She likes to listen to music and mostly memories

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told me that she learned better by the combination of auditory and visual learning. She likes to listen to music and mostly memories things easily. As a young person, her attention, learning capacity, readiness is at peaked. Her barriers to learning are mostly from being distracted, and lack of prioritization.
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Running header: PATIENT TEACHING 3 Consideration of the Environment The setting of the room would be a room that is quiet and something that will give her sense of privacy. I introduced myself and told Ms. A.S. that I’m a nursing student. She replies kindly and we sit facing each other. As we chatted together, we talk about the current trends in our world to make the vibe of our conversation friendlier which will help her to be more comfortable with me and make a good rapport with her. The best location the teaching content to be thought would be a room where the noise would be minimized so that her auditory learning preference would be used. Having a board or things where you can write or draw something can be a big help for her visual preference. Presenter Consideration As a teacher and a nursing student, I need to consider the topic we are talking and try to not get out of the topic as much as we can. I need to consider the patient’s behavior on a certain, topic and the way she answers some question that I ask. Listening to the patient’s feedback is a good source of data. I will be presenting the information precisely and with words the patients understand the best. Using repetition, knowing the patients limit and understanding her current situation would be the best strategy I can do. Based on her current problem the coping mechanism that will help her a lot would be the use of time management skills. An example for
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