Analyze the implications to students, faculty, and the organizational if the educational curriculum on the nursing process and critical thinking skills was actually implemented.

Practicum Learning Agreement

NUR/590AB Version 2

2

University of Phoenix Material

Sample Educational Practicum Learning Agreement – Not Implemented

Student’s Name Manda Ragland- McIntyre Faculty A. Jean Pickus RN MSN
Student’s

Phone

Number

919-923-5697 UPX

Campus

Online
Name of Practicum Site N/A – Virtual project Address, City, State, and Zip Code of Practicum Site N/A – Not implemented
Mentor’s

Name and Educational

Credentials (Minimum of an RN MSN required)

Sherri-Strain-Garner RN MSN Mentor’s

Agency

850-225-0903
Mentor’s Job Title Child Psychiastric Nurse Mentor’s

Phone

Number and Email

sl.garner@msn.com
Practicum Goal:

1. To analyze, develop, implement, and evaluate an educational program for nursing students on the nursing process first semester of school.

2. To utilize advanced nursing knowledge to assist nursing students in understanding the nursing process, critical thinking skills, and implementation needed to deliver best nursing practice.

Complete this column for Week One – NUR/590A Complete this column for Week Two – NUR/590A Complete this column for Week Two – NUR/590A Complete Before Midpoint Review Complete Before You Start NUR/590B
Learning Objectives Learning Strategies Evidence of Accomplishments Midpoint Review (at 30 hours of Practicum Project) Outcome- To Be Completed Prior to Starting NUR/590B
1.0 Analyze the educational needs of the novice nursing students related to the nursing process , critical thinking and implementation needed to deliver quality nursing care to patients.

1a. Conduct an review for literature at least 15 peer reviewed articles on the nursing process learning needs of nursing students.

1b.Discuss with mentor the need assessment tool that would identify the nursing student’s knowledge concerning the nursing process.

1a. Annotated of bibliography of peer reviewed articles.

1b. Submit a need assessment tool.

1c. Submit a need assessment result.

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Learning Objectives Learning Strategies Evidence of Accomplishments Midpoint Review (at 30 hours of Practicum Project) Outcome- To Be Completed Prior to Starting NUR/590B
2.0 Develop an educational curriculum for incoming program nursing students that will provide knowledge and resources for understanding the nursing process and critical thinking skills and the implementation needed to deliver quality nursing care to patients first semester.

2a. Literature search 15 articles that identify classroom instuctional methods.

2b. Develop lesson for classroom instruction to provide the nursing students in the knowledge of nursing and implementation include:

1. Learning objectives

2. Content outline

3. Teaching

strategies/resources

a. powerpoint

b. Handout materials

2c. Develop powerpoint at least 25 content slides and detail speaker notes on nursing process, critical thinking and implementation of nursing process.

2a. Submit annotated bibliography of literature reviewed on content instructional methods.

2b. Submit written plan.

2c. Submit copy of powerpoint with detailed speaker notes.

Learning Objectives Learning Strategies Evidence of Accomplishments Midpoint Review (at 30 hours of Practicum Project) Outcome- To Be Completed Prior to Starting NUR/590B
3.0 Analyze the implications to students, faculty, and the organizational if the educational curriculum on the nursing process and critical thinking skills was actually implemented.

3a. 3a.

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Learning Objectives Learning Strategies Evidence of Accomplishments Midpoint Review (at 30 hours of Practicum Project) Outcome- To Be Completed Prior to Starting NUR/590B
4.0 Evaluate overall project with an emphasis on student’s learning in project completion

4a.

4a.

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