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PLANNING AND CONDUCTING CLASSES Nursing Department Level 7 Chapter 5 * Learning objective At the end of this lecture the student will able to: Explain plan to conduct the classes * Introduction Before entering a classroom, the teacher need to formulate objectives, select and organize content, choose teaching methods, and design assignment, and finally evaluate learning. * Conducting the class The first class Begin introducing yourself. Welcoming the class can establish a pleasant atmosphere. Reading names . * CONT, Ensuring that every one gets the handouts. A little humor is useful Communicate the expectations for the course. Review the course syllabus. * Developing a course outline or syllabus A course outline or syllabus: is consider a contract between teacher and learners. Course outline include: The name of the course. The name of instructor. A one- paragraph course description. A list of course description. Teaching methods to be used. The method of evaluation. The text book or other readings. * II. Formulating objectives: To guide selection and handling of course material. To help teachers to determined whether people in the class have learned what you have tried to teach (EVALUATION) Are essential from the learners perspective. It guide the students in their studying. To justify the budget of the learning program. * Educational objectives suggested by bloom (1984) and divided into 3 domains: Cognitive (knowing) Psychomotor (doing) Affective(feeling, valuing). Knowing and doing objectives easy to be measured but in the effective domain are not so easy to write and measure * Educational objective characteristics The characteristics of objective in this ward (SMART) S SPECIFIC M Measurable A Achievable R Realistic T Timelines * III- Selecting Content: How much time can devote to the topic? Give enough time to discuss the meaningfulness of the subject and cover important points . * IV- Organizing Content Organize the content through the consequence: Headings Subheadings Should follow a logical consequences (moving from general to specific) or (from Simple to complex) * V- Selecting teaching methods: It depend on the objectives and type of learning are trying to achieve. In nursing the teaching methods selected should therefore emphasize students activity: Case study, discussion, Simulations, Role- playing, Cooperative learning, Computer use. * Cont, Number of people in the class. With high number modules, computer programs or handout with explanation is greatly useful. With small group ; brain storming, role- playing, and cooperative learning. * Cont, The Effectiveness of teaching methods depend on the out come criterion. If the criterion is the acquisition of knowledge may be lecture is useful. While acquisition of doing objectives it is useful to use training sessions. * Choosing the textbook Choosing the textbook according to Quality of writing How the book organized and the graphics that were included. Include introductions to chapters.(give an overview to content) Keywords in bold face is favorite. * Summaries at the end-of- chapter. Study questions, charts, tables, and pictures are also reflect the quality of the text. Cost. Quality of print. * SUBSEQUENT CLASSES: Gaining and controlling the attention of the learners. To keep communication skills rule effectively going. * References & Suggested Reading -Bastable SB . Nurse as educator: Principle and learning of teaching for nursing practice (3re ed) . Jones & Bartlet Publisher ; 2007 . .ISBN 0763746436. -Young SD. Teaching strategies for nurse educators ( 2nd ed) . Prentice Hall; 2008 . ISBN-13 978131790261 - Jackson M. Pocket guide for patient education .Jones and Bartlett Publisher 2008 . ISBN10 0.078 07637411556 * *