Jan 27, 2023  
Graduate 2021-2023 
    
Graduate 2021-2023

NURS 5270 - Curriculum Development and Implementation (5)


This five credit course is designed to provide the graduate student with opportunities for application of previous content. Instructional design principles are applied to clinical, laboratory, and classroom teaching. Curriculum development provides the learner with experience in placement of courses, leveling course objectives, and linking the philosophy and mission statements of the parent institution with courses for the entire program. A practicum experience is designed to give a reality context for applying the concepts of the teaching role. Students synthesize a conceptual foundation for developing effective learning activities using a case study approach to provide realistic problem solving opportunities. Traditional and innovative learning environments are analyzed in relationship to the advanced role of the nurse. Issues and research findings pertinent to teaching are addressed. Prerequisite(s): NURS 5230  and NURS 5250 . Five didactic hours per week and 126 student teaching practicum hours over the semester.