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  1. 1. Presented by: Monika SharmaM.Sc.Nursing 1st year
  2. 2.  It is the most important method of teaching in nursing. It teaches by explanation and exhibition.
  3. 3.  To demonstrate experiments or procedures To introduce a new procedure. To teach the patient a procedure or treatment To demonstrate a procedure at the bedside or in the ward conference room.
  4. 4.  Explanation Phase Demonstration Phase: Student performance and instructor supervision phase: Evaluation Phase
  5. 5.  understandable and exemplary. time for reflective and critical thought Pre- preparation equipments should be assembled and pretested advance knowledge .
  6. 6.  positive approach. explain the uses of materials used. setting should be true to life. A discussion period. opportunity to practice
  7. 7. several teacher is ideas and senses present. concepts step by step Limits quality ofdamage observation Advantages: . directexperiences practical, intellectual and communication skills attention Presents catching Stimulate reality interest
  8. 8.  Number of students is limited. Keeps the students in a passive situation. Offers little possibility of checking the learning process. May limit audience/client input Require pre-preparation
  9. 9.  Does not allow for individual pacing of learning. High cost in personnel and time. Difficulty in repeating demonstration in order to acquire competence.
  10. 10. 1. Know your audienceT 2.) Set yourI objectivesPs 3.) Plan your preparation time
  11. 11. 4.) Be prepared for various room arrangementsT 5.) Help yourI audience/clieP nt to see whats you are doing 6.)Provide handouts to support what you say
  12. 12. 7.) Be organizedTIPs 8.) Follow safety precautions