Whether you are a beginning or an experienced nurse educator, you will get new ideas for your teaching in our Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching podcast. Experts share teaching strategies you can use with your nursing students. Recent episodes include:
- 6/16/21 – Mindfulness strategies in online learning
- 5/19/21 – Generation Z students in online courses
- 5/5/21 – Wellness initiatives for your nursing courses
- 2/10/21 – Quality of life and resilience of nursing faculty and students during the Covid-19 pandemic
- 1/20/21 – Challenges and opportunities: Nursing practice, nursing education, and writing for publication
- 12/30/20 – Self-efficacy for teaching online: What nurse educators need to know
- 12/2/20 – Creating innovative simulation experiences during Covid-19
- 10/21/20 – Turning a tough summer of hospital-based nursing clinicals into a positive experience for patients and students
- 10/7/20 – Using telehealth as a virtual simulation teaching method: Switching strategies
- 9/11/20 – Evaluating Covid-19 public service information through the lens of health literacy
- 9/9/20 – Compassionate teaching amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- 9/9/20 – Preparing nurse leaders: Learning strategies for an online RN to BSN program
- 8/12/20 – A fun learning activity for students in a mental health course
- 7/29/20 – Online clinical postconferences
- 7/29/20 – Retention counselor in nursing: A unique success strategy
- 7/15/20 – “Got alignment?” tips for online course alignment
- 7/3/20 – Covid-19: Infection prevention content for prelicensure nursing students
- 7/1/20 – Preparing our future nurses: A new model for undergraduate nursing education
- 6/17/20 – Medication commercials: Interactive teaching activity for nursing students
- 4/29/20 – Communal farewells
- 4/24/20 – Adapting a clinical debriefing activity to an online format
- 4/22/20 – Transitioning psychiatric-mental health nursing clinical experience to online virtual format
- 4/15/20 – Connecting with students using audio-enhanced discussion boards
- 4/11/20 – Remote teaching for large classes: Using design thinking model of innovation
- 4/8/20 – Dean’s perspective: Coping with Covid-19 in schools of nursing
- 4/6/20 – Civility mentor: Virtual learning experience for nursing students
- 4/3/20 – Virtual simulation
- 3/31/20 – Preparing faculty for online teaching: fast
- 3/28/20 – Virtual clinical practice: A cohesive plan
- 3/27/20 – Virtual simulation integration in a nursing curriculum
- 3/25/20 – Disaster preparedness education for nursing students
- 3/25/20 – In-simulation debriefing
- 3/24/20 – Moving from classroom to online: Creating an online clinical practicum
- 10/16/20 – Conducting simulation remotely (1 CE hour)
Presenter: Kellie Bryant, DNP, WHNP, CHSE
- 7/16/20 – Implementing a hybrid approach: Strategies for moving your nursing course to a hybrid model
Presenter: Michelle Aebersold, PHD, RN, CHSES, FAAN
- 7/1/20 – Next steps: Reopening simulation centers
Panelists, Pamela Jeffries, Bette Mariani, Carol Durham, Amy Daniels, Sabrina Beroz, Crystel Farina
- 4/20/20 – Preparing your students for the NCLEX in a remote environment
Presenters, Diane Billings, Vicki Moran, Cindy Short, Shelly Luhning
- 4/14/20 – How to teach clinical judgment
Presenter: Linda Caputi
- 4/10/20 – Simulations and other strategies to replace clinical hours for student progression and graduation
Panelists: Pamela Jeffries, GWU / Kyle Johnson, Texas Tech Univ / Bette Mariani, Villanova Univ / Kellie Bryant, Columbia Univ / Cynthia Bradley, Univ of Minnesota
- 4/9/2020 – Shifting to a remote teaching environment
Presenter: Michelle Aebersold, University of Michigan
- National League for Nursing Town Hall: Strategies for online teaching and learning
Recorded on March 18, NLN experts discussed the recent move to online courses as well as clinical cancellations due to the national health care challenges related to covid-19.
- Enhancing student engagement in a digital world
- Using technology to enhance student learning: Getting the bang for your buck
- Tips and tricks for online teaching
- Building a habitude: Engaging students in an online learning environment
- Sim beyond the SimLab
- 6/30/21 – Nursing education post-pandemic: Virtual and in-person hybrid learning may be here to stay
- 5/11/21 – Using HyperDocs in nursing education: Engage and digitally flip the virtual classroom
- 5/6/21 – Supporting nursing faculty coworkers during Covid: Try picking up the phone
- 5/4/21 – How to be an effective nurse educator-nurturing students’ well-being in unforeseen times
- 2/18/21 – Faculty best practices in supporting nursing students
- 1/21/21 – How to make online learning experience more meaningful
- 1/14/21 – Building clinical judgement during a pandemic
- 1/5/21 – Teaching clinical skills via an online platform
- 11/24/20 – Free resources to help meet nursing curriculum
- 11/23/20 – Managing civility in an online environment
- 11/9/20 – Public health nursing shining in primetime
- 11/6/20 – Meeting the students where they are
- 11/5/20 – A Covid-19 lesson
- 11/3/20 – Having fun with videos
- 10/19/20 – Civility on live-stream learning
- 10/8/20 – Padlet: A tool to engage students
- 10/6/20 – Chocolates and tissues, part 1 of 3
- 9/21/20 – How to bring the current pandemic into the undergraduate nursing classroom
- 9/18/20 – The importance of safe patient staffing for nurses and the benefit for grads
- 9/16/20 – How covid-19 has reinforced the need for strong communication
- 9/8/20 – The importance of physical touch amidst a pandemic
- 9/4/20 – Infection control considerations for nurse educators
- 9/2/20 – Active study methods with students
- 8/24/20 – Know thy student: Become a salesman
- 8/20/20 – Taking time to enjoy some coffee
- 7/10/20 – covid-19 crisis: Faculty support for nursing students
- 7/6/20 – Compassion fatigue: Being among the elephants in the room
- 5/15/20 – Showing sincere care: Acknowledging the elephant in the room
- 4/25/20 – Post covid-19: Healing students prepare for secondary surge needs
- 4/18/20 – What is One Health and is it a good fit for nursing
- 4/16/20 – Preparing students for temporary changes in the process for taking the national council of state boards of nursing NCLEX-RN licensing exam
- 4/15/20 – Making the move to online
- 4/14/20 – Lights, camera, action…using digital video to engage students
- 4/8/20 – Déjà vu all over again
- Transforming an excellent face-to-face program into an exemplary hybrid course
- Future of technology in nursing education, part 1: The what and why of technology use in today’s nursing student
- Reimagining Bloom’s taxonomy—with an eye on technology
- Taking nursing education mobile offers far more pros than cons
- Virtual simulation and electronic medical records: Can we work smarter, not harder? Lessons learned
Lippincott Digital Product training is available for customers who want to learn how to successfully use our digital products in an online teaching environment. Our Nursing Education Consultants are experienced, distance-learning, educators who offer their best practices and strategies for effective instruction using CoursePoint products, vSims, DocuCare, PassPoint and Lippincott Clinical Experiences.
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NCSBN has a dedicated covid-19 site with lots of information about licensure, nursing education and other resources.
- Joint Statement between NLN and NCSBN on nursing programs, accreditors, boards of nursing and practice being flexible during these times.
- Policy Brief on a model for education/practice partnerships during these unprecedented times.
- Board of nursing changes in nursing education requirements because of covid-19. This will be updated daily because it is a moving target.
The NCSBN will make modifications to both the NCLEX-RN® and NCLEX-PN® parameters as of October 1, 2020:
- The exam has a shortened time limit of five hours.
- The minimum number of true test items is 60.
- The maximum number of true test items is 130.
- 15 pretest items will be reintroduced so minimum length exam is 75 items and max is 145 items with these questions included.
- The difficulty level and passing standard is unchanged.
- The current Run Out of Time (root) scoring rule is no longer applicable. The final ability estimate is computed from the response to all completed items. Those scoring above the passing standard will have a passing exam, otherwise the exam will be scored as a fail.
- For NCLEX-RN®, the voluntary NGN Special Research Section will be reintroduced.
Lippincott® PassPoint can mimic these test parameters to help students practice for this modified exam.