Teacher Talk. Teaching students to apply nursing theories and models: Trying something new
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nursing education, teaching methods, family nursing, nursing
A nurse educator moved from conventional pedagogy—the most commonly practiced model of education in nursing—to a nursing pedagogy—Narrative Pedagogy—in an effort to overcome the limitations of teaching students to use a model as a guideline for interviewing families. Using Narrative Pedagogy, the educator readily engages in the Concernful Practices of Schooling, Learning, Teaching. In using this pedagogy, many pedagogies, and subsequently many perspectives, converge to transform how she teaches students to think and learn about family nursing care.
Journal of Nursing Education
Diekelmann, N., & Scheckel, M. (2003). Teacher Talk. Teaching students to apply nursing theories and models: Trying something new. Journal of Nursing Education, 42, 195-197. doi: 10.3928/0148-4834-20030501-04