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Integration of study material in the problem-based learning method
English: Throughout the world educators are starting to realise that integrated curricula reflect the “real world”. Students learn how to integrate theory appropriately with practice and it stimulates higher order thinking ...
Adapting to and implementing a problem- and community-based approach to nursing education
English: The process of change, implemented by the School of Nursing at the University of the Orange Free State so that a paradigm shift in approaches to nursing education at undergraduate level could be achieved, is ...
Bridging the gap between self-directed learning of nurse educators and effective student support
Background: Self-directed learning requires the ability to identify one’s own learning needs, develop and implement a plan to gain knowledge and to monitor one’s own progress. A lifelong learning approach cannot be forced, ...
Adult learning: what nurse educators need to know about mature students
Background: Most nurse educators regard students who enter postgraduate studies as adult learners capable of self-direction and independent learner behaviour. Therefore, a mismatch between the nurse educator’s expectation ...