Title

7 Principles of Good Instructional Technology in Nursing Education

Authors

Tim Bristol

Document Type

Other

Publication Date

2015

Originally Published In

Presented at the AACN BSN Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Abstract

his workshop is designed for nursing faculty.

Building the learning experience of the 21st century is a great opportunity to use instructional technology to succeed with each of the 7 principles of Good Teaching. This interactive session will allow faculty to explore fun strategies that can be implemented quickly to improve nursing education. Emphasis will be placed on evidence-based learning and evidence-based nursing practice. This session will focus on the direct application of education theories proposed by Chickering, Gamson, and Ehrmann.

Upon completion of this program participants will be able to:

  1. Utilize the 7 principles of good teaching to guide the use of technology in nursing education.
  2. Identify the learning needs of nursing students.
  3. Describe the evidence-base that supports the use of active learning in nursing education.

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