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NURS 6282 : Teaching and Learning in Health Care I: Foundations of Instructional Design
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 08:01:54 GMT
Thu, 13 Jul 2017 17:23:50 GMT
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NE-PMC: Nursing Education
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Teaching and Learning in Health Care I: Foundations of Instructional Design
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TL1: Foundations of Instr Des
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Principles of instructional design with an emphasis on the use of active, authentic learning and assessment methods in academic and health care delivery settings; analyzing learning needs, defining learning objectives, planning and sequencing strategies to support learner mastery, and assessing learning outcomes.
1. Apply the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) process to develop effective learning experiences for healthcare students and providers.
2. Design authentic, active learning experiences to support defined learning objectives for use in didactic and clinical settings.
3. Design learner assessment strategies to measure achievement of defined learning objectives for use in didactic and clinical settings.
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