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Using games as a teaching strategy.

Glendon K, Ulrich D ...see all

The Journal Of Nursing Education, vol. 44, issue 7 (2005) pp. 338-339

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Abstract

Both of these games are relatively easy to develop and are fun ways for faculty to challenge students and provide immediate feedback so students can assess their own comprehension and, consequently, their need for further study (Ulrich & Glendon, 2005). Teacher-delivered factual material is often tedious and boring, while games are highly motivating and accomplish the same objectives.;

Author-supplied keywords

  • Drug Therapy/nursing
  • Education, Nursing/*methods
  • Games, Experimental*
  • Humans
  • Patient Care Planning
  • Students, Nursing/psychology
  • Teaching/*methods

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Authors

  • Kellie Glendon

  • Debbie Ulrich

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