Description: What is/are the artifact(s)? The artifacts are both math lesson plans used during my student teaching experience. The first artifact is a math lesson plan on coins. The other artifact is a math lesson plan on telling time. The lessons are developmentally appropriate for a 3rd- 5th autism support classroom and focus on math common core standards. The math common core standards are: CC.2.4.2.A.3: Solve problems using coins and paper currency with appropriate symbols. 2.CC.2.4.2.A.2: Tell
Teaching Plan for Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Teaching Plan for Newly Diagnosed Diabetic PatientThe Identified Learning Need Patients with Diabetes have very comprehensive learning needs. The learning needs arefocused on managing their glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes. Learningneeds for managing diabetes are complex and include: monitoring blood glucose levels,menu/food planning, exercise, medications, skin care, management of co-existing disease processes, knowledge of medications
diabetes Before you begin your teaching plan be sure to define the characteristics of the clinical site and patient population. The teaching plan should be customized to this population. This is a sample teaching plan that you can use and customize to your needs. You may want to design a pre-test and post-test to give your patients would are attending the teaching program. Based on statistics from the Centers for Disease Control website, 17.0 million people in the United States, approximately
Infection Prevention with Foley Catheter Care at Home: A Nursing Teaching Plan Assessment of the Learner Mr. D is a 77 year old, single, Caucasian male. He is retired from the Navy and completed an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice and Business Administration at Durham Technological Community College after his service. Mr. D smoked one pack of cigarettes per day for 20 years and has a history of hypertension, atrial fibrillation, and skin cancer. Mr. D was hospitalized after a transurethral
g) Creativity The creativity of the teaching plan will be assured by the creation of the specific materials slides, pamphlets, advertising/marketing efforts used to make the community aware of the learning event, and more. Effective visual and textual materials will be essential not only in making the community aware of the educational program being offered, but will also be important in ensuring that the information communicated during the lesson is effective in reaching participants and that it
INTENSIVE NURSING PRACTICUM 2nd Semester School Year 2011 - 2012 Clinical Teaching Plan Cagayan Valley Medical Center (Surgery Ward) Prepared by: ____________________________________ Noted by: _________________________________________ Approved By: ______________________________________________ CLINICAL TEACHING PLAN DESCRIPTION OF LEARNERS * an assessment tool used for identifying an individual student's strengths and needs in various content and developmental areas. These descriptions
COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS OF PHOENIX ALISHA HERMOSILLO EMMAH MAINA LISA GREENSPON PRIYA CANALES GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY NRS-422V AUGUST 18, 2013 COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS OF PHOENIX Community assessment and analysis by the community health nurse is of vital importance. This means understanding the community at large and in details on health matters and issues affecting health as well as the healthcare system used in the community. This is done through data collection
Introduction A teaching plan is one of the most important steps in nursing process. It is a vital tool used to achieve the best quality of patient care. A nurse should teach the patient what they need to know about their disease or disorder, diet, treatment, medication regimens, and self-care (Taylor, LeMone, Lillis, & Lynn, 2008). In this paper, I will explain teaching plan for diabetes patient with regular insulin injection including with the purpose of plan, outcomes, behavioral objectives
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Teaching Plan Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a disorder in which blood sugar (glucose) levels are abnormally high because the body does not produce enough insulin to meet it's needs (Kishore, 2008). Due to the lack of education, many people with DM are not aware of the fact that it requires lifestyle changes, which happens to be challenging for most. Mrs. C is reported to be 72 - year - old Latin American woman with history of DM for 10 years.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): Teaching Plan By: Michele Combs, RN NSG 405 February 7, 2011 Teaching Plan for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the 4th leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of morbidity (CDC, 2011). COPD is a group of diseases which cause airflow blockage and breathing related problems such as emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and some forms of asthma (CDC, 2011).