hsn548 | Graduate
Role Of The Health Care/nursing Educator
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues
- Determine responsibilities of educators in meeting the standards of regulatory and/or accreditation bodies.
- Summarize the legal and ethical implications of the role of an educator in a higher education setting.
Evaluating Effective Teaching
- Explain ways of using evaluations to improve teaching effectiveness.
- Describe ways of monitoring effectiveness of teaching plans.
Trends and Issues that Impact Educator Role
- Establish the importance to health care faculty of competence in technology application.
- Examine the impact of various health care and educational trends on the educational process and the role of the educator.
- Identify professional organizations and networking opportunities for faculty in higher education.
- Develop a strategic plan for preparing for the educator role in a higher education setting.
Role of the Educator
- Discuss the characteristics of the role of an educator in a higher education setting.
- Profile the various educator roles available to health care professionals.
Expectations of Educators in Various Settings
- Examine responsibilities in the educator role in higher education setting.
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