By CeCelia R. Zorn
Changing into a Nurse Educator: discussion for an enticing profession is a realistic advisor constructed to assist new and rising nurse educators of their occupation improvement. Written in a straight-forward demeanour, it offers instructing stories combined with theoretical dialogue and particular educating innovations to help new nursing educators to find which means of their profession. This crucial advisor includes well known literature, nurse educator reports, tales, costs, and dialogue questions. changing into a Nurse Educator: discussion for a fascinating profession is a must have source for any nursing educator and nursing schooling scholars.
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As I go forward as teacher, I want to keep the art and impact of posing questions continually on my radar screen. For me, several “must remembers” plead for attention: (1) word the question distinctively, without vague phrases or embedded in general discussion, (2) summarize the students’ responses to affirm their thinking and repeat key ideas, (3) invite other students to elaborate (this moves discussion from only student–teacher interaction to student– student interaction), and (4) avoid “grilling” where the teacher bombards with multiple questions in sequence or poses a block of questions at once.
Break implies broken and fractured, sounds pinched and creased. Just as Margret and I paused in our teaching and learning through the day, the class also paused, all to breathe with a sigh of curiosity and conjecture and warmth. This experience was one of a hundred like it where Margret helped me see, helped me pause to explore another moment in time. PAUSES AT DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL Pauses are fundamental especially when we gingerly edge into a new place, pass over yet another threshold, move into nursing education.
M. “Doing education” does not follow us home, insinuate into our evenings, and shade our thoughts as Maggie Jones did in Vaneta Masson’s poem (Masson, 1991, pp. 56–60). Maggie Jones was the feisty and spirited woman of inner-city Washington, DC, who, as a patient, “followed” the nurse–poet home and affected Masson’s daily life. When we merely “do education,” then it does not follow us home. Pausing at this threshold into nursing education, as we depart and arrive, means asking again in a multilayered and deeper way: Who was the Cherry Ames for you?
Becoming a Nurse Educator: Dialogue for an Engaging Career by CeCelia R. Zorn