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Publisher:Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Published In:2005
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.65 lbs
Pages:xviii + 685 Pages, Figures, Tables, Index, Bibliography

The Title "Teaching and Learning in Schools of Nursing Principles and Methods 3rd Edition, 14th Impression" is written by Loretta E. Heidgerken. This book was published in the year 2005. The book displayed here is a 3rd Edition, 14th Impression edition. This book has total of pp. xviii + 685 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd.. Teaching and Learning in Schools of Nursing Principles and Methods 3rd Edition, 14th Impression is currently Not Available with us.You can enquire about this book and we will let you know the availability.

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About the Book

The 3rd revised edition of the Book deals with the principles and habits of thinking which have both a philosophic and scientific basis when connected to teaching nursing. The emphasis in this book is on learner and learning; and on the teacher of Nursing students. Although the book is directed to the teacher, in the final analysis it is what the learner does that is of primary importance; for it is she who must do her own learning. The second emphasis is on teacher of nursing and hence the content and illustrations from teaching in clinical setting have been included as well as from typical classroom.

The book is divided into six units. Unit I deals with total educational process in all of its complexity; the substantive dimension (knowledge component), the procedural dimension (teaching and learning procedures), the environmental dimension (physical and social) and the human Relations dimension (interpersonal relationships between teachers, students, patients, Health personnel etc.). Unit II deals with teaching-learning situation. Unit III presents a unified approach to planning and to teaching, thereby providing the teacher with a better guide for day by day planning and teaching. Unit IV lays stress on methods of teaching-learning, group discussion, project method etc. Unit V deals updated technologies with audiovisual materials, multimedia approach etc. The multimedia approach has implications for pre-service and in-service education of teachers. Unit VI concludes and devoted to the evaluation of teaching-learning process. It presents the reader with an overview of components of a total evaluation programme and helps a teacher to develop a criterion for evaluation of her teaching.

About the Author

Loretta E. Heidgerken is Professor of Nursing Education, the Catholic University of America. Prof. Heidgerken has been teaching to both undergraduate and graduate students for the last four decades.

Contents

Unit A : BASIC CONS/DERATIONS FOR TEACHING IN THE SCHOOL OF NURSING :
Overview

I. THE FACTORS OF THE TEACHING-LEARNING SITUATION IN NURSING EDUCATION :
1. Introduction
2. The Educational Process
3. The Learner in Nursing
4. The Teacher of Nursing
5. Teaching Responsibilities
Summary
Suggested Reading

II. COMMUNICATION IN Teaching and Learning :
1. Introduction
2. Communication Signs
3. Components of the Process of Human Communication
4. Concepts of Information Theory and Adaptive Control Systems : Theory Applied to the Teaching-Learning Process

III. PHILOSOPHY : AIMS AND OBJECTIVES :
1. Introduction
2. Meaning of Philosophy
3. Philosophy and Science
4. Philosophy and Theology
5. Philosophy and Education
6. Four Philosophies and Some Implications for Education
7. Philosophy of Nursing and Nursing Education
8. Aims and Objectives of the Teacher of Nursing
9. Objectives of the Student
Summary
Suggested Reading

Unit B : LEARNING AND THE LEARNER :
Overview

IV. TIN NATURE OF LEARNING :
1. Introduction
2. Science of Learning
3. Characteristics of Learning
4. The Learning Process
5. Types of Learning
Summary
Suggested Reading

V. THE LEARNER OF NURSINC :
1. Introduction
2. Background and Experience
3. The Adolescent and a Society in Transition
4. Social Class Status and the Learner
5. The Learner and the Adolescent Culture
6. Aptitude for the Study of Nursing
7. Factors Affecting Selection of Nursing as a Career
8. Significance of the Teacher's Knowing and Understanding Her Student
Summary
Suggested Reading

VI. Environment FOR LEARNING-PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS :
1. The Controlling Environment
2. Basic Elements of Classroom Management
3. The Social Environment
4. Discipline
5. Aims of Discipline
6. Motivation Environment of the Clinical Setting
Summary
Suggested Reading

Unit C : PLANNING, ORGANIZATION AND DIRECTION OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES :
Overview

VII. CURRICULUM PLANNING AND DCVLLOI-MLNT IN NURSING EDUCATION :
1. Concepts of Curriculum
2. Levels of Curriculum Planning
3. Major Factors Which Influence Curriculum Development in Nursing Education
4. Selection of Learning Experiences in the Curriculum
5. Organization of Learning Experiences in the Curriculum
6. Core Curriculum
7. Structural Organization of the Nursing Curriculum
Summary
Suggested Reading

VIII. COURSE PLANNING :
1. Planning Courses of Instruction
2. Origin of Unit Planning
3. Using Unit Teaching in Course Construction
4. Characteristics of Unit Planning
5. Types of Unit Planning and Teaching
6. Planning the Teaching-Learning Unit in Nursing Courses
7. Essential Activities in Planning the Teaching-Learning Unit
Summary
Sample Units
Suggested Reading

IX. DAILY PLANNING :
1. Necessity for Daily Planning
2. Common Problems in Daily Class Planning
3. Helping Students Toward Independent Study
4. Aids to Day-By-Day Planning
5. Using the Assignment Effectively
6. Questions and Review
7. The Textbook
8. The Class Plan
9. Sample Class Plans
Suggested Reading

Unit D : METHODS OF TEACHING :
Overview
X. TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS : LECTURE, DEMONSTRATION AND LABORATORY :
1. Introduction
2. Teaching Methods and Research
3. Principles which Serve as Guides for the Selection and the Use of Teaching and Learning Methods
4. The Lecture Method
5. The Demonstration Method
6. Lecture-Demonstration
7. The Laboratory Method
8. The Laboratory in Nursing Education
9. The Working Period
10. Evaluation
11. Some Guides to Effective Use of the Laboratory Procedure in the Clinical Setting
Summary
Suggested Reading

XI. TEACHING AND LEARNING THROUGH GROUP DISCUSSION :
1. Introduction
2. Definition of Terms
3. Values of Group Discussion
4. Group Functions
5. Leadership Roles
6. General Guides for Discussion Teaching and Learning
7. Teacher Evaluation of Group Discussion
8. Forms of Group Discussion
9. Discussion Technics for Small Groups
Summary
Suggested Reading

XII. TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS : CASE, METHOD, PROCESS RECORDING PROJECT METHOD :
1. The Case Method
2. Nursing Care Study
3. The Case Analysis Method
4. The Case Incident
5. Process Recording as a Teaching and Learning Tool
6. The Project Method
Summary
Suggested Reading

Unit E : AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS :
Overview

XIII. EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA : GENERAL INFORMATION AND PRINCIPLES :
1. Introduction
2. Historical Development
3. Instructional Technology
4. Educational Communication Media Defined
5. Experience and Learning
6. Functions of Educational Communication Media
7. Principles Underlying the Successful use of Audio-Visual Media
8. Types of Educational Communication Media
Summary
Sources of Information on Educational Media
Suggested Reading

XIV. EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA :
1. The Field Trip
2. Teaching With Realia or 3-Dimensional Materials
3. Graphic Aids
4. Educational Exhibits
5. Flat and Projected Still Pictures
6. Programmed Instruction for Machine Teaching
Summary
Suggested Reading

XV. EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA : RADIO, RECORDINGS, MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION :
1. Radio and Recordings
2. Motion Pictures
3. Television
Summary
Suggested Reading

Unit F : EVALUATION :
Overview

XVI. EVALUATION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING :
1. The Centrality of Evaluation
2. The Complexity of Evaluation
3. General Functions of Educational Evaluation
4. The Purposes of Evaluation
5. An Evaluation Program for Teachers of Nursing Courses
6. Steps in Evaluation
7. Criteria for Selection of Evaluative Devices
8. Commonly Used Evaluative Devices
9. Evaluating Other Student Work
10. Converting Measures of Outcomes Into Grades
11. Grading by Percentage Plan
12. The Relative Grading System
13. Principles Basic to A Good Marking System
14. Evaluating the Teacher
Summary
Suggested Reading

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