Georgiana Bougher

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Visual and Kinesthetic Teaching Tools: Part 2 | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

 Learning is enhanced when active learning strategies are employed.

Clinical Setting Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

I really like the dot on the watch strategy.  It can be difficult to keep tabs on multiple students in a clinical setting.  I also like the idea of hand gestures.

Didactic Content Teaching Tools | Origin: ED311 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

These were interesting ideas for promoting critical thinking in the classroom.  

Student Supervision | Origin: ED207 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

Students need to be aware of the outcomes expected and how they are meeting those outcomes.

Creating Useful Forms and Processes | Origin: ED207 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

Documentation of learning experiences, outcomes should be required. It is also important to assess the effectiveness of programs and identify what needs to change.

Extending the Curriculum | Origin: ED207 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

Nursing internships provide students real world experience.  During nursing clinical experiences students usually only care for 1-2 patients.  An internship allows them to experience the...

Considerations for Specific Lab Environments and Safety | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

It is important for faculty to document students have been provided safety instructions and that safety is reinforced to protect themselves from being sued.

Evaluating Student Progress | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

Clearly stating expected student behaviors in a rubric using objective descriptions is useful students and faculty alike.  Students know what is expected and faculty will decrease student...

Teaching Strategies for Labs | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Georgiana Bougher

Addressing different learning styles is important.  Faculty should try to incorporate different methods into lessons to address this.  Simulation learning is great for this. High fidelity...