National League for Nursing


Presented by Susan Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A

Teaching and learning should inspire curiosity, set the context,  and raise questions. The use of simulation in nursing education is teaching us about the gaps in our classroom teaching. This coursefocuses on developing our ‘classroom and beyond’ teaching skills. Good teaching is ‘knowing the content’ – but Great teaching guides the learner to ‘use the content’. This interactive session provides you with the knowledge and practice work needed to begin using what we are learning in debriefing and simulation -- and transfer it beyond the simulation lab into our classrooms, hallways, and clinical environments with learners. These series of modules will provide you with hands-on applications to enhance your teaching and engage your students across the curriculum.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify foundational elements of the NLN Guide for Teaching Thinking.
  2. Utilize the Guide for Teaching Thinking in creating thoughtful dialogue with learners.
  3. Utilize simulation and debriefing strategies in the classroom to transform and guide an active learning teaching experience.