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LEARNING STYLE– way in which each learner begins toconcentrate and retain new and difficult information.TYPES OF LEARNING STYLES:VISUAL –student learns by reading a material, and usesvisual material such as charts, pictures, mapsAUDITORY –student learns by listening, participates indiscussions, makes presentations, and reads the textKINESTHETIC –student learns by touchingLEARNING STYLE MODELS AND INSTRUMENTS:BRAIN PREFERENCE INDICATOR (RIGHT BRAIN, LEFT BRAIN,WHOLE BRAIN)ENVIRONMENTAL PREFERENCE SURVEY (EPS) (DUNN &DUNN LEARNING STYLE INVENTORY)KOLB LEARNING STYLE INVENTORY (LSI)BRAIN PREFERENCE INDICATOR:RIGHT HEMISPHERE –emotional, visual – spatial, non-verbalhemisphereLEFT HEMISPHERE –vocal and analytical side thinking sideprocess using reality based and logical thinking withverbalizationLEFT BRAINRIGHT BRAINPrefers talking and writingPrefers drawing and manipulateobjectsRecognizes/ remembers namesRecognizes/ remembers facesSolving problems by breakingthem into partsSolves problems by looking atthe whole, looks for patterns,uses hunchesConscious of time andschedulesNot conscious of time andschedulesBASIC STIMULI THAT AFFECT A PERSON’S ABILITY TOLEARN:oENVIRONMENTAL :SOUND, LIGHT, TEMPERATUREoEMOTIONAL :MOTIVATION, RESPONSIBILITYoSOCIOLOGICAL :DESIRE TO WORK ALONE OR IN GROUPoPHYSICAL :TIME, MOBILITYoPSYCHOLOGICAL :WAY LEARNER PROCESS AND REACT TOINFORMTAIONHISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR TEACHING ROLE OFNURSES:FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE –founder of modernnursing, was the ultimate educatorEARLY 1900s –public nurses in this country clearlyunderstood the significance of the role of the nurses asteacher in preventing disease, and maintaining thehealth of society2 DECADES AFTER –the organization recognizednurses as agents for the promotion of healthprevention of illness in all settings in which theypracticedNATIONAL LEAGUE OF NURSING, 2006 –to raisevisibility and status of the academic nurse educatorrole as an advanced professionalINTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES –endorsed thenurse’s role as educator to be an essential componentof nursing care deliveryJOINT COMMISION ON ACCREDITATION OF HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS –established nursing standardsfor patient education as early as 1993CRITICAL SKILLS FOR THE NURSE EDUCATOR:ROLES OF NURSE EDUCATOR:EDUCATOR– ensure learners are involved in learningprocess and outcome evaluationsoVerify that educational standards are upheldoAssist others to develop, maintain, and refineportfolio throughout careerFACILITATOR –help identify learner needs and identifyappropriate teaching strategiesoServe as role modeloFoster team-makingoEncourage positive attitudesoPromote life-long learningLEADER –assist with delegating both human and financialresourcesoParticipate in the comm. processoDemonstrates ethical and legal principlesRESEARCHER –help to incorporate new research intopracticeoAssist new staff develop and refine research skillso

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Erikson s stages of psychosocial development, despair, International Council of Nurses

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