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Teaching

an interactive process that involves planning and implementing instructional activities to meet intended learner outcomes or providing activities that allow the learner to learn

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learning

a change in behavior, knowledge, skills, or attitudes

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cognitive learning

includes storing and recalling info in the brain

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psychomotor learning

involves learning a skill that requires both mental and physical activity

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Affective learning

involves changes in feelings, beliefs, attitudes, and values

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Motivation

desire from within

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Readiness

the demonstration of behaviors that indicate the learner is both motivated and able to learn at a specific time

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Feedback

info about the learner's performance

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Stages of cognitive development

- Preoperational stage- 2-7 yrs
- Stage of concrete operations- 7-11 yrs
- Formal operational stage- 11 yrs or older

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Health literacy

the ability to understand basic health info and services needed to make appropriate healthcare decisions

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Contractual agreements

statements of understanding between teacher and learner about how to achieve mutually set goals

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Teaching goals

broad in scope and set down what is expected as the final outcome of the teaching and learning process

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learning objectives

single, specific, one dimensional behaviors that must be completed to accomplish the goal

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Role modeling

the nurse teaches by example, demonstrating the behaviors and/or attitudes that learners should adopt

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The ANA standard 5B

The registered nurse employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment.
Measures of criteria:
- Provides health teaching
- Uses health promotion and health teaching methods
- Seeks opportunities for feedback and evaluation
- Uses info technologies to communicate health promotion and disease prevention
- Provides healthcare consumers with info about intended effects and potential adverse effects of proposed therapies