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The Paper work…    What does it look like?          APA made easy… APA Family Assessment Teaching Learning Project Fina...
The APA Title Page…                 Note: Running                  head: THEN TITLE                  ALL CAPS            ...
Table of Contents…orAbstract Note the words  Running head are  not present  anymore The Running head  is the title is in...
The first page…                     Note the Running                      head                     Page number to right ...
Another APA page…              In APA the margins               are 1 inch all the               way around the          ...
Citations…a few tips Citations in APA are  within the body of the  paper They come at the end  of a sentence in  parenth...
Things to remember!   Don’t let APA drive    Keep the tense the    you crazy…              same throughout              ...
Directions for theReference page…   Running head   References centered   Page numbered   Note unique indentation    of...
APA Everyday…             If you have APA              papers due several              times a week it              may b...
A Teaching Learning Project   Includes:   Overall goal   Learning objectives   Domain   Content   Teaching strategie...
Who, what, where and howare you teaching? Map itout…                 State objectives.                 Identify domains:...
The Teaching Learning Project…What it looks like…
Teaching Learning …
Teaching Learning…Sourcesand individual group memberparticipation…
Needs Improvement… To address  unacceptable or unsafe  behaviors, attitudes,  dress, planning,  assignment completion,  c...
The Clinical Evaluation…You are almost there…
Clinical Evaluation…                  Examples from the                   clinical                   environment         ...
The Finish Line… The final clinical  evaluation Dated Signed Reviewed with the  instructor
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  1. 1. The Paper work… What does it look like? APA made easy… APA Family Assessment Teaching Learning Project Final Clinical Evaluation D.B. Hiott MSN, RN
  2. 2. The APA Title Page…  Note: Running head: THEN TITLE ALL CAPS  Page 1  Title  Name  University  New Times Roman  12 point font
  3. 3. Table of Contents…orAbstract Note the words Running head are not present anymore The Running head is the title is in all caps from here on out. Page number to right Table of contents or abstract
  4. 4. The first page…  Note the Running head  Page number to right  The title is on the first page, centered, double spaced below  Heading, centered, bolded  Double spaced  Remember to indent paragraphs
  5. 5. Another APA page…  In APA the margins are 1 inch all the way around the paper.  The Running head is on every page  The page is numbered  The paper is double spaced consistently even the headers
  6. 6. Citations…a few tips Citations in APA are within the body of the paper They come at the end of a sentence in parentheses author name and year, example (Hiott, 2012). “Quotes need a page number in addition, example” (Hiott, 2012, p.6). The period follows the citation.
  7. 7. Things to remember! Don’t let APA drive  Keep the tense the you crazy… same throughout the paper!  Watch the tricky words, they’re, their, there…  Spell and grammar check, it’s quick and easy 
  8. 8. Directions for theReference page… Running head References centered Page numbered Note unique indentation of references Utilize APA manual for specific formats Owl of Purdue http://owl.english.purdu e.edu/owl/
  9. 9. APA Everyday…  If you have APA papers due several times a week it may be useful to invest in a referencing and formatting tool.  PERRLA  Reference Point
  10. 10. A Teaching Learning Project Includes: Overall goal Learning objectives Domain Content Teaching strategies Evaluate teaching methods Teaching learning principles Evaluate objectives
  11. 11. Who, what, where and howare you teaching? Map itout…  State objectives.  Identify domains: cognitive, affective, psychomotor…  Identify content  How was content delivered?  Did it work?  Principles behind teaching.  Did you meet the objectives?
  12. 12. The Teaching Learning Project…What it looks like…
  13. 13. Teaching Learning …
  14. 14. Teaching Learning…Sourcesand individual group memberparticipation…
  15. 15. Needs Improvement… To address unacceptable or unsafe behaviors, attitudes, dress, planning, assignment completion, clinical conduct or nursing practice. A tool to assist the student in strengthening areas of weakness. A warning that failure or dismissal may be imminent if improvements do not occur. Review the student handbook for safe and unsafe behaviors.
  16. 16. The Clinical Evaluation…You are almost there…
  17. 17. Clinical Evaluation…  Examples from the clinical environment illustrate the completed competencies.
  18. 18. The Finish Line… The final clinical evaluation Dated Signed Reviewed with the instructor

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