TITLE

NURSING EDUCATION MODEL. A Paradigm Shift in Nursing Education: A NEW MODEL

AUTHOR(S)
Stanley, Mary Jo C.; Dougherty, Jacalyn P.
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Nursing Education Perspectives;Nov2010, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p378
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nurse educators are being inspired to rethink historically teacher-centered curriculum designs and to embrace new ideologies that have a stronger focus on student-centered learning. The paradigm shift is reflected in the National League for Nursing's call for nursing education to respond to the changing needs of our student population by providing an educational learning environment substantiated in evidence for both curriculum and pedagogical practice. To meet these expectations, education should provide active learning that promotes critical thinking and analysis and problem-solving skills. This article presents a model for higher education in nursing that takes into account the learner, the instructor, and the systems that influence their relationships, providing congruence for educational outcomes.
ACCESSION #
55776913

 

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