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Teaching and Learning in Nursing

Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Bringing simulation to life through a therapeutic encounter: a pedagogical approach used for associate degree nursing students

    Stacy Rose, Tamra Courey, Mary Ball, Connie Bowler & Zenora Thompson

    Human patient simulation is oftentimes incorporated in the educational process for instructing nursing students and has proven to be instrumental in narrowing the gap between theoretical... More

    pp. 2-5

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  2. Student perception of clicker usage in nursing education

    Pamela Fifer

    Nurse educators must explore innovative ways to engage students and stimulate learning. Student response system (SRS) technology is one tool educators can use to increase participation, provide... More

    pp. 6-9

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  3. Workload demand: a significant factor in the overall well-being of directors of associate degree nursing programs

    Ronda D. Mintz-Binder & Donna L. Sanders

    This descriptive study of workload in relation to the overall well-being of academic program directors was conducted among 242 associate degree nursing program directors in the United States. The... More

    pp. 10-16

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  4. Using Facebook as course management software: a case study

    Elizabeth M. LaRue

    This article presents a case study reporting the methodology and experiences of using Web 2.0 social media tools through Facebook to facilitate a graduate-level course in nursing informatics. Using... More

    pp. 17-22

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  5. Using ePortfolio to demonstrate competence in associate degree nursing students

    Kathleen Karsten

    Nurse educators are continually challenged to facilitate the integration of theory and practice to prepare competent graduate nurses. One method suitable to measure competence is the electronic... More

    pp. 23-26

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  6. Efficacy of supplemental instruction to enhance student success

    Mariann Harding

    Attrition within nursing programs is costly to the student and educational programs. There is little evidence regarding the effectiveness of targeted remediation programs for assisting at-risk... More

    pp. 27-31

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  7. The use of narrative analysis to study transformative learning in associate degree nursing students: a focus on the methodology

    Tamara M. Kear

    The aim of this article is to describe the use of narrative inquiry as the research method used to investigate the transformative learning experiences of associate degree nursing students. The... More

    pp. 32-35

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