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Murphy d. educational plan for professional leadership transitions

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Murphy d. educational plan for professional leadership transitions

  1. 1. Debra Murphy
  2. 2. Objectives Provide overview of current Provide alternative summary of educational plan for the recommendations for revisions Professional Leadership based on best practice Transitions course at Kaplan guidelines. University.
  3. 3. Outline• Best Practice Guidelines for Online Nursing Education• Curricular Principles• Learning Strategies• Instructional Methods• Assessment/Learning Outcome Strategies• Education Plan Delivery• Educational Outcomes• Summary of Revisions
  4. 4. Best Practice Guidelines Online Education
  5. 5. PromptActive Learning Feedback Best Practice in Online Nursing Education Collaboration Student Faculty with Peers Interaction
  6. 6. ACTIVE LEARNING Students engage in learning; students take responsibility for their own learning, complete assignments on time, share responsibilities for collaboration, and construct their own knowledge and meaning. Students actively participate in discussion forums. “When students perceive their experience as enjoyable, satisfying, and personally and professionally fulfilling, they tend to interact more, which results in enhanced learning” (Esani, 2010, p. 187).
  7. 7. FEEDBACK VSVEEDBACK Students seek feedback to  Screen casting allows improve learning and connectedness. instructors to provide students with in-depth Students experience feedback and/or frustration after receiving evaluation (Thompson & feedback on written assignments. Lee, 2012). Students have difficulty  Veedback allows the deciphering margin comments and fail to apply teacher to zoom in and feedback to revisions highlight portions for (Clements 2006, Nurmukhamedov & discussion while scrolling Kim 2010). through the document.
  8. 8. COLLABORATION WITH PEERS Students ask questions, discuss, and share information and resources to elicit greater understanding for all course members. Students assume responsibility for completing collaborative work assignments and working in teams (Wagner, 2003). Interactions and collaboration have two purposes: they must change learners, and they must move learners toward an action state of goal attainment (Wagner, 2003).
  9. 9. STUDENT FACULTY INTERACTION Audiovisual feedback motivates students and increases their engagement in their own learning. Holmes, Bryn and Gardner (2006) note that student motivation is multifaceted and constructive, meaningful feedback provides a motivational environment. Personalize the discussion forum by adding student and instructor photos to names. Unlike with written comments, students note that video comments improved their learning because instructors provide deeper explanations (Thompson & Lee, 2012).
  10. 10. Learning Strategies Online Education
  11. 11. Learning Strategies • Continuous • Students are positive engaged in self- reinforcement and directed learning repetition through discussion forums Androgony Behavioral Adult Learning Learning Theory Theory Cognitive Social Learning Learning Theory Theory • Addresses multiple • Encourages group senses , connects interaction such as new and the discussion previously attained forum, enhances knowledge personal feedback
  12. 12. Curricular Principles
  13. 13. Curricular Principles The baccalaureate nursing education is based on the nursing paradigm and relationship of individuals, health, environment and nursing and adult learning theory (Kaplan University, 2011). Consider adding the humanistic approach to curricular principles which focuses on affective outcomes which can helps students learn and is the focus of student- centered teaching (Billings & Halstead, 2009).
  14. 14. Instructional Methods
  15. 15. Instructional MethodsInstructional Method Revision to Instructional Method Online discussion forum Ensure students spend sufficient Web trips time in online courses. Reading articles, text book Allow students flexibility to Assignments complete work through the course at a faster pace. Based on Andragogical Theory and Blooms Taxonomy (Kaplan Time should compare to that of University, 2010). traditional classroom education, 3 hours per credit/week (Billings & Connors, 2001).
  16. 16. APA Quotations Annotated Bibliography APA CHANGESAPA Quiz Discussion forum questions for APA
  17. 17. APA Changes APA quotations assignment removed and added to discussion forum question for that week. Annotated bibliography assignment removed and added to discussion forum and focus on nursing research articles. APA quiz can be completed as a web trip.
  18. 18. Professional Development Plan Part 1 Part 2 Part 31 Unit 3 2 Unit 6 3 Unit 9Introduction Weaknesses IntroductionGoals Barriers GoalsStrengths Action Plan Strengths Weaknesses Barriers Action Plan Conclusion
  19. 19. Assessment/Learning Outcome Strategies
  20. 20. Assessment Outcomes Identify Learning Target • Registered Nurses in BSN program • Adult Students in online course Meet Student Needs • Follow the principles of adult learning Multiple Assessment Techniques • Discussion Forum • Assignments
  21. 21. Revisions to Meet the EducationalOutcomes. Revisions to the educational plan are used to enhance the student’s educational experience to advance the nursing student to become a competent and caring provider of health care. The goal of nursing education is to focus on the patient for without them there is no fulcrum of nursing practice. Education should be based on sound quantitative and qualitative research that is able to assist individuals toward maximizing health potential through the entire health continuum.
  22. 22. Overview of Revisions to Education Plan
  23. 23. Overview of Educational Plan Changes APA Add APA elements to discussion Remove APA assignments forum Feedback Change to screencast andComments on papers are written veedback Professional Development Plan Completed in 2 assignments Change to three assignments
  24. 24. Overview of Educational Plan Changes Continued Instructional Methods Students are not offered flexibility to Offer flexibility to complete assignmentscomplete course components ahead of time ahead of time to meet student needs Student Faculty Interaction Limited to emails, telephone, discussion Use audiovisual feedback forum Learning Strategies Add behavioral learning theory, cognitive Based on adult learning theory learning theory and social learning theory
  25. 25. QUESTIONS ?Thank You!Contact information:Debra Murphydebramurphys@aol.com757-202-8633
  26. 26. ReferencesAtherton, J. S. (2011). Teaching and learning. Retrieved from http://www.learningandteaching.info/teaching/about.htmBillings, D. M., & Halstead, J. A. (2009). Teaching in nursing: A guide for faculty (3rd ed.). St Louis, MO: Saunders.Billings, D. M., & Connors, H. R. (2001). Best practices in online learning. Retrieved from http://www.electronicvision.com/nln/chapter02/index.htmBradshaw, M. J., & Lowenstein, A. J. (2007). Innovative teaching strategies in nursing and related health professions (4th ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and BartlettBrookhart, S. M., & Nitko, A. J. (2008). Assessment and grading in classrooms. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.Clements, Peter. 2006. Teachers’ Feedback in Context: A Longitudinal Study of L2 Writing Classrooms. PhD diss., University of Washington. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/9322.Emen, J. (2012). The best practices in online education | eHow.com . Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/list_6584510_practices-online-education.html#ixzz1rGbidd13Esani, M. (2010). Moving from face-to-face to online teaching. Clinical Laboratory Science, 23(3), p. 187-190.Holes, Bryn, and John Gardner. 2006. E-Learning: Concepts and Practice. Sage Publications Ltd. ISBN 9781412911108
  27. 27. ReferencesInstructional Design. (2012). Andragony: Knowles. Retrieved from http://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/andragogy.htmlJohnson, S. D. & Aragon, S. R. (2012). An instructional strategy framework for online learning environments. Retrieved from http://edwebsfiles.ed.uiuc.edu/hre/online/research/online_strategies.pdfKaplan University. (2012a). Accreditation, approvals, and memberships. Retrieved from https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/UniversityInfo/AboutKU/AccreditingApprovals.aspxKaplan University. (2012b). Kaplan University history and facts. Retrieved from http://online.kaplanuniversity.edu/pages/history.aspxKaplan University. (2012c). Professional Leadership Transition. Retrieved from http://www.kucourses.com/re/DotNextLaunch.asp?courseid=6507771&userid=12246235&sessionid=dc1df40f68&tabidKaplan University. (2011). Kaplan University catalog. Retrieved from https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/DocumentStore/Docs11/pdf/KU/KUCatalog2011_2012.pdfKaplan University. (2010). School of nursing mission statement. Retrieved from https://kucampus.kaplan.edu/DocumentStore/Docs10/pdf/SON/SchoolofNursing_MissionStatement.pdfNurmukhamedov, Ulugbek, & Soo Hyon Kim. (2010). “‘Would you perhaps consider …’: English Language Teachers Journal 64(3): 272-282. Retrieved from doi:10.1093/elt/ccp063
  28. 28. ReferencesOermann, M. H., & Gaberson, K. B. (2009). Evaluation and testing in nursing education (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Springer.Park University. (2012). Faculty resources quick tips: Grading rubrics. Retrieved from http://www.park.edu/cetl2/quicktips/rubrics.html#Advantages of Implementing Grading RubricsThompson, R. & Lee, M. J. (2012). Talking with students through screencasting: Experimentations with video feedback to improve student learning. Retrieved from http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2012/talking-with-students-through- screencasting-experimentations-with-video-feedback-to-improve-student-learningWagner, E. (2003). Interactivity: From agents to outcomes. Retrieved from http://general.utpb.edu/fac/keast_d/Tunebooks/pdf/Wagner%20Article.pdf

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