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Ch 8: Positive Learning Environments for Nurses

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Boost your knowledge of positive learning environments for nurses using this short chapter. Concepts covered in the lessons include how to create productive relationships to support student growth and how to create a culture for learning.

Positive Learning Environments for Nurses - Chapter Summary

Nurses play critically important roles in the medical field, which is why their educational process is often extensive. To ensure nurses are able to learn all required concepts, it's good to educate them in a positive learning environment. Use the lessons in this chapter to learn more about ways to create these environments in the classroom. Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Define and describe the impact and importance of the learning environment in the classroom
  • Explain the design and maintenance of safe and supportive learning environments
  • Describe how to create productive relationships that support student well-being and growth
  • Discuss tips for cultivating positive interactions among students
  • Detail the process of creating a culture for learning
  • Share the best ways for Certified Nurse Educators to create clinical learning environments in nursing programs

Ensure you have a quality understanding of the creation of positive learning environments for nurses by reviewing this chapter's lessons in the manner that best suits your schedule and learning style. Access the lessons anytime and in any sequence from your computer, smartphone or tablet. Reinforce lesson concepts by taking short quizzes and a practice chapter exam. If you have questions about chapter topics, submit them to our experts.

6 Lessons in Chapter 8: Positive Learning Environments for Nurses
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Learning Environment in the Classroom: Definition, Impact & Importance

1. Learning Environment in the Classroom: Definition, Impact & Importance

One of the most important things a teacher can do is provide a positive learning experience. Setting up a positive learning environment is tricky, but not difficult. Get ready to learn about how to do this and why.

Safe & Supportive Learning Environments: Design & Maintenance

2. Safe & Supportive Learning Environments: Design & Maintenance

Classroom environments should promote student achievement. This lesson will explore how a safe and supportive learning environment is created and maintained.

Creating Productive Relationships to Support Student Growth & Well-Being

3. Creating Productive Relationships to Support Student Growth & Well-Being

This lesson provides you with a toolbox of practical strategies for creating a productive learning environment that fosters student growth and well-being. Read on to learn more.

Cultivating Positive Interactions Among Students

4. Cultivating Positive Interactions Among Students

Relationships in the classroom are important, and interaction among students is particularly essential to the learning environment and student development. This lesson discusses ways of fostering positive interaction among students.

How to Create a Culture for Learning

5. How to Create a Culture for Learning

What is a culture of learning? And how do you develop one in your own classroom? Learn what such a classroom tends to look like, and a few of the things you might do to achieve it.

Clinical Learning Environments in Nursing Programs

6. Clinical Learning Environments in Nursing Programs

A clinical nurse educator should provide a positive and engaging experience for nursing students. This article will take you through key points of creating the best experience possible,including preparation, establishing expectations, and evaluating.

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