National Honor Society can help me become a professional in the future. This organization creates enthusiasm for scholarships, develops character in students, and promotes leadership. NHS has many activities with students that can develop my leadership skills and help me achieve my goals as a professional in the future. There are different ways to contribute to the success and growth of the NHS. I would get actively involved in the activities sponsored by the NHS and will support my peers.
By participating in this practicum experience has demonstrated to me that working as an effective team helps provides expanded opportunities for students and faculty interaction. No one wants to give up on the students. Discuss what you gained professionally from this practicum experience. Professionally this experience has provided me with a better understanding of how teaching and learning improve when we have common goals. This discussion between other disciplines outside of the department of nursing has made a huge difference in what I will do as I move
Good communication skills, which includes listening, allows the student to interact with the professors and classmates in a manner that will extend beyond the classroom. These communication skills allow the student to develop a close relationship with their clients which encourages the client to achieve more in their therapy. After graduation, these students are more than just a physical therapist to their clients. They are friends, counselors, and mentors. Good communication skills allow these students to be the best professionals that they can be.
College is often regarded as a time of exploration, a time to discover interests and passions that ignite a desire to seek sagacity in a field that will alleviate the burdens of others and fulfill one’s self wholeheartedly. It is essential to me that my college career allows me to strive for educational excellence and moral enrichment simultaneously. Through the Pre-Physical Therapy track it will be my focus to obtain an education to help others as I have been helped in the past. Restoring movement and functionality to someone’s life is deeply connected to SPU’s vision, for the work that physical therapists do is equally as transformative for the therapist as it is to the patient. To ensure someone receives the treatment they need to carry out the life they want is paramount
CRITIQUE OF ARTICLE: I thought this to be an excellent article that provided a clear understanding of the paraeducator’s role in the classroom and how to make the educational team a success. There were several key suggestions that I know as a regular educator would be and have been excellent tools for my understanding of new strategies and teaching techniques. I can see where these would be extremely beneficial for the paraeducator as well. I love the way the authors say to include the paraeducators in setting the tone for the classroom by creating the shared philosophy together. It will make both the paraeducator and the teacher clear on what is desired to be accomplished for the school year.
Empowering students to have a say in their education is a great idea. It will actually make some students feel a connection to the material they 're learning. Ellen Glanz was not wrong in her conclusion about why students do the bare minimum to scrape by. Students will be more excited and interested in their classes if the curriculum is made more interesting for
My impression of the Nursing Resource Center is that it is an awesome place for students to learn during clinical. The task trainers and the high- fidelity simulations provides students the opportunity to practice cognitive dynamics of real scenarios. This gives the students an opportunity to make mistakes and better themselves. As a student, the resources available to me within the lab throughout the rest of my nursing education will be very beneficial. Resources such as the faculty, educators, and the simulation models will help students enhance care for future patients, learn how to maneuver during simulates scenarios, and receive the maximum help possible.
It is also a new institution which allows for innovation by its students. I would have the opportunity, not only to shape my own education, but to have the chance to improve the medical school system. It also allows for modernization in teaching methods, such as simulation-based training. I already tend to use hands-on and visual learning methods in studying and so this would help me immensely in succeeding while enjoying the material being taught. We did a lot of simulation-based learning in my EMR class and it was my favorite part of the course.
“The learning community is a way in which students can help one another and progress more rapidly” (Booth, Eric A., et al). I support this initiative of small learning communities because I agree with Booth, that placing students into small learning communities will benefit students in the sense that they will be able learn, help, and work together in the courses they will need in order to be successful in their future careers. A positive thing about this idea is that it since they are placed in small groups it will allow students to stay focused on the
The ability to use various resources is an important aspect of providing safe care, while simultaneously basing the care on an evidence based practice. In this regard, it allows the student FNP to become confident in making decisions in the interest of the patient. This is a great learning experience to carry forth in the subsequent courses. As we continue to build the necessary knowledge base, there will be times of frustration that will get translated into success. In this class, we had the opportunity to gain value information that has provided a substantial foundation as an FNP.
I am applying to be a Red Cross Blood Drive co-chair. I believe that I would be able to help NHS and my school in this role because I am a good leader and I am interested in helping others. I would like to be a co-chair because I think it would be a great way to be involved in NHS and it sounds like fun. I also am willing to spend a lot of time planning the blood drive to help it be as successful as possible. I know that the blood drive is an important event that NHS leads and I believe that my previous leadership roles would help me with this position.