Differences Between Nursing And Secondary Education

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For instance, Ray and John both live in New York. Ray is a CEO of one of the biggest companies in New York and makes more than $100,000 a year. On the contrary, John, the maintenance man who works for that same company, makes a measly $30,000 a year. These men may be different, but they both have one thing in common: they make choices. According to Susan Perry, the average “adult makes about 35,000 remotely conscious decisions each day”. Some decisions are little such as eating breakfast, brushing their teeth, or even what clothes they choose to wear, but there will be a time where both John and Ray make one decision that molds their entire lives. One significant decision in a college student’s life is deciding what they want to major in. This …show more content…
A person’s values reflect their personality, and play an important role in decision making and critical thinking. Nurses must be able to provide emotional support, and in order to do this successfully they themselves must be emotionally stable. For instance, if a patients’ family is grieving a nurse must know how to react and how to comfort them. Most nurses will do everything in their power to do what is best for their patients and their families, and they are often very selfless when doing so. If a student decides to pursue a career in nursing, they must be compassionate and considerate towards others. In other words, nurses must have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to patients’ families, patients, and their doctors by using their critical thinking skills, and should remember that the people they deal with on a daily basis are just as human as they are. Likewise, it is essential for a high school teacher to have the same degree of compassion as a nurse. Teachers must genuinely care about every single one of their students: even the troublemakers. Teachers also must innately contain the ability to teach out of the passion of their own heart since there are little to no incentives for K-12 teachers nowadays. Teachers must also be flexible and understanding to effectively deal with students who learn non-traditionally, and should be open to suggestions from these

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