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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

July 2013 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Team teaching: a resource guide for nurse educators

    Meigan Robb & Michele Gerwick

    The shortage of qualified nursing faculty and the decreased financial budgets have prompted nursing programs to find innovative methods that promote an efficient use of instructional resources.... More

    pp. 78-82

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  2. Teaching nursing delegation: An on-line case study

    Jayne Josephsen

    This study examined a delegation content-focused multimodal instructional design based on constructivism and andragogy. These new teaching strategies were offered in a professional concepts course ... More

    pp. 83-87

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  3. Employing think–pair–share in associate degree nursing curriculum

    Debbie Fitzgerald

    The purpose of this article is to describe the use of think–pair–share during instructional delivery with associate degree nursing students. think–pair–share is a 3-step and tiered instructional... More

    pp. 88-90

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  4. Cultural competence in nursing education: practicing what we preach

    Amy R. Morton-Miller

    Nurse educators face challenges in how to teach and mentor an increasingly diverse student nurse population. This article reviews some of the difficulties and challenges associate degree nurse... More

    pp. 91-95

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  5. Using simulation to promote effective communication with a diverse student population

    Arlene H. Spinner-Gelfars

    Because of language barriers and cultural differences, effective oral and therapeutic communication remains a challenge to the linguistically diverse student. The purpose of this article is to... More

    pp. 96-101

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  6. The lived experience of the transition of the clinical nurse expert to the novice nurse educator

    Natalie A. Weidman

    The purpose of this research study was to describe and interpret the experience of nurses without any educational theory as they transition from the role of the clinical nurse expert to the novice ... More

    pp. 102-109

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