Date(s) - 11/10/2017
Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas
Whether teaching experienced or new nurses in a clinical agency, nursing students in a classroom, or supervising clinical teaching, nurse educators appreciate the value of enhancing teaching practices to promote greater learning and retention. Today’s nurses and students require learning to be interesting, relevant, useful, and, maybe even fun! Incorporating innovative
strategies into personal teaching experiences make lessons more valuable for students AND faculty/teachers. This session will provide many easy-to-implement and adaptable strategies that may be used to augment learning, retention, and application to nursing practice.
Speaker: Judith W. Herrman, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
Judy is a nurse, educator, and researcher with a passion for nursing education and engaging the student in meaningful learning. Having taught at the associate degree and baccalaureate pre-licensure levels and as a Director of Staff Development in an acute care setting, Judy developed an interest in innovative teaching strategies to enhance student engagement, retention, and learning. This interest led to Judy’s publication of several articles and a book, Creative teaching strategies for the nurse educator in 2015, which is in its second edition. Judy just published her 100th publication and speaks nationally and internationally about education across the lifespan, nursing education, adolescent sexual decision-making, and adolescent health.
More information coming soon.