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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. “Clickers” in the classroom

    Sandra Jones, Deborah Henderson & Pamela Sealover

    “Clicker” technology is an emerging educational tool available to nurse educators. Clickers can provide a means of assessment during class, improve attendance, increase interaction, create a fun... More

    pp. 2-5

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  2. Engaging students for learning with online discussions

    Stephanie Roehm & Wanda Bonnel

    Online discussions can be important in extending classroom learning opportunities for students and promoting student interaction about a topic. Challenges of leading online discussions as opposed... More

    pp. 6-9

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  3. LPN to RN: A win–win situation for nursing education

    Linda Suttle & Janet P. McMillan

    The focus of associate degree nursing education is to meet the needs of the community by providing high-quality education and health care. In response, one community college developed two... More

    pp. 10-13

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  4. High-fidelity human simulation in nursing education: A review of literature and guide for implementation

    Judy R. Hyland & Margaret C. Hawkins

    High-fidelity human simulators (HFHSs) are contributing to an evolution which is transforming nursing laboratories. The role of nurse educators, teaching strategies, workload reconfigurations, and ... More

    pp. 14-21

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  5. Remediation: A closer look in an educational context

    Alicia L. Culleiton

    Educators utilize various approaches when implementing the concept of remediation in associate degree programs of nursing. Consequently, many forms of remediation are used throughout a student's... More

    pp. 22-27

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  6. Those dreaded classroom readings: A successful approach

    Roxena Wotring, Rojann R. Alpers, Gary Brown & Kay Jarrell

    p. 28

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