Nov 30, 2021  
Spring 2021 Update 
    
Spring 2021 Update [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NUR (0302) 707 - Teaching In the Laboratory and Clinical Settings


Credits: 1.50

Students will plan, implement, and evaluate innovative strategies, including effective simulation design and high impact teaching techniques, in the laboratory and clinical settings. Students will also be exposed to graduate level clinical experience to gain in-depth nursing knowledge and clinical expertise.

Prerequisite 1: NUR 679  NUR 789  
Course Learning Goals: Students will:
1. Develop appropriate learning objectives for laboratory and clinical settings based on own needs assessment; 
2. Select the most appropriate simulation or other learning modalities based on established learning objectives in their area of expertise
3. Discuss current best practices in simulation design.
4. Evaluate innovative strategies and alternative models of clinical education to facilitate clinical learning, such as concept based teaching, situated coaching, Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) and other academic/ practice partnerships.
5. Discuss the role of the nurse educator in preceptor development and support.
6. Develop advanced nursing knowledge, skills, and abilities in an area of nursing practice.