This practicum provides students with a guided experience in the processes of teaching and student evaluation in a classroom or clinical setting. Students will apply the teaching/learning concepts studied in NURS 682 and NURS 683 in a selected nursing course. Students will work with a preceptor in the planning and implementation of curriculum or a course, specifically including the evaluation of learning outcomes of students who are participating in course room or real/simulated clinical settings. Practicum experiences will be individually designed through the use of leaning contracts in consultation with the N 684P instructor and preceptor. The student completes at least 200 practicum hours in the educational site under the supervision of the preceptor. Competence Statement: Knows and can apply principles of teaching and learning well enough to teach in classroom/online or in clinical settings, and evaluate students.
Co-Requisite: NURS 681 and NURS 685.
2 Graduate credits
Effective December 13, 2015 to present
- Create a positive learning environment that fosters a free exchange of ideas.
- Develop test questions that evaluate learner¿s ability to meet course outcomes.
- Encourage professional development of learners.
- Implement innovative teaching strategies based on educational theory and evidence-based practices related to nursing education.
- Integrate theoretical framework of the curriculum in teaching.
- Modify teaching strategies and learning experiences as needed based on feedback from stakeholders.
- Provide timely, constructive, and thoughtful feedback to learners.
- Respond effectively to unexpected events that affect classroom instruction.
- Share teaching expertise with colleagues.