What Theory Of Education Guide Your Personal Philosophy As A Nurse Educator? Why?

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What theory of nursing education and/or other theory of education guide your personal philosophy as a nurse educator? Why?
Theory of nursing is believed that information provides students with the opportunity to build a range of powerful examples that gained from experience. The literature showed that there is a clear gap between what is taught in the classroom and what the student nurses experience in the clinical area (Saifan, A., AbuRuz, M. E., & Masa 'deh, R., 2015).
Some people call holistic healing new age but there is really nothing new about it. Socrates suggested that we should avoid focusing on just one sick part of the body saying that “for the part can never be well unless the whole is well (Munoz, H. E., 2013).” As a nurse educator, my personal philosophy is based on the principle that all students are deserving of a holistic education that provides care which integrates physiological, psychological and spiritual aspects of the person’s life. Thus, allowing a student to discover themselves, their hunger for education, their strengths and weaknesses as well as their full capabilities. Students must be taught so that they can learn to become problem solvers and critical thinkers. By integrating teaching and learning theories that will allow the students to socialize during the learning process, allows students to teach as well as learn from one another. Providing students with access to hands-on activities and allowing adequate time and space to use materials…

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