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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

April 2013 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Impact of learning style assessment on self-reported skills of students in an associate degree nursing program

    Greta I. Marek

    The purpose of this pilot project was to evaluate the effectiveness of the visual, aural, reading, kinesthetic learning style assessment tool, coupled with faculty mentoring, to aid third-semester ... More

    pp. 43-49

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  2. Nursing student success in an associate degree program

    Janet Raman

    As employment opportunities for associate degree nursing graduates become scarcer, it becomes more important than ever to ensure that nursing students are academically successful.This study... More

    pp. 50-58

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  3. Educational advancement: what do associate degree students think?

    Deborah Jezuit & Mary Beth Luna

    The advancement of nursing education is a topic receiving much publicity and attention. Although associate degree (ADN) educators understand the need for advancement in nursing education and... More

    pp. 59-62

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  4. Reflection through journal writing to educate registered nursing students on patient care

    Deborah McMillan-Coddington

    Registered nursing programs give students access to clinical participation, which allows the students to learn in the clinical setting. This article suggests that nursing students use journal... More

    pp. 63-67

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  5. Is caring really teachable?

    Rojann R. Alpers, Kay Jarrell & Roxena Wotring

    Caring is often considered a synonym for nursing; therefore it is appropriate to include its definition and description in nursing courses and curricula. Is such an ethereal concept teachable? If... More

    pp. 68-69

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  6. Simple simulation technology

    Tim Bristol & Karin Sherrill

    pp. 70-74

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