By Katherine Pakieser-Reed
Want a little suggestion? Then open the most recent in STTIs renowned Daybook sequence, A Daybook for Nurse Educators. Educators play an essential position within the improvement of the nursing occupation. They lay the root for the way nurses perform and have interaction with sufferers, households, groups, fellow nurses and different well-being care pros. This daybook is stuffed with 365 inspirational and thought-provoking charges solicited from most sensible nurse educators worldwide. every month starts off with a thought-provoking tale or lesson. Journaling area all through allows recording day-by-day meditations and reflections. This e-book will supply a boost to a person who teaches, despite scientific or educational surroundings.
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This is a hurtful saying. Here is the truth. A successful teacher walks beside countless individuals who develop knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors that form the nurse. The teacher selects the system that requires the head, heart, and hands of the novice to perform as the nurse. ” –Tana Durnbaugh, EdD, RN Elgin, Illinois February 13 “What the word ‘Educator’ means to me: Enthusiastic Dedicated Understanding Caring Attentive Team player Open to new ideas Respectful” –Jamie Rozelle, MS, RN, CNOR Baltimore, Maryland 23 February 14 “It’s the little things that ‘make my day’—an orientee eager to learn, a former student sharing a success, a colleague offering support for my idea.
Mimi Zeigler, MS, RN, CCRN, CWOCN Chicago, Illinois April 9 “Make learning fun. In teaching blood gasses, we made a tic-tactoe grid and then used round candy to represent the three major components. The students loved it! They were able to visualize the abnormality (and eat the playing pieces in the end). ” –Mary Walker, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCNS, CMSRN San Antonio, Texas 50 April 10 “As I approach the age of 60, I find I am embracing the use of technology more. How cool is it that we can learn vast amounts of new knowledge anytime and anywhere?
Charlene M. Smith, DNS, WHNP-BC Rochester, New York April 14 “Tailor your teaching to the class that you are instructing. People have varying levels of understanding and multiple ways of processing information. ” –Roger L. Donini II, BA, BS, RN Portsmouth, Ohio 52 April 15 “I changed jobs from my bedside nursing position to that of a nurse educator within the last year. A big part of my transition was realizing that I was a novice in this position. Reminding myself to embrace being a novice was key to my transitioning smoothly.