Educational Processes in Nursing (3)
This course explores the historical development, theoretical bases, practical knowledge, accountability of, and issues regarding curriculum processes and teaching in nursing education and/or practice.
- Analyze the historical development of nursing education and demonstrate the way this has influenced present day practices
- Synthesize information, utilizing knowledge or processes from teaching and learning theory, to support evidence based teaching
- Critically evaluate how a diversity of learners’ needs and styles can be incorporated in an educators teaching practice
- Analyze the ethical implications of specific learning strategies in a variety of contexts and settings in nursing education
- Extrapolate the concepts underpinning curriculum development and evaluation
- Postulate future directions for nursing education, based on current trends and innovations and their possible implications for education, practice and research
How to access your course in the UBC Course Schedule: In the top right corner of the page, please select the correct session (W or S), select your course from the list of NURS courses, and click on the course & session number (e.g NURS 123 XXX) to read the published notes for that section. To register as a student you must logged in with your CWL.