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Flip to this workforce of professional nurse educatorsfor down-to-earth, sensible guidanceon the universal issues and difficulties confronted through new lecturers within the lecture room. even if you have questions on teachingand studying ideas, the technical elements of making plans a direction, dealing with a school room, or comparing studying, you will discover the solutions right here. you are going to even findadvice on expert matters within the larger schooling surroundings and methods for a winning profession. offers insights from pro, professional educators in the sphere. makes use of a question and resolution layout tomake discovering evidence and information effortless. contains house for notes on what works top for you-right within the booklet. bargains chosen key assets for extra exploration in components of specific curiosity. AJN e-book of the Year2008
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There are often many resources on your campus to the person new to teaching. Do not be reluctant to ask for access to them. Your university may have a center for teaching excellence, a mentoring program, or other resources available to you. Find out who the best teachers are on your campus, and do not limit yourself to those teachers in your own discipline. Do not hesitate to ask to visit their classrooms or to meet with them over lunch. These experts can provide great ideas and strategies you might never have considered, and they are usually quite willing to share their knowledge and skills.
If I am willing to look in that mirror and not run from what I see, I have a chance to gain selfknowledge—and knowing myself is as crucial to good teaching as knowing my students and my subject” (p. 2, emphasis added). Palmer calls for deep self-examination and selfunderstanding among teachers and informs us of the importance of knowing the best and the worst of what lies in the hearts of those who teach. He argues that it is, indeed, the human heart that is the source of good teaching (p. 3). He further posits that “.
This allows you to teach in ways that are most genuine and comfortable for you and offer your students choices in how they learn, a hallmark of adult learning. S. ) (1956). Taxonomy of educational objectives: The classification of educational goals. Handbook I: Cognitive domain. : Longman. H. (1970). Psychomotor levels. J. ) Developing and writing behavioral objectives. : Educational Innovators. , & Masia, B. (1964). Taxonomy of educational objectives, Handbook II: Affective domain. New York: Longman.