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Advanced Health Assessment: The Performance Exam

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May, 2013

Creative Thinking in Nursing Education

April, 2013

The Misery of Reading Term Papers

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 February, 2013

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Whatever Happened to Florence Nightingale? 

January 2013

Stress and the Nursing Professor

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Flip a Writing Assignment!

Strategies for Helping Struggling Students Succeed

Grading: What’s Acceptable?

Issues Related to Testing

Managing Boundaries: Part 3

Your Personal Space

Managing Boundaries Part 2:

Protecting Your Time

Managing Boundaries When Teaching:

The “Friend Dilemma”

Don’t Have the Answer to a Student Question?

Try Some of These Teaching Strategi

Teaching Advanced Pathophysiology: Less is More!

Teaching Medication Assessment and Management: Focus – The Elderly

Nursing Professor Tips: Strategies for the First Day of Class

Graduate Nursing Students Working Full Time: Realistic?

The Demise of the Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program

Tips for Teaching Online: Part 1

Tips for Teaching Online: Part II – Engaging Students

Tips for Teaching Online: Part III – Assignments

Managing Online Clinical Practicums

Teaching through Process

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I’m teaching a course online that uses group work for two of the assignments. My first thought is UGH! I know these students. I know they are stretched for time and trying to do group work is going to be difficult. But actually over time, I was pleasantly surprised by the opportunity this assignment provided....

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