By Katherine Pakieser-Reed
Desire a little proposal? Then open the newest in STTIs well known Daybook sequence, A Daybook for Nurse Educators. Educators play an important position within the improvement of the nursing career. They lay the basis for a way nurses perform and engage with sufferers, households, groups, fellow nurses and different future health care pros. This daybook is stuffed with 365 inspirational and thought-provoking costs solicited from best nurse educators world wide. every month starts off with a thought-provoking tale or lesson. Journaling area all through enables recording day-by-day meditations and reflections. This publication will supply a boost to an individual who teaches, despite medical or educational environment.
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Dee Eldardiri, MS, RN-BC, CMSRN Leesburg, Virginia March 23 “Keep a file of thank-you letters written to you by your former students and staff members to whom you have served as an inspiration. Review the letters during your times of doubt. ” –Lourdes Casao Salandanan, MSN, RN-BC, FNP Chino Hills, California 41 March 24 “Whenever I experience the tension between the process of student learning and the need to cover content, I reflect on the idea that learning is social, active, shared, and collaborative.
Pat Holden-Huchton, DSN, RN, CNE Denton, Texas 25 February 19 “Recently, a number of articles have been published about teaching students returning to college for a second degree, but few articles are explicit about how to build on a student’s previous educational and career experiences. ” –Chad O’Lynn, PhD, RN, RA Portland, Oregon February 20 “To keep up with the amount of paper and e-mail coming across the desk, handle it just once. ’ The answer comes quickly. ’ Teaching is an opportunity to practice my craft.
Kimberley J. ” –Kelly McCarthy, BSN, RN Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 34 March 9 “Students need to relate to the concepts you teach. Tell them stories about your experiences with clients. ” –Judy A. Didion, PhD, RN Sylvania, Ohio March 10 “Always plan for the unexpected. Be ready to think outside of the proverbial box. How do you teach a four-hour class when the computers are down unexpectedly and you have no PowerPoint slides to reference? Know your topic, know your audience—be it a group or an individual—know the developmental stage of the person(s) you are dealing with.
A Daybook for Nurse Educators (Daybook Series) by Katherine Pakieser-Reed