Nursing Education - Foundations for Practice Excellence by B. Moyer, et al.

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Teach for mastery of facts and basic skills: demonstration, recitation. Training in rules of conduct. Realism: Reality exists independent of human mind. World of physical objects ultimate reality. Focus: Body Aristotle Subject matter of physical world: science, math. Progressivism: Focus: Ideas should be tested by active experimentation. Learning rooted in questions of learners in interaction with others. Experience and student centered. Making group decisions in light of consequences. Pragmatism: Universe is dynamic, evolving.

1998). Creating new pedagogies at the millennium: The common experiences of using distance education technologies. University of Wisconsin-Madison Teachers. Retrieved January 1–19, 2007. htm 13 02Moyer(F) Ch-02 5/28/07 2:08 PM Page 14 Chapter Outline Who You Are and How You Teach Patterns of Knowing or Fundamental Ideas That Form Nursing as a Discipline Empirics Ethics Personal Knowing Aesthetics Sociopolitical Knowing Common Assumptions in Nursing Theory Health Is Wholeness The Primacy of Human Uniqueness and Subjectivity Caring and Supportive Relationship Putting It All Together Noddings’ Philosophy of Caring Education Modeling Dialogue Practice in Caring Confirmation Reflective Practice Summary 02Moyer(F) Ch-02 5/28/07 2:08 PM Page 15 PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING Peggy L.

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