Our Method of Instruction: Critical Inquiry
- It starts with a real nursing situation that practicing nurses have shared with us; you gain knowledge from working on that situation.
- It is student-centered with emphasis on self-directed learning. This means as a group, and on your own; you will identify and research ideas, information, and theories you need to know in order to work as a nurse. You learn to learn.
- The instructor actively facilitates, supports, and challenges students to identify problems, discover solutions, and engage in critical inquiry.
- It helps you to see that the practice of nursing is based on evidence.
- It helps to improve your clinical skills.
- It helps you to become independent learners and to continue learning after you graduate.
- It helps you learn to function better in a group and to communicate more effectively.
- It helps you develop skills to make decisions, solve problems, and think critically (develop a solution).
- It helps you to engage in socially and globally responsible ways of being and to become strong leaders in health care.
- It helps prepare you for the diversity and challenges of contemporary and future nursing practice.
Students take the critical inquiry skills from theory into Clinical Practice.
Setting the Pace in Quality Education