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The Role of CNEs in the Academic Community - Chapter Summary
Part of being a successful CNE requires understanding your role in the academic community, and this chapter will help you better grasp those details. These lessons will give you a deeper understanding of the inner workings of higher education, including factors that affect students and educators, workplace interactions, and departmental involvement. By the time you reach the end of the chapter, you should possess the knowledge to do the following:
- Examine which factors impact higher education
- Point out the benefits of workplace professionalism
- Explain present-day trends in higher education
- Review the connection between professionalism and the academic community
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1. Factors Influencing Higher Education
This lesson is going to explore some of the major factors that have the biggest influence on higher education. We'll look at examples of how these factors can influence colleges, universities and technical schools.
2. Current Trends in Higher Education
What's trending in higher education? This article will highlight some of the latest trends in education including student loans/debt, career and technical education, earning credit, and course delivery.
3. The Positive Impacts of Workplace Professionalism
In this lesson, we'll discuss in detail the positive impacts of professionalism in the workplace. We'll also discover why it's imperative that you put your best foot forward from day one.
4. Professionalism for CNEs in the Academic Community
Certified Nurse Educators (CNEs) are highly esteemed, professional nurses with specialty skills and certifications. Read this lesson to learn more about the behaviors and skills of successful CNEs.
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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
- Nursing Program Overview
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