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Preparation is essential for successful classroom management.
Agree 100 percent!
What have you learned from this module and how do you intend to apply it? Learning names of the students quickly.
older adults prefer active learning and it is more efficient.
Variety is the spice of life and just like snow flakes no two students learning styles or needs are alike so imperative to be flexible in providing different strokes to appeal to and engage learners with their diverse knowledge, skills, and abilities to promote both academic and clinical success.
Implemented using an ice breaker with a few prompts for students to interact after counting off and turning their chairs so they could interact with their peers who were seated directly behind them. Students were informed they would be introducing their peer and sharing their responses of things they had in common such as children, pets, or if they worked in addition to attending school. It was non-stressful and a fun way to learn about the students the first day of class.

Syllabus utilized is a prescribed generic format which contains information that is not relevant or applicable to students in the course I have been assigned to teach, i.e. it references requirements for another discipline/field of study with regard to attendance and meeting program requirements. Also, it is very challenging in an "accelerated" nursing program to abbreviate content for required reading assignments and limit focus to a single concept instead of what I have been accustomed to doing at other postsecondary institutions which usually included discussing common ailments within a content area such as the accessory organs of the GI tract… >>>

Reinforcing life long learning and need for change to keep up with technology and innovative delivery methods to present content.
Be prepared early. Create a syllabus that is helpful to students because it will describe their entire course,
To be a model, manager and motivator. Lead by example. Be yourself.

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