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Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing, Third Edition.

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Author/Creator:
Keating, Sarah B.
Edition:
3rd ed.
Publication:
New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (501 pages)
Subjects:
Nursing -- Study and teaching.
Curriculum evaluation.
Curriculum planning.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
New Edition of The Leading Nursing Text on Curriculum Development and Evaluation! This third edition of the leading nursing text on curriculum development and evaluation continues to address relevant NLN and AACN core competencies for curricula in all undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Written for graduate students and faculty, this new edition responds to the many changes that have occurred in nursing and education since the second edition was published. These include the continued shortage of nursing faculty and the projected additional losses of experienced faculty due to impending retirements, as well as the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Consensus Model for Advanced Practice Nursing. This third edition covers curriculum development and evaluation in detail and provides the knowledge and practical applications needed by new and experienced faculty to confidently embrace the academic role. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration throughout, the text focuses on the growth of simulation, guidance for new faculty transitioning from a clinical to academic role, developing curricula for practice and academic settings, program evaluation, accreditation activities, and recommendation for research in nursing education. Also addressed is the explosion of DNP programs across the country and its effect on practice and education, as well as the controversy surrounding the use of simulation. Chapter objectives, discussion points, learning activities, references and a glossary enhance learning and retention of material. The text is a valuable resource for CNE certification review. New to the Third Edition: New chapter: Role of Faculty in Curriculum Development and EvaluationNew chapter: Financial Support and Budget Management for Curriculum DevelopmentNew chapter: Research and Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
EducationEmphasis on guiding the assimilation of new instructors into faculty roles of program and curriculum development, instructional design, and student evaluationNew content on curriculum evaluation, financial support, and budget managementStrong focus on Interdisciplinary Educational Collaboration throughoutAddresses the need for preparing more faculty to educate thousands of new nurses as defined by the IOM Report, the Affordable Care Act, and the Consensus ModelInstructor Materials including: PowerPoint slides, syllabi, teaching/learning strategies, learning activities and associated rubrics for grading.
Contents:
Cover
Title
Copyright
Contents
Contributors
Preface
Share Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing
Section I: Overview of Nursing Education: History, Curriculum Development Processes, and the Role of Faculty
Chapter 1: History of Nursing Education in the United States
Objectives
Overview
In the Beginning
Diversity in Early Nursing Education
The 20th Century
Baccalaureate Education
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activity
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activity
Acknowledgment
References
Chapter 2: Curriculum Development and Approval Processes in Changing Educational Environments
Objectives
Overview
The Process of Curriculum Development
Issues Related to Curricular Development or Redesign
Accreditation
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Chapter 3: The Role of Faculty in Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Objectives
Overview
Level of Individual Faculty Member's Knowledge of Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Experienced Faculty
Roles and Responsibilities of Faculty
Research in Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Section II: Learning Theories, Education Taxonomies, and Critical Thinking
Chapter 4: Learning Theories Applied to Curriculum Development
Objectives
Overview
Behaviorist Learning Theory
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Reinforcement and Punishment
Social Cognitive Theory/Social Learning Theory
Self-Efficacy
Role Modeling
Cognitive Learning Theory
Metacognition
Transformative Learning.
Constructivist Learning Theory
Adult Learning Theory
Humanistic Learning Theory
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Chapter 5: Using Contextual Curriculum Design With Taxonomies to Promote Critical Thinking
Objectives
Overview
The Usefulness of Educational Taxonomies
Objectives and Outcomes
The Connection of Objectives to Learning Theory
Domains of Learning Within Taxonomies
The Cognitive Domain of Bloom
Other Educational Taxonomies
A Contextual Model for Aligning Curriculum and Courses
Critical Thinking and Taxonomy
Active Learning Strategies
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Section III: Needs Assessment and Financial Support for Curriculum Development
Chapter 6: External Frame Factors
Objectives
Overview
Discussion
Description of the Community
Demographics of the Population
Characteristics of the Academic Setting
Political Climate and Body Politic
The Health Care System and Health Needs of the Populace
The Need for the Program
The Nursing Profession
Regulations and Accreditation Requirements
Financial Support
Summary
Case Study
Description of the Community
Demographics of the Population
Characteristics of the Academic Setting
Political Climate and Body Politic
The Health Care System and Health Needs of the Populace
The Need for the Program
The Nursing Profession
Regulations and Accreditation Requirements
Financial Support
Conclusion
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activity
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activity
References
Resources.
Chapter 7: Internal Frame Factors
Objectives
Overview
Discussion
Description and Organizational Structure of the Parent Academic Institution
Mission and Purpose, Philosophy, and Goals of the Parent Institution
Internal Economic Situation and Influence on the Curriculum
Resources Within the Institution and Nursing Program
Potential Faculty and Student Characteristics
Summary
Case Study
Description and Organizational Structure of the Parent Academic Institution
Mission and Purpose, Philosophy, and Goals of the Parent Institution
Internal Economic Situation and its Influence on the Curriculum
Resources Within the Institution and Nursing Program
Potential Faculty and Student Characteristics
Conclusion
References
Chapter 8: Financial Support and Budget Planning for Curriculum Development or Revision
Objectives
Overview
Financial Costs and Budgetary Planning
Sources for Financial Support
Role of Administrators, Staff, and Faculty in Financial Support for Curriculum Development Activities
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Resources
Section IV: Curriculum Development Applied to Nursing Education and the Practice Setting
Chapter 9: The Components of the Curriculum
Objectives
Overview
Types of Institutions
Levels of Nursing Education
The Formal and Informal Curricula
The Campus Environment
Components of the Curriculum
The Mission or Vision Statement
Philosophy
Beliefs About Teaching and Learning Processes
Critical Thinking and its Application to Nursing
Liberal Education and the Sciences
The Health Care System, Organization, Policy, Finance, and Regulation
Clinical Prevention and Population Health.
Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration
Professionalism, Professional Values, and Nursing Practice
Social Justice and Advocacy
Scholarship, Research, Translational Science, and Evidence-Based Practice
Information Systems and Patient Care Technology
Quality Health Care and Patient Safety
Organizational Frameworks and Concept Mapping
Implementation of the Curriculum
Student Learning Outcomes or End-of-Program and Level Objectives
Program of Study
Summary
Case Study
Mission
Philosophy
Organizing Framework
Overall Purpose and Goal of the Program
Student Learning Outcomes (End-of-Program) and Level Objectives
BSN Program
RN to BSN to MSN Program
MSN Program
Entry-Level MSN Program
The DNP Program
Summary
Sample Courses
Discussion Question
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Chapter 10: Curriculum Planning for Associate Degree Nursing Programs
Objectives
Overview
The History of Associate Degree Nursing
Current Status of Associate Degree Nursing
Curriculum Reform in Associate Degree Education
Components of an Associate Degree Curriculum
Mission or Vision
Philosophy Statements
Organizational Framework
Student Learning Outcomes
Program of Study Concepts
Program of Study
Assessment
Summary
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activity
References
Chapter 11: Curriculum Planning for Baccalaureate Nursing Programs
Objectives
Overview
When is it Time for Curriculum Change?
The Baccalaureate Essentials
Recommendations for Curriculum Reform
Advances in Educational Technology
The Learning-Centered Paradigm
Curriculum Development
Conceptual Framework
Curriculum Outcomes.
Identifying Courses
Baccalaureate Curriculum Design: Special Considerations
Content Overload in Nursing Curricula
The Inclusive Curriculum: Paying Attention to Diversity
Interprofessional Education: Preparing for Collaborative Practice
Transformative Approaches to Clinical Education
Completing the Curriculum Development Process
Transition to Practice
Alternative Baccalaureate Pathways
Baccalaureate Completion Programs
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Chapter 12: Curriculum Planning for Master's Nursing Programs
Objectives
Overview
RN to MSN Programs
Entry-Level (Generic) Master's Degree Programs in Nursing
The Clinical Nurse Leader
Advanced Practice Master's Degree Programs in Nursing
Community/Public Health Nursing
Master's Degrees in Nursing for Functional Roles
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities
References
Chapter 13: The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Objectives
Overview
Differences Between Professional and Research-Based Doctorates
The Role of the DNP in Practice
Educational Preparation for the DNP
Program Evaluation and Accreditation
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activity
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activity
References
Chapter 14: Curriculum Planning for PhD and Other Research-Focused Doctoral Nursing Programs
Objectives
Overview
The Role of the Research-Focused Doctoral Program in Nursing
The Curriculum
Program Evaluation
Common Issues Faced by Research-Focused Doctoral Programs
Summary
Discussion Questions
Learning Activities
Student Learning Activities.
Nurse Educator/Faculty Development Activities.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Keating, Sarah B. Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing, Third Edition
ISBN:
9780826130280
9780826130273
OCLC:
890981909
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