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Author Lowenstein, Arlene J.
Title Fuszard's innovative teaching strategies in nursing / Arlene J. Lowenstein, Martha J. Bradshaw.
Imprint Boston ; London : Jones & Bartlett, [2004]
Edition Third edition.

Author Lowenstein, Arlene J.
Subject Nursing -- Study and teaching.
Effective teaching.
Alt Name Bradshaw, Martha J.
Description xx, 378 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition Third edition.
Note Previous ed.: Gaithersburg : Aspen, 1995.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0763715514
OCLC # 57065365
Table of Contents
Pt. IIntroduction1
Ch. 1Effective Learning: What Teachers Need To Know / Martha J. Bradshaw3
Ch. 2Strategies for Innovation / Arlene J. Lowenstein18
Ch. 3Critical Thinking in Nursing Education / Patricia R. Cook29
Ch. 4Creativity / Carol Picard43
Ch. 5Humor in the Classroom: Facilitating the Learning Process / Sandra M. Hillman54
Pt. IITeaching in Structured Settings63
Ch. 6Lecture Is Not a Four-Letter Word! / Barbara C. Woodring65
Ch. 7Problem-Based Learning / Gayle W. Bentley83
Ch. 8Reflective Practice / Hollie T. Noveletsky-Rosenthal107
Ch. 9Teaching Sensitive Subjects / Elaine W. Young113
Pt. IIISimulation and Imagination121
Ch. 10Role-Play / Arlene J. Lowenstein123
Ch. 11High-Fidelity Patient Simulation / Alfred E. Lupien, Beverly George-Gay134
Ch. 12Expressive Techniques: Movement As Embodied Knowing / Carol Picard149
Ch. 13Debate As a Teaching Strategy / Martha J. Bradshaw, Arlene J. Lowenstein159
Ch. 14The Tree of Impact / Richard L. Sowell166
Pt. IVTechnology Assisted Strategies181
Ch. 15Teaching by Distance Education / Martha S. Tingen, Linda A. Ellis183
Ch. 16Electronic Communication Strategies / Arlene J. Lowenstein 
Ch. 17Web-Based Instruction / Judith Schurr Salzer210
Pt. VRemote Faculty227
Ch. 18Co-Consultant / Barbara Fuszard, Astrid Hellier Wilson229
Ch. 19Preceptorial Experience / Vickie A. Lambert, Clinton E. Lambert, Jr.242
Ch. 20Mentorship / Laurie Jowers Taylor251
Pt. VIClinical Teaching261
Ch. 21Philosophical Approaches to Clinical Instruction / Martha J. Bradshaw263
Ch. 22Refocusing the Nursing Skills Laboratory / Glenda F. Hanson269
Ch. 23Teaching Patients with Low Literacy Skills / Connie F. Cowan278
Ch. 24A Community-Based Practicum Experience / Betty G. Davis, Pat Christensen290
Ch. 25Nursing Process Mapping Replaces Nursing Care Plans / Charlotte James Koehler303
Ch. 26Issues in Clinical Teaching: Cautionary Tales for Nursing Faculty / Pat Christensen314
Pt. VIIEvaluation325
Ch. 27Computer-Based Testing / David J. Anna327
Ch. 28The Clinical Pathway: A Tool To Evaluate Clinical Learning / Martha J. Bradshaw340
Ch. 29Evaluation of Learning Outcomes / Katherine E. Nugent349

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