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Table Of Contents

  • Page ID
    9967
  • Contents

    • Dedication
    • Preface and Acknowledgements
    • Updates and revisions
    • CHAPTER ONE - THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
      • The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
      • Common Conceptual Frameworks
      • Adult Education Theories and Models
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER TWO - WHERE DO I FIT IN? ARTICULATING A PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY
      • A Primer on Key Adult Education Philosophies
      • The Process of Articulating a Personal Teaching Philosophy Statement
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER THREE - THE CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
      • Picture of the Clinical Learning Environment
      • Who Are the Teachers?
      • Who Are the Students?
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER FOUR - PROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION OF HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
      • A Primer on Professional Socialization
      • Storytelling
      • Role Modeling
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER FIVE - TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED CLINICAL EDUCATION
      • Entry Level Practice Requires Use of Technology
      • Common Technologies
      • Teachers Need Support to Use Technology
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER SIX - EVALUATION OF LEARNING
      • Vocabulary of Evaluation
      • Methods of Evaluating Students
      • Methods of Evaluating Teaching
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • CHAPTER SEVEN - PRECEPTORS: ESSENTIAL TO LEARNER SUCCESS
      • The Difference Between a Mentor and a Preceptor
      • Theoretical Foundations of Effective Preceptoring
      • Strategies for Being and Becoming a Successful Preceptor
      • The Preceptor–Preceptee Relationship
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Author Information
      • Sherri Melrose PhD, RN
      • Caroline Park PhD, RN
      • Beth Perry PhD, RN
    • Credits