ELEMENTS OF THE LEARNING PROCESS I.

Goal

The teacher must set long-term goals with his or her students such as to acquire nursing knowledge, professional values, and skills. The student s intermediate goal: To meet the patient s nursing needs and encourage self-reliant behavior to meet needs. The teacher can help the student by: a. Being a resource person. b. Encourage the student critical thinking and problem solving. II. Stimuli

Increase the ability of the student to recognize patient needs in relation to problem. The teacher can help the student by: a. Helping the student identify patient needs. b. Giving learning situations to give student y Maximum learning opportunity y Identify, analyze, and meet nursing problems y Motivate patient to develop self-reliant behavior III. Perception

The student is capable to appraise nursing situations through senses and forming insights by: y y y Observe patient condition Reading patient s chart and nurses notes Communication

The teacher can help the student by: a. Assist student in discussing patient problems b. Provide necessary cues to analyze patient needs and problems c. Direct student attention to critical elements in nurse-patient relationship

the student still gain knowledge and experience. b. Even if nursing measures did not meet patient needs. if much learning attained to meet the nursing needs of the patient. e. when health of the patient progresses or made comfortable while in her state of illness. Encourage student examine past nursing knowledge and experience b. Make conscious use of nursing knowledge and skills acquired . Identify nursing care and measures done c. Consequence The outcome of nursing care. A dissatisfying response occurs. The teacher can help the student by: a. c. Response The student identifies patient care needs and formulates nursing care plan. The student may apply further nursing theories and techniques to encourage patient to negotiate and work to attain final goal of patient care. Integration The student utilize personal knowledge and experiences to solve current problems. Rewarding or satisfying response to the student. Nature of consequences: a.IV. d. VI. the patient does not respond to treatment or does not seem to improve in health b. Check student s nursing care plan Help decide priorities of care Give support and encouragement Help student realize different approaches in nursing problem More time needed before results obtained V. The teacher can help the student by: a. Rewarding or satisfying response to the student.