Teaching and Assessing in Nurse Practice
An Experiential ApproachBy
- Peter Nicklin
- Neil Kenworthy, MBA, BEd, RGN, RMN, Formerly Director of PNK Associates, Lincoln, UK
This book provides an easy-to-read guide to the requirements of teaching in practice courses. It provides a balance of educational theory with practice and uses an experiential approach which recognises the stages through which learners progress and encourages them to reflect on and apply the principles to their own experiences.
Paperback, 296 Pages
Published: May 2000
Imprint: Baillière Tindall
- Preface. Nurse education: the professional and political context. An experiential approach to teaching and assessing. Quality in teaching practice. The principles of learning. The principles of teaching. The principles of assessment. Methods of assessment. The learning environment. An introduction to counselling and counselling skills. Learning relationships: mentorship, preceptorship and clinical supervision. Recording and reporting. The nature and purpose of evaluation. Curriculum development and management.