NU-729 : Leadership in Adult Education

Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Nursing
Subject:
Nursing
Prerequisites:
None
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
In this course, students will examine the content and process of their experiences and styles of learning as individuals and in the group setting. Theories of adult learning and strategies to facilitate them in a variety of contexts are explored. The who, what, when, where, and why of the change process to motivate learning and the connection to leadership is discussed. Emphasis is placed on non-traditional methods and gender issues that influence the process of learning and instructional design. Students take an active role in applying the tools learned in this course to their professional practice. This course will be relevant to those students who would like to be nurse educators in settings such as the hospital, community, and higher educational institutions. 3 credits