Affective Teaching in Nursing: Connecting to Feelings, by Dennis Ondrejka PhD RN CNS

By Dennis Ondrejka PhD RN CNS

Although nursing schooling this day bargains copious quantities of data geared to check guidance, it doesn't accurately harness the emotional intelligence of person students―a caliber that could enormously enhance the nursing occupation. This specialist source for realizing the significance of affective teaching―what it truly is and the way to include it into the classroom―provides a considerable array of affective educating pedagogy and references.

Drawing from the emotional and social intelligence circulate, the textual content deals either new and conventional insights into the significance of linking highbrow and emotional intelligence in wisdom acquisition. It presents valuable ideas for nurse educators to complement their educating with affective instructing options, tools, and talents within the school room, and describes winning versions for growing an affective educating infrastructure that might undergo.

Designed to be used in master’s and doctoral courses in nursing and health and wellbeing care schooling, the booklet espouses a paradigm that's embraced by way of leaders in schooling and significant associations. It discusses the foremost subject matters of entrenched, conventional educating equipment, and contrasts them with the speculation, learn, and perform underlying affective instructing in nursing.

The e-book follows the heritage of affective instructing from its inception in Bloom’s Taxonomy to the current day. It addresses instructing infrastructure wishes, affective educating versions, instruments for measuring the result of affective instructing, using affective instructing in distance studying and at meetings, and foreign views. The textual content additionally identifies the hazards and benefits of affective educating, and the way they've been addressed via a number of nursing educators and encourages reflective practices that aid scholars achieve internal know-how. it will likely be a invaluable addition to the instructing arsenal of nurse educators who desire to transcend the target area of educating to discover the enriching probabilities of subjective knowing.

Key Features:

  • Provides the main authoritative details to be had on affective educating in nursing
  • Supports NLN’s and AACN’s nurse educator skills to accomplish wanted results within the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor parts of studying
  • Clarifies affective pedagogy, the way to speak about it, and what it implies for instructing luck
  • Addresses philosophy, taxonomy, instructing infrastructure wishes, affective instructing types, and overview instruments
  • Covers using affective pedagogy with distance studying and at meetings

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These more recent discussions suggest there may be no reason to push for a separation between the affective and cognitive domains, supporting their 1964 third premise for a lack of affective objectives. They state: This division [cognitive, affective, and psychomotor] was found useful despite the fact that nearly all goals overlap both the cognitive and affective domains if they are stated in all of their aspects. Further, many goals extend to all three domains. The division has served to enforce the isolation of the domains from one another, to make it more difficult to unite all the aspects of a behavior into a single goal statement, and to emphasize cognitive goal aspects at the expense of others, especially the affective.

I like to talk about my positive experiences, but maybe I’m avoiding my growth area? Next time, I will reflect on a class that seemed to go badly for me. Two Steps Back (going deeper) Okay, for all of you who are ready to integrate the “hidden” or “shadow” side of self, I have a powerful reflection tool for you. Take one more step back from your reflection note and reflect on what you said in the “one-step-back” section. The first step is “Why I wrote what I wrote versus what I did not write” to give me more selfawareness.

The originator of rational–­emotive therapy (RET) certainly saw a connection when he said, “rational–­emotive therapy procedures are closely connected to the field of education and have enormous implications for emotional prophylaxis” (Ellis, 1989, p. 223). Is it possible that affective education has the same outcome desires as psychotherapy? 1 should give reason for pause and may suggest that educators finally decide— should we provide classroom therapy in our teaching? One may hear that students today are narcissistic, have external loci of control, are emotionally thwarted, resist any form of self-awareness, have low levels of maturity, are obsessive–compulsive, and are self-absorbed and inflexible.

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