Blended Course Map: N785 Foundations of Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing Education
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Example of a blended course map from N785 Foundations of Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing Education
Name: Wendy Carry
SCID: School of Nursing
Course Name: N785 Foundations of Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing Education
Supported Program Outcomes:
- SPO1: Integrate nursing science and theory with evidence, ethics, and knowledge from other disciplines as the basis for specialty-focused advanced nursing practice.
- SPO2: Develop, implement, and evaluate new practice approaches based on nursing science and theory, as well as knowledge from other disciplines.
- CO1: Understanding the complex relationships between how the curriculum is defined in nursing education and how nursing curricula are planned and designed.
- CO2: Examining frameworks for nursing curricula and analyzing their implications for nursing practice.
- CO3:Identifying current and future nursing knowledge and skills and the implications for curriculum change.
- CO4: Designing evaluation and research of curriculum development in nursing education.
- CU1: Introduction to roles and responsibilities of nurse educators in the academic setting.
- CU2: Components of Curriculum, Philosophical Frameworks
- CU3: Curriculum Change & Faculty Development
- CU4: Current Topics in Nursing Education
- CU5: Learning Theories and Curriculum Design
- CU6: Evaluation and Research
Unit Being Redesigned:
- UO1: Analyze the impact of current trends and research reports on nursing curriculum and evaluation activities.
- UO2: Describe strategies that faculty might use to keep the curriculum current, dynamic, and aligned with evidenced based practice.
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*Billings & Halstead (2016) Chapter 6
*IOM Briefs: The Future of Nursing: Focus on Education/Leading Change, Advancing Health
*Benner, P., Sutphen, M., Leonard, V. & Day, L. (2010). In Educating Nurses: A call for radical transformation, pp.19 – 40. online
*Oermann, M. (2018) Chapter 1
*Keating (2018) Chapter 1 online
Introductory video from Dr. Crary
Dr. Donna Shalala U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services discusses the IOM Report: The Future of Nursing
Discussion Forum: What are your thoughts about the four recommendations presented in the Future of Nursing-Leading Change, Advancing Health brief? Do you agree with them? Do you think they can be accomplished?