Assessing faculty integration of adult learning needs in second-degree nursing education
The limited research data available on effective teaching strategies for accelerated baccalaureate nursing programs has generated interest in identifying and assessing successful teaching tools and strategies in current programs. Most data have been anecdotal and have not emphasized the effectiveness of accelerated programs. This study used a qualitative research design to determine the effectiveness of an integrative learning model in improving nursing student outcomes of second-degree students. Overall data from focus groups in the beginning and end of the study indicated that the use focus groups enhanced the learning process and outcomes.
Nursing Education Perspectives
Robert, Tracey; Pomarico, Carole A.; and Nolan, Mary, "Assessing faculty integration of adult learning needs in second-degree nursing education" (2011). GSEAP Faculty Publications. 158.
Robert, T. E., Pomarico, C. A., & Nolan, M. (2011). Assessing faculty integration of adult learning needs in second-degree nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 32(1), 14-17. doi:10.5480/1536-5026-32.1.14.