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    diffusion of treatment, maturation, selection, testing, instrumentation, and history.” 5. Identify theoretical framework. Bowling’s theoretical framework is based off Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory and Zull’s extended explanation of Kolb’s theory (Bowling, 2015). Medium- fidelity and low-fidelity simulations are two experiential learning experiences that allow the students to use various functions of the brain in a safe environment. This creates a higher retention of knowledge, skills, and…

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    Such as, expertise in computing enables us to solve complex, challenging problems. Computing drives innovation in the sciences, engineering and business. Computer science is challenging, and yet dynamic. It requires people in the field to keep learning and pushing their limits. I, however, had never thought about pursuing computer science as a career until I took an introductory class in my junior year. It sparked my interest and changed my thoughts after seeing what I could do with some simple…

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    The practitioner-scholar is a master level individual that have or is pursuing their degree. They develop techniques, evaluating and undertaking tactics in resolving problems; and developing their skills to amalgamate testing, analyzing and concept (Capella, 2003). Scholar-Practitioner is a doctoral degree holder that is pursuing their advanced degree. They’re individuals that connect and analyzes, test, review, writes, and theory along with practice (McClintock, (2003). In the field of…

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    and India. The interactions have allowed me appreciate their emotions and reaction to different situations. My involvement in developing academic partnerships and exchange programs provided me insights on the cultural and communication barriers, learning aptitudes, and collaborative educational models. I have successfully recruited and mentored many…

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    Annotated bibliography Bruce, Tin, Learning Through Play, London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 2001, Print. This book features a lot of key topics associated with learning through play. Throughout the book Bruce describes how children learn during the early stages of their life. Bruce highlights key theories and practices on how aspiring teachers can promote learning through play. She believed the purpose of play is to bring together what they know in a connected and whole way. She suggests…

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    real-world situations they may experience on the job. It is well recognized that although faculty continue to rely on lecture as the primary method for presenting clinical information to nursing students (Brannan, White & Bezanson, 2008), experiential learning enhances student assimilation, synthesis (Dewey, 1963; Kolb, 1984), and the application of clinical concepts…

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    is as a planned activity conducted by a qualified facilitator that occurs after a simulated-based learning experience. During debriefing sessions, participants are encouraged to engage in reflective thinking, explore emotions, ask questions, and provide constructive feedback to one another (Meakim et al., 2013). The goal of the debriefing process is to assist participants to reflect on their learning experience in order to examine the meaning and implications of actions during the simulation…

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    Humanism Research Paper

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    Humanism About humanism Humanism as an approach to manage direction and learning perspective was being delivered since the 1960s as a separation to cognitivism and behaviorism and the perspective of a person as a question in consistent demand. Humanism starts from the confidence in trademark human goodness and contrasts Sigmund Freud's and natural systems, which ensure human direct and recognition are controlled by association and before events. Most basic humanist makers that shaped this…

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    action. The purpose and importance of motivation should be clearly understood by teachers. The fundamental aim of motivation is to stimulate and to facilitate learning activity that needs to be motivated and guided towards desirable ends. Learning is self-initiated, but it must be aided by motives so that the learner will persist in the learning activity. It is important to get the learner into the state of readiness for it to increase the alertness, vigour and wholeheartedness of…

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    In general, I did not feel that facilitating the group was as daunting as I was thinking it would be. Before the experiential portion of class, I was very nervous about how well I would manage as a group facilitator. I was afraid that I wouldn’t function properly and end up invalidating someone’s feelings, or making them feel embarrassed, and even embarrassing myself. However, when the activity started, I became less and less fearful of the process. I think that having a co-facilitator at…

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