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NURS 671 - Teaching in Colleges of Nursing Practicum I

This is the culminating course for the Nurse Educator Master’s sequence. In the seminar component students will examine their role as educational colleagues and leaders, how they have been influenced by their course of studies, and have integrated values and ethics. The presentation of the electronic portfolio will demonstrate how the student has incorporated knowledge gained from the program and put into practice at educational sites. Participation in the exit interview will complete the requirements of the Seminar component. The 160-hour student teaching clinical focuses on developing and implementing teaching-learning strategies for the nurse educator with emphasis on theories of learning, ethics, planning course units and teaching-learning sessions, learning styles, integrating teaching approaches that promote critical thinking, the integration of instructional technology, and evaluation of learning and program effectiveness.

NURS 671 - Teaching in Colleges of Nursing Practicum I - Details

Prerequisite
None
Credits
3
Offered:
Spring
Online:
Yes
Graduate Course:
Yes