Table of Contents

Effective learning: what teachers need to know.
Diversity in the classroom.
Strategies for innovation.
Critical thinking in the health professions.
The teaching-learning experience from a generational perspective.
Esthetic action: creativity as a collaborative process.
Lighten up your classroom.
Lecture: reclaiming a place in pedagogy.
Problem-based learning.
In-class and electronic communication strategies to enhance reflective practice.
Debate as a teaching strategy.
Games are multidimensional in educational situations.
Role play.
High-fidelity patient simulation.
The new skills laboratory: application of theory, teaching, and technology.
Innovation in facilitating learning using simulation.
Interprofessional education.
The use of video in health profession education.
Multimedia in the classroom: creating learning experiences with technology.
Electric communication strategies.
Web 2.0 and beyond: emerging technologies that enhance teaching and learning.
Blended learning.
Distance education: successful teaching-learning strategies.
Web-based instruction.
Philosophical approaches to clinical instruction.
Crafting the clinical experience: a toolbox for healthcare professionals.
Nursing process mapping.
The preceptored clinical experence.
Student learning in a faculty-student practice clinic.
Service learning.
Study abroad as a strategy for nursing education: a case study.
Programmatic evaluation.
Assessment of learning and evaluation strategies.
Student evaluation of teaching.
The clinical pathway: a tool to evaluate clinical learning.
Evaluation of teaching resources.