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PLACEMENT: First Year HOURS OF INSTRUCTION Theory :150 Hours Practical :150 Hours Total : 300 Hours
COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to assist students to develop a broad understanding of fundamental principles, trends and issues related to education and nursing education. Further, it would provide opportunity to students to understand, appreciate and acquire skills in teaching and evaluation, curriculum development, implementation, maintenance of standards and accreditation of various nursing educational programs. OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, students will be able to: 1. Explain the aims of education, philosophies, trends in education and health: its impact on nursing education. 2. Describe the teaching learning process. 3. Prepare and utilize various instructional media and methods in teaching learning process. 4. Demonstrate competency in teaching, using various instructional strategies. 5. Critically analyze the existing nursing educational programs, their problems, issues and future trends. 6. Describe the process of curriculum development, and the need and the methodology of curriculum changes, innovation and integration. 7. Plan and conduct continuing nursing education programs. 8. Critically analyze the existing teacher preparation programs in nursing. 9. Demonstrate skill in guidance and counseling. 10. Describe the problems and issues related to administration of nursing curriculum including selection and organization of clinical experience. 11. Explain the development of standards and accreditation process in nursing education programs. 12. Identify research priorities in nursing education. 13. Discuss various models of collaboration in nursing education and services. 14. Explain the concept, principles, steps, tools and techniques of evaluation.
Construct, administer and evaluate various tools for assessment of knowledge, skill and attitude.
4 MO T L T/L Activities Students to apply various philosophies of educations to nursing education. Developing learning resource material using different media Instructional aids –types. Purposes of nursing education in India. Competency based education (CBE) and outcome based education (OBE). multi media. Concepts of Nursing education History of Nursing education in India Philosophy and objectives of Nursing education. discussion. problem based learning (PBL). simulation. elements and writing of educational objectives. uses. Instructional design: Planning and designing the lesson. Issues & trends in nursing education. selection. 4 L Prepare educational objectives on various domains 10 5 L/D Visit to IEC Bureau . economical. Development of effective study habits. its need and importance. workshop. roleplay (socio drama). types. micro teaching. computer assisted learning (CAL). selfdirected learning (SDL). Clinical teaching methods. relationship between teaching and learning. Teacher’s role in procuring and managing instructional Aids – project and non projected aids. political & technological changes on education: • Professional education • Current trends and issue in education • Educational reforms and national educational policy • Trends in development of nursing education in India. concepts. levels. theories of teaching and learning. and utilization. formats. project. INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA AND METHOD Key concepts in the selection and use of media in education. symposium. programmed instruction. aims. seminar. domains. philosophies & their education implication. video-tele conferencing etc. Educational aims and objectives . panel. computer assisted instruction (CAI). preparation. Instruction strategies: Lecture. Scientific approach in Nursing Current issues and emerging trends in Nursing education Liberal education and Nursing Education TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS Concepts of teaching and learning: Definition. Impact of social. laboratory. writing lesson plan: meaning. Present the history of nursing education in India. demonstration.COURSE CONTENT UNIT TOPIC THEORY PRATICALS I II III INTRODUCTION Education: Definition.
post certificate B. 03 02 L/D VIII NURSING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Perspectives of nursing education: Global and national. Principles of Assessment. SCORING AND REPORTING OF TESTS Administrating a test. critical incident technique Question bank –preparation. achievement. tests for special mental and physical abilities and disabilities. Principles. attitude scale. checklist. Patterns of nursing education and training program in India . characteristics. OSCE/OSPE (objective structured clinical/practical examination) • Differential scales. Objective tests. problems in evaluation and measurement. reliability. item analysis STANDARDIZED TOOLS 02 MO T L/D T/L Activities 02 L/D Relate evaluation to educational objective 08 06 L/D Construct tests Reliability validity 03 03 L/D Reliability validity 08 06 L/D Test of intelligence aptitude. .UNIT TOPIC THEORY PRATICALS IV V VI VII MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION Concept and nature of measurement and Evaluation. validation. methods of scoring..Sc Nursing. Visit to nursing institutionsANM.Sc. M. usability. Meaning. • Essay. personality. norms. formatting and summative assessment – internal assessment external examination. nurse practitioner programs Observe various tests – personality. Formulate an aptitude test. Basic B. and summated scales. interest. Relating evaluation procedures to objectives. moderation by panel. construction of tests. utilization Developing a system for maintaining Confidentiality ADMINISTRATION. advantages and disadvantages. B. GNM. grading versus marks.Non – university and university programs: ANM. purpose. STANDARDIZED AND NON STANDARDIZED TEST Meaning. EVALUATION PROCESS Defining objectives for evaluation purposes. Formative and summative summative evaluation. aptitude & intelligence. anecdotal record. scoring. objectivity validity. scoring essay test.Sc. short answer questions and multiple-choice questions. M. • Rating scales. M Phil and Ph D Post diploma program.Sc. Nursing. Characteristics of evaluation. Criterion and norm referenced evaluation. Sc (N). GNM. sociometry. socioeconomic status scale.
Mission statement. curriculum determinants. Evaluation strategies. Current trends in clinical learning experiences. qualities. Research in continuing education. Formulation of philosophy. role of students. Distance education in nursing.UNIT TOPIC THEORY PRATICALS IX X CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING Concepts –Definition. process & steps of curriculum development. process of curriculum change. course plan. administrators Statutory bodies and other stakeholders. implementation. nature of teaching Characteristics of good teaching. Principles of teaching Maxims of teaching Levels of teaching Characteristics of an effective teacher Innovations in teaching Modification of teacher behaviour Teacher-roles & responsibilities. scope. characteristics. resources. and evaluation. Formulate question Analysis of nursing education programme in Maharashtra / India. competencies. educational objectives for a nursing education programme Formulate educational objectives for various lessons – eg. Communication process in teaching. need. Selection and organization of learning experiences. function. assessments of learning needs priorities. unit plan. importance. Master plan. curriculum models types and framework. of continuing education programs. Curriculum committee 03 MO T L/D T/L Activities Plan CNE programme & conduct 10 5 L Selection of Text books Assignments 06 04 L/D XI TEACHER PREPARATION Definition. Med/Surg Ng Select learning experiences for a specific subject Application of principles and maxims of teaching. objectives. Program planning. lesson plan. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Definition. principles of adult learning. Preparation of professional teacher Organizing professional aspects of teacher preparation programs Questioning technique Evaluation: self and peer Prepare the Mission statement philosophy. faculty. Equivalency of courses: transcripts. FON. . credit system. Critical analysis of various programs of teacher education in India.
public relation. Presentation 03 02 L/D Visit to educational Institutional Plan to set-up a SON/CON 04 04 L/D Formulate objectives as per the domains and subject . budgeting. library services. Responsibilities of the nurse administrator in student guidance and counseling Guidance and counseling services : diagnostic and remedial. hostels Development and maintenance of standards and accreditation in nursing education program. Difference between guidance and counseling. welfare services. implementation and evaluation. Formulation and statement of objectives Classification of Objectives. staffing. Concept of faculty supervisor (dual) position.planning. Professional preparation and training for counseling. Role of profession Association and Unions OBJECTIVES AND THEIR CLASSIFICATION Meaning of educational objectives. performance appraisal. Role of Indian Nursing Council. case work and characteristics of counselor. organizing. State Registration Nursing Councils. Board and University. Taxonomy of educational objectives. Purpose and Phases of counseling Need for guidance and counseling in nursing education. Curriculum research in nursing. ADMINISTRATION OF NURSING CURRICULUM Role of curriculum coordinator. Different models of collaboration between education and service MANAGEMENT OF NURSING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Planning. Evaluation of educational program in nursing course and program Factors influencing faculty staff relationship and techniques of working together. Techniques of counseling: Interview. Types of guidance and counseling. Problems of guidance and counseling. Coordination and organization of services.UNIT TOPIC THEORY PRATICALS XII XIII XIV XV GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING Concepts and principles of guidance and counseling. discipline. Objectives and learning outcomes. recruitment. 07 03 MO T L/D T/L Activities Role play 04 05 L/D Evaluate an educational programme.
Sc nursing students. problem based learning (PBL). personality. XVII I INTERNAL ASSESSMENT 02 04 L/D Need for internal assessment Component of Internal assessment system. slow learners. Group Dynamics • Framing philosophy. prepare cumulative records for students. • Observe and practice application of various non-standardized tests (intelligence.) • Prepare aptitude test for entrance exams of B. • Educational visit – Educational institutions –GNM. administer and determine reliability and validity. laboratory. panel. units plan. rotation plans. symposium.UNIT TOPIC THEORY PRATICALS XVI XVII STRATEGIES OF TEACHING Lecture. Intelligence. Individual differences. mentally handicapped. • Visit to schools – gifted children. rating scale etc). Sensitivity training and transactional analysis. computer assisted learning (CAL). sociometry. project. simulation. • Preparation and utilization of instructional aids using different media. micro teaching. deaf & dumb & visually impaired . discussion. • Construct. PLANNED ACTIVITIES: • Panel discussion/group presentation – Educational psychology – Theories and laws of learning and teaching.Sc Nursing Programme. Validity of Internal assessment. computer assisted instruction (CAI). Prepare an internal assessment system for particular education programme. • Prepare rotation plan for clinical practice • Planning and organizing field visits • Plan. B Sc. 02 04 L/D Clinical evaluation methods Written communication methods as clinical evaluation. programmed instruction. • Prepare a plan for evaluation of the students in the B. Training for nursing leadership. Diploma course etc • Field visits (INC/SNC) to get familiar with recognition / registration process. Personality. workshop. Conduct practical examination for undergraduat e students. seminar. self-directed learning (SDL). conduct and evaluate a continuing nursing education workshop • Annotated bibliography 10 • Critical evaluation of any nursing education program offered by a selected institution.Develop course plan. aptitude. physical and mental disabilities tests. role-play (socio drama) Clinical teaching methods. EVALUATION OF CLINICAL PRACTICE IN NUSTING 10 02 MO T L/D T/L Activities Role play Supervise students in the clinical area. demonstration. Motivation. • Design a curriculum for a basic B. administrator and evaluate tools (objective & essay type test. Advantage and Disadvantage of Internal assessment Formulate clinical evaluation criteria. observation checklist. aims and objectives of an educational Institution • Lesson Planning • Micro teaching –2 • Conduct Practice teaching using different teaching strategies –10 (Classroom –5.Demonstration • Construct a written objectives type test for the lessons taken.Sc nursing programme. Oral communication methods as clinical evaluation. • Construct tests.
Curriculum Planning 3. Journal Presentation Weightage 25 50 25 75 25 25 10 15 ---------------------250 ---------------------PRACTICAL 1. II. Seminar / Presentation 4. VI.Construction of tests /rotation plan 50 25 25 ----------------------100 ---------------------- .METHODS OF TEACHING Method of teaching •Lecture cum discussion •Demonstration •Seminar/Presentation •Project work •Field visits •Workshop Methods of evaluation •Written Tests •Class room /Clinical teaching •Presentation •Project work •Written assignments INTERNAL ASSESSMENT THEORY Techniques 1. III ii) Unit IV.Practice teaching –1 2. Annotated bibliography 5.Preparation /use learning resource material-1 3. Written Tests X 4 i) Unit I. Conduct Workshop / Short Term Course 25 25 50 (total of 10 practice teachings) 25 ---------------------125 ---------------------UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION WRITTEN EXAMINATION - 75 marks PRACTICAL 1. V. VII iii) Measurement & Evaluation iv) Prefinal Examination 2. Learning resource material 2. Assignment (AV Aids) 3. Practice teaching 4.
Doabra house. II Edn. David Mckay Company Inc. Curriculum and Instruction in Nursing. “Principles of Curriculum Development and Evaluation”.B. “Nursing Education”. Inc. Judith A: Teaching in Nursing: A guide for faculty.P. Educational Handbook for Health Personnel. Prentice Hall Inc. New Delhi. 15. R. Kathleen k. New Yotk. Bhuiyan. 12. KrathwohoL. Diane M & HALSTEAD. Sanatombi Elsa. etc. 18. CBS Publishers & Distributors. Nursing staff development and continuing Education. “Manipal Manual of Nursing Education”. London. 1986. New York. Affective Domain I. 16.New York.C. Taxonomy of educational objectives: cognitive domain I David Mckay CO. 1978. Em Olivia. Little Brown Company. 22. Benjamin S Ed. 1970. 13. 17. 4. Taxonomy of educational objectives. Ed-4 . 1998. Barbara: Innovating teaching strategies in Nursing. Imogene M. Kamala & BHATIA. Models of teaching. etc. Current issues in Nursing Publishing Company Inc. Jaypee brothers. “ The Art of Teaching Medical Students”. 10.B. St. “ Principles. New York. Fuszard. 5. Keay.LR Educational evaluation and measurement Competencies for analysis and Application.. 2005. George Kurian Aleyamma. 19. Saunders. Charles E. Vikas Publishing House PVT Ltd. Ed –4. 1982. Oxford University Press. 1995. Supe. Medical Education Technology Cell. 7.1985. 11.Books for Reference 1. A History of education in India and Pakistan. Andrea B. David. O. Basavanthappa B. Bhatia. Englewood Cliffs. Mccloskey. Bevis. 14. New Jersey. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. Principles and methods of teaching.MERILL publishers Co. Philadelphia. Concepts and process Appleton – Century crafts.1989. Guinee. 2nd edn.B. 2006. Louis. Modley. Ist Edn. 2. Ed-2. Company. Connecticut. etc. W. New York. 1964. Doris M. DOABA guide 9. King. J J . 8. 1986.2002. Maryland. . 1956. 21. Aspen Publishers Inc. Bonston.F E. C V Mosby Co.T.Edn I. Joanne C & GRACE. 1978.D. Geneva. Rege. 6. 3. Billing. 1995. Joyce. Curriculum Building in Nursing: A Process. Connor.. Gay. Springer Publishing Co . Macmillan. 1956. Advancing Nursing Education world wide. Helen K. Norwalk. Guilbert. Ed-2. “ Text book of Nursing Education”. Aggarwal J. Vivekanandha Press. Jaypee brothers. Bloom. 20. 2002. methods &Techniques of Teaching”. World Health Organization. Neeraja K. New Delhi. Columbus . 1986.
MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES M.Sc NURSING PRACTICE TEACHING PROFORMA FOR LESSON PLAN TOPIC SUB TOPIC: UNIT: DATE: TIME: VENUE: CLASS TAUGHT: METHOD OF TEACHING: AUDIO VISUAL AIDS: PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE OF THE GROUP: NAME OF THE STUDENT: NAME OF THE GUIDE: GENERALOBJECTIVE: SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: SN SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE DURATION CONTENT INTRODUCTION CONTENT CONCLUSION ASSIGNMENT REFRENCES TEACHER/ LEARNER ACTIVITY AUDIO VISUAL AIDS B/B ACTIVITY EVALU ATION .
Clear. STUDENT TEACHER PERSONALITY • • • Appearance grooming Confidence Mannerisms 05 TOTAL MARKS Remarks of the Evaluator / Guide: 50 Signature of the evaluator / Guide: Signature of the Student : .Group --------------------------Topic -------------------------------------Place ---------------------------Name Of The Evaluator -----------------------------------Date & Time ------------------- SN 1. ASSIGNMENT • • • • • Appropriate to the lesson Clear Motivating Explained to the students Feedback given to the students 05 7. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT • • • • • • • • • • • Physical set up of classroom (Seating) Classroom light adequate Well ventilated Motivates student 05 3. QUESTIONING TECHNIQUE • • • • • Questions equally addressed to all Well worded questions.Sc NURSING PRACTICE TEACHING PROFORMA FOR EVALUATION Name Of The Student ------------------------------------. CRITERIA LESSON PLAN • • • • General objectives stated clearly Specific objectives stated in behavioral terms Lesson plan followed in sequence Bibliography upto date and complete Maximum Marks 10 Marks Obtained 2.MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES M. well modulated. audible. clear and visible Creativity Used effectively at the right time 10 5. no ambiquity Thought provoking questions Sufficient time allowed for answering Questions relevant and challenging 05 6. PRESENTATION Coverage of subject content Depth of Knowledge Integration of subject matter Speech. Explanation and clarification Use of current literature Time limit 10 4. USE OF AUDIO VISUAL AIDS • • • Relevant.
5 25 Signature of the Guide. 5 5 2. Signature of the Student: . FOR SEMINAR CRITERIA MARKS ALLOTTED 2 3 MARKS OBTAINED AIMS &OBJECTIVES ORGANISATION OF CONTENT- Coverage of content. logical 3. 5.EVALUATION CRITERIA SN 1. 7. Simple to complex. 2. PRESENTATION • Introduction • Coverage of subject content • Sequencing • Depth of Knowledge • Integration of subject matter • Explanation and clarification • Use of current literature • Time limit AUDIOVISUAL AIDS SPEAKER’S QUALITIES GROUP DISCUSSION REFERENCES TOTAL MARKS Remarks of the Guide: 5 4. 6.5 2.
3. 2.EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR JOURNAL PRESENTATION SN 1. 4. CRITERIA SELECTION OF THE TOPIC ( RELEVANCY & CONTENT) PRESENTATION APPLICATION GROUP DISCUSSION TOTAL SCORE SCORE ALLOTTED 5 5 2 3 15 .
furniture and other facilities. models. equipments. iii)Lesson Plan. Internal & University. v)Evaluation system. iv)Rotation Plan. vi)Assignments vii)Field visits viii)Suggested Bibliography . of students per batch Male /Female reservations Budget Teaching/ non teaching staff Blue print of the college building AV aids No of Books/ Journals – Library facilities Laboratories Demonstration lab. Nutrition lab MCH Lab/ Community health lab Museum Scheme of Teaching and Examination GUIDELINES FOR WRITING THE ASSIGNMENT ON CURRICULUM PLANNING Mission statement Philosophy Aims & Objectives Course outline ii)Unit Plan.GUIDE LINES FOR PRESENTATION OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION SCHOOL/ COLLEGE OF NURSING Name of the institution Type of the institution Head of the institution Organizational chart Course conducted No. space.
Long Answer (12 marks) a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 Q 2. 3 Hours Marks -75 Section –I (Marks –38) Q 1. Long Answer (10 marks) a) 4 b) 6 Q3 Write Short notes on Any Three 3x5 a) b) c) d) e) (15 marks) .SC NURSING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTING Date : Duration. NASHIK NURSING EDUCATION M. Long Answer (12 marks) a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 Q 2. Long Answer (11 marks) a) 2 b) 4 c) 5 Q3 Write Short notes on Any Three 3X5 a) b) c) d) e) (15 marks) Section –II (Marks –37) Q1. Q 1.MAHARASTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES.
17. 1978. Company. Springer Publishing Co . Educational Handbook for Health Personnel.. DOABA guide 9. St. Nursing staff development and continuing Education. 16. Joyce.B.F E. Basavanthappa B. New Delhi. 1978. Keay.New York. Columbus . New Delhi. “ Principles. Neeraja K. 18. methods &Techniques of Teaching”. W. Guinee. Doabra house.Edn I. Aspen Publishers Inc. Connecticut. David. World Health Organization. Barbara: Innovating teaching strategies in Nursing.. New York. Current issues in Nursing Publishing Company Inc. Benjamin S Ed. Vivekanandha Press. New York. Bonston. Prentice Hall Inc. Jaypee brothers. Gay. London. Kathleen k.P. etc. etc. 12. Bhatia. Macmillan. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. . Inc. 21. Rege. etc.MERILL publishers Co. Imogene M. Supe. Ist Edn. Bevis. 1964. 5. New York. Ed-2. 1986. 1995. Joanne C & GRACE. 14. 10. Andrea B. “Manipal Manual of Nursing Education”. KrathwohoL. 13. New Jersey. Little Brown Company. 20. “Nursing Education”. II Edn. Judith A: Teaching in Nursing: A guide for faculty. 2. 2005. Curriculum and Instruction in Nursing. Geneva.B. Vikas Publishing House PVT Ltd. 1995. Charles E. 7. Kamala & BHATIA. 1986. Philadelphia. Saunders. New Yotk. Connor.D. Jaypee brothers. Mccloskey. 2006. 1998. Helen K. 19. George Kurian Aleyamma. Ed-2. Diane M & HALSTEAD. Ed –4. Maryland. C V Mosby Co. Oxford University Press. 15. Principles and methods of teaching. 3. 1970. 11. A History of education in India and Pakistan. Guilbert. 6. Sanatombi Elsa. Modley. “ The Art of Teaching Medical Students”.B. Bhuiyan. Billing. 22. “ Text book of Nursing Education”. 1982. King. O. Curriculum Building in Nursing: A Process. Doris M. Em Olivia. Norwalk. Fuszard. 4. Affective Domain I. 1986. 1956. 2nd edn. R. Medical Education Technology Cell. Taxonomy of educational objectives. CBS Publishers & Distributors. Ed-4 .T. 2002. Louis.1985. J J . Concepts and process Appleton – Century crafts.Books for Reference 1. “Principles of Curriculum Development and Evaluation”.LR Educational evaluation and measurement Competencies for analysis and Application. Models of teaching. 8. Bloom.2002. Aggarwal J. Advancing Nursing Education world wide. Taxonomy of educational objectives: cognitive domain I David Mckay CO. David Mckay Company Inc.1989.C. Englewood Cliffs. 1956.
Long Answer (12 marks) a) b) c) Q 2. Long Answer (11 marks) a) b) c) Q3 Short notes (any three) (15 marks) a) b) c) d) e) Q1.MAHARASTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES. Long Answer (10 marks) a) b) c) Q3 Short notes (any three) (15 marks) a) b) c) d) e) Section –II (Marks –37) . Long Answer (12 marks) d) e) f) Q 2. Q 1. NASHIK NURSING EDUCATION M.SC NURSING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTING Date – Time – Hours- Marks -75 Section –I (Marks –38) Q 1.
INDEX SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CONTENT Course of Study Hours distribution as per unit Objectives Course outline Section –I Section –II Planned Activities Methods of Teaching Internal Assessment Books for Reference Proforma for Lesson plan Proforma For Practice Teaching Evaluation Evaluation criteria for Seminar Evaluation criteria for Journal presentation Guidelines for presentation of Educational Institution Guidelines for writing the assignment on curriculum planning Instructions for University paper setting Page No. 01 02 03 04 07 08 08 09 10 11 12 14 14 15 15 16 .