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Using Games as a Teaching Strategy

Glendon Msn, Rnc K, Ulrich Phd, Rn D ...see all

Journal of Nursing Education, vol. 44, issue 7 (2005) pp. 338-339 Published by SLACK INCORPORATED

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Abstract

Games are an excellent way to teach content, create community among students and faculty, and enhance students' critical thinking abilities. The game is played with two teams and can be used in clinical postconference or the classroom to promote critical thinking and application of knowledge to clinical situations.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Critical thinking
  • Drug Therapy -- nursing
  • Education
  • Experimental
  • Games
  • Guidelines
  • Humans
  • Intervention
  • Medical Sciences--Nurses And Nursing
  • Nursing -- methods
  • Nursing -- psychology
  • Patient Care Planning
  • Students
  • Teaching -- methods

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Authors

  • Kellie Glendon Msn, Rnc

  • Debbie Ulrich Phd, Rn

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