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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 2, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A juggling act in the classroom: Managing different learning styles

    Janet B. Arthurs

    Nurse educators are challenged to develop teaching methods that accommodate the ways students prefer to learn and process new information. The author describes three learning style models... More

    pp. 2-7

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  2. Combining mandala and the Johari Window: An exercise in self-awareness

    Beverly South

    The Mandala/Johari Window exercise is designed to facilitate the student in realizing the importance of self-awareness and its relationship to developing therapeutic relationships with others. A... More

    pp. 8-11

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  3. Strive for success: A successful retention program for Associate of Science in Nursing students

    Lisa Ramsburg

    The growing shortage of registered nurses across the United States is expected to continue in the future. Nursing students in West Virginia face both financial and educational barriers to academic ... More

    pp. 12-16

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  4. Student-to-faculty ratios, teaching loads, and salaries in associate degree nursing programs in the central United States

    Donna Jones, Barbara Caton, Joyce DeWitt, Nancy Stubbs & Esther Conner

    While much can be found in the literature about what constitutes quality teaching and learning, little published research addresses how to structure faculty workloads to maximize faculty... More

    pp. 17-21

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  5. Point and click! Review of the literature on utilization of online materials in nursing education programs

    Tanya D. Whitehead, James W. Brown & Sandra P. Kearns

    This article presents an introduction to the history of Web-based and Web-assisted teaching, learning, and assessment. The development of the field of distance education and its relevance to... More

    pp. 22-26

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