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    Tracheostomy Care Essay

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    There is a vast body of knowledge related to teaching and learning. Not only is it important for educators to be aware of this theoretical work, but they must be able to integrate this knowledge in a way where they can translate it into practice. Educators must use a variety of teaching methods and strategies to meet the needs of learners. This paper will provide a guide for a new educator to facilitate a tracheostomy care in-service to nurses, using a multimodal approach. Keywords: teaching methods, nurses, education, strategies, A Teaching Guide for Educators and the Teaching of Tracheostomy Care Clinical educators are in a unique position where they have the ability to influence the professionals they teach and in turn the patients cared…

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    Dr. Best teaching method included clinical scenarios and I shared clinical perspective of administration of Vancomycin and important nursing consideration with patients taking this medication. The trough level are drawn and monitor to make adjustments to medication. Teaching strategies used were writing on the white board and critical thinking scenarios. Disseminating knowledge on Vancomycin in the classroom setting was a great teaching and learning experience. Dr. Best and I discussed…

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    learning in math class I prefer more of a hands on teaching style, teachers that stand up and lecture the whole class make learning harder. A teaching philosophy is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning (https://cei.umn.edu/support-services/tutorials/writing-teaching-philosophy). Every teacher has their own way of teaching, whether it be hands on or they prefer to lecture more. There are six basic teaching philosophies, these include perennialism, essentiaism,…

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    The evidence I have for the collegiate/peer feedback is the comment I received from the mentor teacher on my self-evaluation form, the self-evaluation form for the self-assessment/reflection, and 3 students surveys from each of the three classes that I taught for the student feedback (see Appendix 1). Area of strength An area of strength for my teaching practice would be the different teaching methods and multiple forms of literacy that I’ve included in the lessons, as I have been trying to…

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    explores the idea of changing business practices. Wu writes about business practices being separated into closed off practices and open ones. In Cathy Davidson's essay, “Project Classroom Makeover,” Davidson talks about the need for the American school system’s old method and new method to be merged together in order to implement a new teaching method. In the essays the old way of thinking is challenged and a new way is introduced. In both situations one ideal model cannot completely replace the…

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    a good way to practice teaching in a classroom setting. It can be challenging because of the requirements needed to comply and complete the program aside from managing a classroom. The knowledge I’ve gained from my seven years experience working as a Special Education Assistant has given me many insights on how to handle a class. Additionally, my training as a Behavior Therapist helps me manage the behavior issues of my students with disabilities. Domain A: Making Subject Matter Comprehensible…

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    The definition of math anxiety according to math.about.com is fear of completing math correctly, our minds blanking out which causes frustration, and having time limits to complete tests and exams. Math anxiety is a much talked about subject among students. The causes are from beastly experiences, lack of good presentation, and poor teaching. This paper discusses the tips to overcome math anxiety, my own personal math experiences, and strategies for success. Usually there are certain people…

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    When it comes to teaching methods, is it fair to say that one is better than another? Not all teaching methods and strategies are the same, and great consideration should be taken when deciding which teaching strategy to pursue in a classroom. Universal preventive intervention is a strategy that have been proven through various studies and research to be highly effective. This strategy not only greatly impacts the students’ academic careers, but also reaches many personal aspects of the…

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    The following is a brief overview of the current recruitment and selection methods used by the Southwood School. Definition Advantage Disadvantage Application Form Campus Recruiting/educational Institutions • Can hire people to grow with the organization • Plentiful sources of talent • Time consuming • Only appropriate for certain types of experience levels • Only posted once in a newspaper publication which limited the amount of candidates applying for the position • Not provided online or…

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    When I was first presented this task of interviewing another educator, I was apprehensive because the concepts that are being addressed in the prompts are so important to a teacher’s personal teaching philosophy. These prompts almost appeared to be questions that one might hear at a job interview for a teaching position. I did not at first want to subject a colleague to these questions, as they require so much deeper though and inquiry from the teacher. That is why I first answered the questions…

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