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There are several great ideas to assist clinical teaching methods in this course.

Don't be afraid to try new teaching methods if your current ones are not successful.

I now have a great activity to use when introducing charting and the interview process. The others I will sprinkle throughout various classes, especially the thinking activity.

Definitely great information and ideas to help our students learn.

Recognizing the different learning styles and acting on them with individual students would be not only helpful for the students, but make the whole teaching process much more interesting.

It takes 6 times of learning a topic to really know and retain 90% of the information after 30 days.  

Strategies were interesting and slightly different from the one's used presently.  Will incorporate

I found several of these exercises very creative and seems like a good way to mix up the teaching/learning experience.

I love the idea of using different methods of teaching, different ways for your students to get hands on and bring a little fun into the learning experience.

I gathered a couple of really useful ideas.  Being new to the whole teaching role I believe the hand gestures are a really good idea, the last thing I would want to do is create added anxiety for the patient(s) and/or family my student is working on.  Also thinking back to my days when I was in clinicals having the cards ready in case it is really a day where there is not a lot happening on the unit is a great way to engage your students, in my clinical days the student nurses were just free labor for the… >>>

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