This all-inclusive text for Nurse Educators delivers comprehensive, evidence-based guidance on the essential components of teaching, including learning theories, teaching methods, new technologies for teaching, curriculum development, evaluation and testing, and accreditation. The text delivers the full scope of knowledge necessary for novice and experienced faculty to become competent teachers in nursing.
This third edition features new content on the transition from clinician to educator. There is also a new chapter on nursing professional development and teaching in clinical settings and updated teaching strategies for active learning, clinical judgment, and online teaching. The text is designed to help educators prepare for the certification exams.
The text also addresses varied learning styles and how to accommodate them, new developments in simulation, standardized patients, OSCEs, clinical teaching, interprofessional education, and evidence-based teaching.
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ContentsContributorsContributors to Earlier EditionsPrefaceSECTION I: NURSING EDUCATION: ROLES OF TEACHER AND LEARNER1. Role of the Nurse EducatorMarilyn H. Oermann2. The Transition from Clinician to EducatorAnne M. Schoening3. Learning TheoriesBeth Cusatis Phillips4. Understanding the LearnerBeth Cusatis PhillipsSECTION II: TEACHING IN NURSING5. Learning Environment and Teaching MethodsDebra Hagler and Brenda Morris6. Integrating Technology in EducationJennie C. De Gagne7. Teaching in Online Learning EnvironmentsJennie C. De Gagne8. Simulations in Nursing Education: Overview, Essentials, and the EvidencePamela R. Jeffries, Kristina T. Dreifuerst, and Katie A. Haerling9. Weaving Interprofessional Education into Nursing CurriculaKaren T. Pardue, Shelley Cohen Konrad, and Dawne Marie DunbarSECTION III: TEACHING IN A LEARNING LABORATORY AND CLINICAL SETTING10. Learning Laboratories as a Foundation for Nursing ExcellenceCarol F. Durham and Darlene E. Baker11. Clinical Teaching in NursingLisa K. Woodley and Joan M. Stanek12. Partnerships With Clinical Settings: Roles and Responsibilities of Nurse EducatorsKaren L. GortonSECTION IV: ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION13. Assessment MethodsMarilyn H. Oermann14. Developing and Using TestsKathleen B. Gaberson15. Clinical EvaluationMarilyn H. OermannSECTION V: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF NURSING PROGRAM16. Curriculum Development in NursingStephanie Stimac DeBoor17. Curriculum Models and Course DevelopmentTheresa M. "Terry" Valiga18. Program Evaluation and AccreditationMarilyn H. OermannSECTION VI: ROLE OF NURSE EDUCATOR AS SCHOLAR19. Evidence-Based Teaching in NursingMarilyn H. Oermann20. Becoming a Scholar in Nursing EducationMarilyn H. OermannSECTION VII: ROLE OF THE EDUCATOR IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL EDUCATION21. Nursing Professional Development Practitioner in a Clinical Practice SettingJoan Such Lockhart and Denise M. Petras22. Preparing Students for Interprofessional Work in the Global Village: The Role of Nurse EducatorsAnn Gakumo, Sabreen A. Darwish, and Martha A. DawsonAppendicesAppendix A: Nursing and Higher Education OrganizationsAppendix B: Debriefing Interprofessionally: Recognition & Reflection (DIPRR) InstrumentAppendix C: Selected Organizations, Journals, and Educational Conferences of Interest for Nursing Professional Development PractitionersAppendix D: Global Health Educational ResourcesIndex