty in the healthcare professions, especially in nursing, who are being challenged to keep up with the rapidly changing online, educational, and clinical technologies. The text focuses on how to incorporate the broad range of teaching technologies that go beyond teaching online courses and the use of patient simulators into online, classroom, and clinical teaching. This focus is congruent with the national priority to utilize health information technology to improve health care outcomes through informing clinical care, interconnecting clinicians, personalizing care, and improving population health. Important pedagogy utilized throughout the text includes: best teaching practices, teaching/learning self-assessment tools, tips for practice/making teaching easier, key point summaries, reflective questions and activities for the reader, all of which are supported by the consistent application of the TeachTech Template.
Table of Contents
|Contributors Evidence-Based Review Abstracts||p. vii|
|Contributors Case Examples||p. ix|
|Concepts for Teaching and Learning Across Diverse Technologies|
|What Does It Mean to Teach With Technology?||p. 3|
|Keeping Up With Changing Technology, Self-Directed Learning, and Lifelong Learning||p. 15|
|Theory and Teaching Technologies||p. 31|
|Technology Teaching and Lesson Planning||p. 45|
|Computer and Information Literacy: Gaining and Using the Evidence With Technology||p. 61|
|Faculty as Learning Facilitators With Technology|
|Technologies and Effective Communication||p. 79|
|Technology Teaching Strategies and Building the Learning Community||p. 93|
|Technologies and Active Learning||p. 107|
|Feedback, Debriefing, and Evaluation With Technology||p. 123|
|Diverse Clinical Practice and Educational Technologies|
|Online Education and Diverse Teaching and Learning Opportunities||p. 141|
|The Changing Classroom and Technology||p. 161|
|Simulation and Clinical Learning||p. 175|
|Pedagogies, Technology, and Clinical Data Management||p. 191|
|Pedagogy, Technology, and Clinical Education||p. 207|
|Into the Future: Nurse Educators, Teaching Technologies, and Self-Directed Lifelong Learning||p. 229|
|New Technology Readiness Inventory||p. 243|
|Integrated Learning Triangle for Teaching With Technologies||p. 245|
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