Nursing and Health Professions
Seminar for Nurse Educators I (3)
Introduces the student to contemporary nursing education. Students will focus on curriculum development, program outcomes, students as learners, evaluation of learning and program development and improvement. Teaching strategies are explored. Philosophical, social, political, economic, and professional issues are examined. Ethical and legal considerations of nursing education are considered.
Education Practicum (3)
Focuses on the role of the nurse as an educator in the classroom and clinical setting. The course examines the theory and methods of effective classroom and clinical teaching in nursing. Students will experience the role of the nurse educator during the education practicum. Pre-requisites: NURS 674, 675, 676 & 681; OR NURS 660, 661, & 681
Seminar for Nurse Educators II (3)
Continues with contemporary nursing education and introduces the concepts and theories of measurement and evaluation. Techniques for constructing and analyzing appropriate testing measures are explored. Learning theories and teaching strategies will be explored. Ethical, social, cultural, and legal issues related to evaluation are discussed. Pre-requisite: NURS 660
One Elective (3)
The elective must be taken at the graduate level with the approval of academic advisor.
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