kcStudentRn 638 Views
Joined: Mar 16, '11;
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This is a really nice and informal teaching plan - as you stated in the opening. thank you so much for taking the time to post it - I am writing up a teaching plan for this very thing right now as a 2nd semester student. I wanted to get some ideas on where to start with this - very helpful.
As for some of the responses - that is about as catty as walking in to the L&D unit. Even in 2nd semester - I know that you have to tailor the plan to the slowest kid in the class - then if they are able to grasp you can go deeper into detail. I don't know how you all are taught to teach your patients - but we are taught to start on a 5th grade level as far as language and basic concepts are concerned. It does no good to say a bunch of fancy things if the patient doesn't speak the language. After all, it is very much like learning Latin - without the conjugations of course.
No need to come down so hard on someone for sharing - I think she already made it out of nursing school.
just sayin' - we can be constructive in our critiscisms.
Anyway, I thought it was a very good plan. Again, thank you for taking the time to post it, it was an effective tool for me.
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