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      • Test Yourself: Then You’ll Really See What You Know

        Published Mar 22 2018, 11:49 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Nursing Education
        • Teaching Strategies

        The process of testing yourself and actively retrieving information helps increase your long-term retention of the concepts you have retrieved.

      • Using NCLEX-Style Questioning during Theory Discussion to Prepare Students for Clinical Application

        Published Jan 16 2018, 12:59 PM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Nursing Education
        • Clinical Education
        • NCLEX Prep

        Help your students "think like a nurse" and establish the link between theory and application by using NCLEX-style questions during classroom experiences and discussions.

      • 5 Ways to Get Nursing Students Engaged in Your Classroom

        Published Dec 21 2017, 10:13 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Concept-Based Curriculum
        • Nursing Education
        • Teaching Strategies

        Reach that “holy grail” of teaching by utilizing these concept-based strategies for engaging students in learning in your nursing program.

      • Why Content-Based Learning Doesn’t Work in Nursing Ed

        Published Nov 09 2017, 01:07 PM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Nursing Education

        When it comes to teaching strategies in nursing education, content-based learning just can’t do the job in today’s demanding nursing education space; here’s why.

      • Basics for New Nurse Educators: Theory and Clinical Application

        Published Oct 23 2017, 08:00 AM by LIPPINCOTT NURSING EDUCATION
        • Novice to Expert
        • Student Engagement
        • Nursing Education
        • Clinical Education
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Interactive Learning
        • Clinical Readiness

        Being a nurse educator requires a departure from having the primary responsibility for client care to a new responsibility of facilitating experiences in theory, clinical, or both, that will help students develop into competent entry-level nurses.

      • Visual Assessment and Critical Thinking in Students: Simple Teaching Strategies to Boost Observational Skills

        Published Mar 07 2017, 03:29 AM by Unknown
        • Critical Thinking
        • Nursing Education
        • Teaching Strategies

        In the last post I wrote, I shared a thinking puzzle that involved numbers. The purpose of this problem is to warm up the brains of our learners, and to focus thinking. To be an effective problem solver, we must engage the whole brain, not just the analytical...

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