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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The versatile question: Diverse uses of questioning in online and traditional learning

    Lindsey Montello & Wanda Bonnel

    Questions are a key tool for engaging students and extending learning opportunities. Nursing educators, traditionally using questions in the classroom, now also need best questioning techniques for... More

    pp. 71-75

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  2. Using electronic mail to motivate students

    Toni Couzenza

    Associate degree nursing faculty often note that students come to class poorly prepared to participate in class activities and discussions. Students who fail to complete reading or other... More

    pp. 76-78

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  3. Guidelines for a progression and remediation policy using standardized tests to prepare associate degree nursing students for the NCLEX-RN at a rural community college

    Kimberly Heroff

    This article explores the experiences of nursing students and faculty at a rural community college that recently implemented a progression policy requiring students to achieve passing scores on... More

    pp. 79-86

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  4. Bridges to the baccalaureate: engaging associate degree students

    Roberta Waite, Ivory Coleman & Laureen Tavolaro-Ryley

    Institutions of higher education currently face a number of challenges including an increasing diversity of nursing students who are successful in the profession and who can care for patients using... More

    pp. 87-93

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  5. Expanding classroom time: teaching clinical intravenous skills in campus laboratory

    Sandra J. Jones, Sharon A. Staib & Sally Fusner

    Too much content to cover and not enough time to teach are persistent themes in nursing education. One nursing program utilized clinical time in the campus laboratory as a way to expand didactic... More

    pp. 94-97

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  6. Multidisciplinary multiattribute concept analyses related to the aerohemodynamics conceptual model

    Darlene Sredl

    These concept analyses explore the threshold limit values of the major conceptual composites comprising the aerohemodynamics theory, namely, acceleration, barotrauma, gaseous toxicities,... More

    pp. 98-103

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