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These videos introduce a number of current concepts and findings in education research, particularly from the Carnegie national Study of Nursing Education, which resulted in the  best-selling book: Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation.
 
The goal is to make the concepts, many of which are new in educational research (such as situated cognition, situated coaching) come alive, so that teachers can see what the concepts look like in practice through examples.
The Three Apprenticeships held in common by all professions are:
1. The Cognitive Apprenticeship in Theory and Science
2. The Practice Apprenticeship (which focuses on being an excellent practitioner)
3. Transformative Teaching (helps the student of the particular professiona ethically comport themselves in actual practice and become persons of character, discipline, skill, and commitment)
Examples of these concepts are clarified and illustrated in each module.

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  • Sarah Shannon Benner
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    1.5 CE Hours
    $59.95
    The Three Professional Apprenticeships Part 1
    Teaching for Ethical Comportment, Moral Imagination and Formation This lesson focuses on the Third Apprenticeship - demonstrating how good clinical practice must have the student take an active role in their own formation. The importance of embodied, skilled, know-how learned in situated practices is emphasized. Experiential learning and actually using knowledge in a particular situation is central to becoming a competent nurse who understands the goals of good nursing practice.
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  • Lisa Day Classroom
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    1 CE Hour
    $39.95
    The Three Professional Apprenticeships Part 2
    Integrating Classroom and Clinical Teaching by Using Unfolding Case Studies Unfolding case studies: situate the student's thinking and action in particular, actual clinical situations help the student engage in situated thinking and action help the teacher engage in situated coaching
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  • Diane's Class
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    1 CE Hour
    $39.95
    The Three Professional Apprenticeships Part 3
    Teaching for a Sense of Salience and Situated Coaching   This module goes more in depth about the tacit, experientially-gained knowledge in understanding whole clinical situations. What distinguishes a professional nurse and one who has only read about nursing are the deep background understanding and the ability to perceive the particular challenges in actual clinical situations. Practical wisdom begins with recognizing the nature of the whole situation.
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  • Stuart Dreyfus Patricia Benner Interview
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    2 CE Hours
    $79.95
    Novice to Mastery Part 1
    From Novice to Competence: Use of Rules and Maxims, a Conversation with Hubert L. Dreyfus and Stuart E. Dreyfus   This module updates the research and thinking on the Dreyfus Model of Skill Acquisition by the originators themselves. This module can help the teacher recognize the challenges and strategies of working with Novice, Advanced Beginner, and Competent Nurses at their level of practice - filling in the necessary gaps in their understanding through artful questioning and responding to the actual clinical situation as the Proficient or Expert Nurse would do. The student then begins to understand their own level of clinical skill and what they need to learn to progress.
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  • Benner Curricular and Pedagogical Uses of Concepts
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    1 CE Hour
    $39.95
    Novice to Mastery Part 2
    From Proficiency to Mastery: Perspectives, Engagement, and Innovation, a Conversation with Hubert L. Dreyfus and Stuart E. Dreyfus   This is an update on thinking about Proficiency, Expertise, and going beyond Expertise to Mastery (which is that innovative level of practice engagement). The Dreyfus brothers point out that Mastery requires gaining new perspectives and responding innovatively through engagement in the concrete clinical situation, seeing new perspectives, and possibilities in the clinical situation.
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  • Bert Dreyfus Interview
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    $39.95
    Novice to Mastery Part 3
    An interview with renowned educator, Hubert L. Dreyfus, offers surprising insights on the art of masterful teaching. He encourages teachers to take risks, teach to the very edge of their knowledge, then open up the class discussion for solving puzzles and situations that he himself is puzzled about. His insights will challenge you go beyond "information transmission" to transformative thinking and learning.
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    39.95
    Teaching Student Nurses to Think and Act Like a Nurse Part 1
    Situated Learning: Bringing Classroom and Clinical Teaching Together   One of the key findings of the Carnegie Study of Nursing Education is that classrooms have become radically separated from actual clinical practice. Also, the actual "situated practice" of nursing requires judgment and thinking-in-action. This module discusses how to bring the clinical into the classroom and vice versa.
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    Teaching Student Nurses to Think and Act Like a Nurse Part 2
    Co-Author Perspectives: What We Learned from Conducting the Study by Patricia Benner, Victoria Leonard, and Lisa Day   The co-authors present key insights form their immersion in the Carnegie Study. This reflective conversation on what the co-authors learned from conducting the research (including the field work, analysis, and write-up) offers insights about the nature of challenges in teaching in a practice discipline. The conversation is nuanced, and points to key ways in which we need to enrich the understandings of students and teachers alike on the nature of nursing practice. This conversation also helps students and teachers better understand how the nature of nursing practice should influence teaching.
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