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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

January 2016 Volume 11, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A move away from high-stakes testing toward comprehensive competency

    Charles P. Molsbee & Bryan Benton

    The topic of high-stakes testing has received much attention over the last several years. High-stakes testing in many nursing programs has been linked to progression, graduation, and National... More

    pp. 4-7

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  2. How can nurse educators perform patient simulation efficiently?

    Michael D. Aldridge

    Simulation use in nursing programs has increased dramatically, and the benefits of simulation have now been demonstrated in multiple studies. However, simulation is a time-consuming teaching method... More

    pp. 8-14

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  3. Integrated simulation: A teaching strategy to prepare prelicensure nursing students for professional practice—the students' perspective

    Ingrid L. Simkins & Laura A. Jaroneski, Baker College of Clinton Township, United States

    To prepare associate degree nursing students for the increasing demands of professional practice, we designed an integrated simulation to allow the students to assess their perceived readiness to... More

    pp. 15-19

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  4. Presentation innovations: Using Pecha Kucha in nursing education

    Michelle M. Byrne

    Pecha Kucha (P-K) is a new presentation technique first used in architecture design and recently used in higher education. P-K is an innovative presentation technique emphasizing a rapid delivery... More

    pp. 20-22

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