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    Para Educator

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    In the United States today there are more than 930,000 Para educators. Para educator is a broad term and includes different job titles. These titles include aides, assistants and instructional helper. Those titles include many responsibilities. Though there are many para educators today, it is still unknown to many teachers how to effectively use a Para educator’s time. This causes disputes between many teachers and para educators (Morrisette, Morrisette, & Julien). The para professional emerged during WWII with a shortage of teachers. It did not gain popularity until the 60s and 70s. They were originally hired to take on clerical and maid duties of a teachers. Slowly para professionals gained a role in classrooms. They soon began to take…

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    Biofeedback In Nursing

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    negatively related to the level of anxiety in the participant (Ratanasiripong, 2012). The author concludes by saying that the results of the study show that it is “imperative that the nursing educators continue the effort to help nursing students manage their stress and anxiety during this important process” (Ratanasiripong, 2012). This conclusion is reasonable, and the review believes the utilization of the intervention is beneficial during a clinical. The researcher claims in the conclusion…

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    The gratification I experienced when new nurses had that aha moment and understood the complex concepts I was teaching was so rewarding it resulted in me became passionate about teaching. I have been told that I have a talent for breaking down complicated processes into manageable chunks of information, allowing the new nurse to assimilate the entire concept. After successfully precepting graduate nurses on a one on one basis, I was promoted to the role of a clinical educator where I taught…

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    level of Benner’s theory, “nursing educators have realized that learning needs at the early stages of clinical knowledge development are different from those required at later stages” (Alligood & Tomey, 2010, p. 151). The theory of novice to expert has reinforced the understanding and importance of developing educational programs around the knowledge and background experience of students (Alligood & Tomey, 2010, p. 151). Limitations of Benner’s Theory The one limitation I can find with the…

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    to because failure is not an option (Stanley, 2011). In applying my transformational leadership style to my role as an educator, I plan on using knowledge and training to stimulate and inspire new innovative…

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    Heart & Soul of a Nurse Educator The courage to teach comes from within the heart and soul of the educator. Throughout history, teachers have provided the inspiration for students to excel and make life better for the communities around them. Educators have also hurt students through a disconnect between themselves, the students, and the subject matter. The passion to teach comes from within, as does the heartbreak when students fail. A nurse educator that loves teaching will inspire,…

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    disciplines and along with this they know the expectations from the students by the end of their programs in results to their knowledge and competencies (Billings & Halstead, 2016, p. 94). Faculty shortage is interwoven with students accepted into the nursing program which in turn results in nursing staff shortage. If there is not enough of faculty the number of students that can be enrolled in the program will become limited. The number of administrators and leaders will also be affected. In…

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    mind the end goal to demonstrate whether the deceiving truly happened or not. In cases like this, nurse educators must be mindful so as not to violate any laws identifying with protection. The Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students (1967), states "In all circumstances, procedural reasonable play obliges that an understudy accused of unfortunate behavior be educated of the way of the charges and be given a reasonable chance to discredit them, that the foundation not be subjective in…

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    Practicum Application No. 2 Many Early Childhood Education teachers now practice the Guidance Approach to class discipline and furthering student development. The pre-kindergarten class in which I observed this practice involves a class of twenty students, one certified teacher, and one paraprofessional. This class had no significant mistaken behavioral issues, measured at a level two or three, at any point in any of my observations with this class over the last three months. Thus, the…

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    You Teaching? 1. What impact does this teacher’s actions and attitudes have on the students and paraprofessionals in the class? (CC9K2) The impact that this teacher’s actions and attitudes have on her students and her paraprofessionals, is that it shows an unwillingness to help. Instead of making sure that her students are actually learning something, and her paraprofessionals actually getting real experience in a special education classroom, the teacher would rather give the busy work, and read…

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