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Instructional Methods Paper Power Point 2

  1. 1. Daisy Perez RNC, MSN/ED HSN/540 Deb Peterson
  2. 2. The designer : Needs to create an organized plan Identify population In-service needs to flow Evidence data to create the in-service
  3. 3.  Behavioral learning theory Cognitive learning theory
  4. 4.  Needs of assessment Survey Linkert scale is the best way to assess a five point Linkert scale five –point bipolar response
  5. 5.  Nurses varied from twenty-two years of age to sixty years  Advantage:Students will learn to be patient  Disadvantage:Aggressive students try to take over
  6. 6. Instructional Methods TraditionalA lecture with discussion Non-traditional technology
  7. 7. Instructional methods Traditional:Case studiesAdvantages and Disadvantages vary amongstudents
  8. 8. Gardeners theory of multiple intelligence Visual Verbal Logical Kinesthetic
  9. 9. Gardeners theory of multiple intelligence Rhythmic Intrapersonal Interpersonal Naturalist Existential
  10. 10.  No over head projection No computer soft ware Large lecture hall not needed
  11. 11.  Quick Direct Creativity
  12. 12.  ADPRIMA toward the best/ Education information for new and future teachers. (2012, January 4). Instructional Methods Information. Retrieved from
  13. 13.  Allen, I., & Seaman, C. A. (2101, December, 23). Likert scales and data analyses. Retrieved from
  14. 14.  Billings, D. M., & Halstead, J. A. (2009). Teaching in nursing; a guide for faculty (3rd ed.). St. Louis, MI: Saunders Elsevier.
  15. 15.  Haymarket media. (2010, March 26). Editorial: Understanding your staff is the first step in its retention. General one File, p. 23
  16. 16.  Spector, B. (2010). Reinforcing New Behaviors. In B. Spector, Implementing