Active Instructional Strategies

Active Instructional Strategies

Presenter(s):
Elisabeth Turingan, MSN/MHA, DNP-c, RN
Sierra E. Brady, MSN, CNS-Nursing Ed, RN, PHN 

 

Duration: 
2.75 Hours

 

CNEs: 
2.75

 

Description & Objectives:

Many faculty struggle with the application and implementation of active teaching strategies. Literature supports the need to change from traditional teaching methods to one that will actively engage the learner. There is a lack of knowledge related to the implementation of active strategies in the classroom, clinical, simulation, and skills lab setting. 

 

The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify ways to implement active strategies in their classroom, clinical, simulation, and skills lab settings. This will be a hands on workshop where the learner will leave with at least one lesson plan or planned activity to implement into their current course.

 

Objectives:

  • Identify current perceived barriers to the implementation of active instructional activities within their course. 
  • Identify how to overcome the perceived barriers identified so that they can have successful implementation of active instructional activities within their course.
  • Create a lesson plan or activity plan that they can take back to their institution and implement into their current course that incorporates active instructional activities.

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