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  • In today’s diverse, ever-changing healthcare environment, nurse educators are often the leaders who redefine processes for a better work-flow, document the outcomes of educational programs and guide staff, students and patients through the learning process.
  • Nurse educators also help students and practicing nurses identify their learning needs, strengths and limitations, and they select learning opportunities that will build on strengths and overcome limitations.
  • A growing number of nurse educators teach part-time while working in a clinical setting. This gives them the opportunity to maintain a high degree of clinical competence while sharing their expertise with novice nurses. Nurse educators who work in practice settings assess the abilities of nurses in practice and collaborate with them and their nurse managers to design learning experiences that will continually strengthen those abilities
    In most instances, nurse educators teach clinical courses that correspond with their area(s) of clinical expertise and the concentration area of their graduate nursing education program. Those considering a teaching career may choose from dozens of specialty areas, including acute care, cardiology, family health, oncology, pediatrics and psychiatric/mental health.
  • 2. , teachers have the responsibility to vary instruction and enable all students an opportunity to learn.
    3. A good decision making ability grounded in common sense will lead to a more successful teaching experience.
  • 1. If a teacher does not keep accurate attendance, grade, and behavioral records, this could result in administrative and legal problems.
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    • 1. Learning Situation in Nursing Education Ma. Loren Joy C. Manabat, RN
    • 2. Topics: •The Teacher of Nursing •Teaching Responsibilities
    • 3. The Teacher of Nursing Nurse Educator 1.a nurse who teaches and prepares  licensed practical nurses (LPN) and  registered nurses (RN) for entry into practice positions.
    • 4. The Teacher of Nursing Nurse Educator 2. teach in various patient care settings to provide continuing education to licensed nursing staff. 3. teach in graduate programs at Master’s and doctoral level which prepare advanced practice nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators, nurse researchers, and leaders in complex healthcare and educational organizations.
    • 5. The Teacher of Nursing Clinical Nurse Educator a registered professional nurse with an advanced education, including advanced clinical and educational training coupled with many years of expertise in a healthcare specialty.
    • 6. The Teacher of Nursing Nurse Educator Roles: Designing curricula Developing courses/programs of study Teaching and guiding learners Evaluating learning Documenting the outcomes of the educational process.
    • 7. The Teacher of Nursing Nurse Educator Responsibilities: Advising students Engaging in scholarly work (e.g., research) Participating in professional associations Speaking/presenting at nursing conferences Contributing to the academic community through leadership roles
    • 8. Teaching Responsibilities •Teachers need to impart knowledge of their subject matter to students. •Teachers need to be able to meet the needs of students of varying abilities within the same classroom. •Teachers need to have common sense. •Teachers have the responsibility to be a good role model in and out of the classroom.
    • 9. Teaching Responsibilities •Teachers must be organized. •Teachers are expected to keep student information private. •Teachers must not give students alcohol or other drugs, nor will they encourage or condone the use of alcohol or other drugs by students. They may, however, administer or supervise the administration of prescribed medications consistent with Departmental guidelines.
    • 10. Teaching Responsibilities •Teachers must not , under any circumstances, use any form of discipline which involves corporal punishment or engage in any form of behaviour which could cause physical or emotional abuse to students. •Teachers must not, under any circumstances, have sexual relationships with students.
    • 11. Teaching Responsibilities •Teachers must perform their duties efficiently and effectively and with honesty, integrity and fairness at all times •Teachers must treat students equitably, including those with disabilities or other special needs
    • 12. Teaching Responsibilities •Teachers must attend professional development sessions to improve his/her own teaching methods and curriculum