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Methods of Delivery for CNEs - Chapter Summary
Certified nurse educators have many options for instruction delivery. This chapter helps you examine some of those methods and their applications. Each lesson looks at a different delivery method or model, showing you how to use it and providing recommended approaches and related tips. After you have gone through the entire chapter, you should know how to do the following:
- Describe the models of blended learning
- Identify the applications of the face-to-face driver model
- Analyze the online driver model
- Understand how to use simulations in nursing programs
- Know procedures for staging clinical simulations
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1. What is Blended Learning? - Definition & Models
In this lesson we'll learn how blended learning disrupts the traditional classroom to provide more engaging and meaningful learning experiences for K-12 students. We'll also discuss the various types of models and how to integrate a blended environment.
2. Face-to-Face Driver Model: Application & Examples
The face-to-face driver model is one type of blended learning. How does the model work? In this lesson, we will discuss advantages of this model and examples of its use.
3. Online Driver Model: Definition, Application & Examples
Blended learning combines traditional instruction with technology. The online driver model is one such option. This lesson will define the online driver model and describe its applications through examples.
4. Simulations in Nursing Programs
This lesson explores the importance of simulation exercises in nursing and provides an overview of various teaching strategies for use in the simulation laboratory setting.
5. Staging Clinical Simulations: Tips & Procedures for CNEs
Staging clinical situations, or utilizing simulation, can be a very effective teaching strategy. Learning how to apply this powerful educational method to clinical situations will be explored further in this article.
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Other chapters within the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam Study Guide course
- Classroom Teaching Strategies
- Clinical Teaching Strategies for CNEs
- Understanding Learning Styles
- Classroom Technology
- Communication Skills for CNEs
- Critical Thinking Skills for Nurses
- Positive Learning Environments for Nurses
- Role of Diversity in Nursing Student Learning
- Goal Setting in Nursing Programs
- Learning Domains & Assessments
- Assessment Development
- Assessment Strategies
- Summarizing & Analyzing Educational Assessments
- Grading & Reporting Student Progress
- Curriculum Development in Nursing Programs
- Professional Development for CNEs
- Leadership Roles of CNEs
- Scholarship Roles of CNEs
- The Role of CNEs in the Academic Community
- Nursing Program Overview
- Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam Study Guide Flashcards