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Nurse As Educator : Principles of Teaching and Learning

Nurse As Educator : Principles of Teaching and Learning - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0763703103

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ISBN13: 978-0763703103
ISBN10: 0763703109 Edition: 97
Copyright: 1997
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Published: 1997
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Nurse As Educator : Principles of Teaching and Learning - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0763703103

Susan B. Bastable

ISBN13: 978-0763703103
ISBN10: 0763703109 Edition: 97
Copyright: 1997
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Published: 1997
International: No
Summary


Nurse as Educator is a comprehensive text which covers the basic principles of teaching and learning. It is intended for nurses involved in educating patients and their families as well as in educating nursing and allied health care staff and nursing students. Upper division baccalaureate students and masters level students preparing for professional and advanced practice roles, as well as graduate nurses, those who are staff, and in-service educators will find this text useful. In addition, faculty and graduate students who are involved in or anticipating a teaching career in a formal educational setting such as a school of nursing will appreciate this resource.

This text is sequentially divided into three main parts:

  • Part I consists of an overview of the principles of teaching and learning, highlighting the historical and current trends in education for health care, addressing the ethical, legal and economic foundations of education process.
  • Part II examines attributes of the learner, such as learning needs and styles, developmental stages, motivation and compliance factors, literacy levels, special needs, and sociocultural characteristics which must be addressed prior to teaching others.
  • Part III focuses on the techniques and strategies useful for the planning, implementations and evaluation of teaching and learning.


Features:

  • Ample theoretical material on relevant topics related to teaching and learning
  • Examples are used throughout to help the reader understand the link between theory and applications
  • Unique in giving attention to special population groups, gender and sociocultural attributes of the learner adult literacy levels, instructional settings, assessment of motivation, characteristics of the creative teacher, and outcome evaluation

Table of Contents

Forward
Preface
Contributors
Acknowledgments


PART I: Principles of Teaching and Learning

1. Overview of Education in Health Care
2. Ethical, Legal, and Economic Foundations of the Educational Process
3. Learning Theory and Nursing Practice

PART II: Characteristics of the Learner

4. Determinants of Learning
5. Teaching Strategies Specific to Developmental Stages of Life
6. Motivation, Compliance and Health Behaviors of the Learner
7. Literacy in the Adult Patient Population
8. Gender, Socioeconomic and Cultural Attributes of the Learner
9. Special Populations

PART III: Techniques and Strategies of Teaching and Learning

10. Educational Objectives
11. Instructional Methods
12. Instructional Materials: Selection, Use, and Evaluation
13. Instructional Settings
14. Evaluation in Health-Care Education


Appendices A & B
Glossary
Index

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