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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Jumping on the simulation bandwagon: Getting started

    Ann Marie P. Mauro

    Helping today's “net generation” students to develop clinical reasoning and decision-making skills can be difficult. Human patient simulation is an interactive instructional method that allows... More

    pp. 30-33

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  2. Critical thinking and knowledge application utilizing a multifaceted group project incorporating diverse learning styles

    Stacie Lynn Sweet

    Nurse educators struggle with the challenge of teaching students a large volume of content in a short amount of time while incorporating the learning styles of their diverse group of students.... More

    pp. 34-36

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  3. Academic dishonesty: Innovative cheating techniques and the detection and prevention of them

    Dina Faucher & Sharon Caves

    Students use both low- and high-level innovative cheating techniques when taking examinations, writing papers, with group work, or during clinical practice. Cheating occurs by taking, giving, and... More

    pp. 37-41

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  4. A case for review of anatomy and physiology

    Patricia C. Jenkins

    Nursing faculty must make decisions about course content. Thus, the question arises as to whether nursing students think it is helpful to include a review of anatomy and physiology prior to... More

    pp. 42-46

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  5. Student attitudes regarding self-directed clinical assignments

    Mariann Montgomery

    Many nursing programs are incorporating a variety of teaching methods that place an increased emphasis on adult learning theory using the concept of self-direction. Research was undertaken to... More

    pp. 47-51

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  6. An interdisciplinary collaboration in nursing education

    Deidra G. Brown

    This study seeks to better understand how collaboration between the Associates Degree Nursing and Education departments at a medium sized (5,000 student) urban college can provide an interactive... More

    pp. 52-55

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  7. Using mnemonics to increase knowledge of an organizing curriculum framework

    Heather A. Gibson

    Teaching nursing students the organizing curriculum framework and nursing theory lends itself to the incorporation of innovative techniques to enliven the classroom. A mnemonic organizing framework... More

    pp. 56-62

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  8. Cognitive coaching has an exciting place in nursing education

    Cynthia L. Maskey

    Effective teaching is a complicated intellectual process involving continuous decision making to engage students. Cognitive coaching (CC) is focused on improving the teaching practitioner's... More

    pp. 63-65

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  9. Making a case for double testing

    Roxena Wotring, Rojan R. Alpers, Gary Brown & Kay Jarrell

    pp. 66-67

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