Utilizing creative teaching strategies for meaningful virtual deliberate hands-on nursing skills practice during the COVID-19 pandemic
Cara Morrill-Stoklosa, DNP, MSN, Ed., RN, Clinical Assistant Professor and Bernadette Clark, MSN, RN, Coordinator of the Learning and Simulation Center
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- Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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Discussion and demonstration of creative teaching strategies and tools utilized for remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. These strategies allowed for instructional consistency in promoting hands-on deliberate practice to build familiarity and comfort with specific nursing skills while maintaining the rigor expected from an accredited School of Nursing.
1. Understand steps taken to develop effective virtual deliberate hands-on nursing skills practices and testing experiences to maintain the rigor of face-to-face instruction
2. Recognize practice and testing experiences utilizing a platform such as Zoom™ assit in obtaining required clinical hours per University standards and yield similar results to face-to-face testing
3. Identify the effectiveness of virtual deliberate hands-on nursing skills practices and testing experiences for students who may be unable to attend if appropriate tools are provided
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