By Barbara K Penn

Flip to this group of professional nurse educatorsfor down-to-earth, sensible guidanceon the universal issues and difficulties confronted by means of new academics within the school room. even if you have questions on teachingand studying rules, the technical facets of making plans a direction, dealing with a lecture room, or comparing studying, you will find the solutions the following. you are going to even findadvice on expert concerns within the greater schooling atmosphere and techniques for a profitable occupation. presents insights from professional, specialist educators in the sphere. makes use of a question and solution structure tomake discovering proof and suggestions effortless. contains area for notes on what works most sensible for you-right within the e-book. deals chosen key assets for extra exploration in parts of specific curiosity. AJN publication of the Year2008

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Yes. You have probably heard of three “domains” in learning: cognitive, psychomotor, and affective. Considering all three in everything you teach is important. Developing 16 MA S T E R I N G T H E T E AC H I N G R O L E familiarity with the three domains will help you develop useful objectives and evaluation strategies: • Cognitive Domain. The cognitive domain is primarily associated with Benjamin Bloom (1956) and refers to mental skills or thinking processes. The domain includes increasing levels of sophistication, from knowledge of basic facts to comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.

Challenging and supporting the first-year student. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 3 RN-to-BSN Students Diane Graham Webb, MSN, RN, CNE, and Ann Deshotels, MSN, RN, CNE 1 Why do RNs return to school to earn their BSN? Although nurses have their individual reasons for returning to school, most say they return to: • Advance their knowledge or professional growth or increase their salary. , for management positions. • Meet entrance requirements for graduate programs. • Meet current position requirements.

By 2002, there were 168, with 46 more in the planning stages. Such programs usually offer a compressed bachelor’s degree in nursing, typically awarded after 12 to 18 months. But even before the second bachelor’s degree programs began to flourish, a few schools began to experiment with graduate nursing education for applicants with degrees in other fields. 4 Where were the first graduate nursing programs for people with degrees in other fields? Perhaps the most well-known and controversial of these was the ND (Doctor of Nursing), originally developed at Case Western Reserve University and then adopted at University of Colorado, Rush University, and the Medical University of South Carolina.

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