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Nursing Program Overview - Chapter Summary
The certified nurse educator (CNE) plays a major role in the creation and maintenance of various nursing policies within his or her nursing program. Learn more in this nursing program overview. Lessons tackle the CNE's role in developing standards for admission, progression and graduation. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to do the following:
- Explain the CNE's role in creating and enforcing admission standards in a nursing program
- Discuss how certified nurse educators develop and enforce standards for the progression of nursing students
- Describe the CNE's role in creating and enforcing graduation standards for nursing students
Each lesson in this chapter can be easily accessed from any computer, smartphone or tablet. Review these lessons as many times as needed to strengthen your understanding of this nursing program overview. When ready, assess your knowledge by taking lesson quizzes and a practice chapter exam. If you need additional information about lesson topics, be sure to submit your questions to our experts.
1. CNE Program Policies: Standards for Admission
In this lesson, you will learn about what a Certified Nurse Educator is and what role they play in the standards for admissions for nursing students. This lesson will discuss some of the standards for admission such as prerequisite courses, grade point average, and testing.
2. CNE Program Policies: Standards for Progression
This lesson will describe how nurse educators can best serve on academic standing committees to ensure that nursing students who are unable to progress through programs are evaluated fairly and objectively. The lesson will also discuss what educators do when the student disagrees.
3. CNE Program Policies: Standards for Graduation
This lesson will describe what a Certified Nurse Educator is and what their roles are. It will also discuss how the Certified Nurse Educator determines if a student will graduate from a nursing program.
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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
- Methods of Delivery for CNEs
- 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
- Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Exam Study Guide Flashcards