Offering a path to success for everyone: Creating an inclusive environment in nursing education
Christie Cavallo, MSN, RN, EdD(c), CNE, CNEcl
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Inclusion is the practice of providing equal access to opportunities and resources to those who might otherwise by excluded or marginalized. Students in our nursing education classrooms are in danger of being excluded due to many factors: poverty, race, religion, sexual preference, nationality, disabilities, culture, language, previous education, ideology, need to work, etc. It is our responsibility as nurse educators to purposefully create an inclusive learning environment in nursing education so that everyone we teach has a path to success.
- Identify the necessity to purposefully create an inclusive learning environment in nursing education
- Recognize potential roadblocks to inclusivity in current practices in nursing education
- Learn strategies to constructing an inclusive learning environment to implement in their own practice to foster success for all nursing students
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|Keywords||Inclusive Learning Environment;
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