Can concept mapping be used as a strategy to engage learners in nursing education?
Janet K. Garwood, MSN (Ed), RN; Angela M. Schooley, PhD -- College of Nursing, Purdue University Northwest, Westville, Indiana, USA
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Nursing educators must select teaching and learning strategies which engage students and which promote higher-level critical thinking. This presentation explores the impact of using concept maps on faculty engagement and impact on critical thinking.
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