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  • Nurse educator webinars to help you transition to the online-only classroom

    Mar 19, 2020, 13:26 PM
    <1-min. read> To help you with the switch to online-only learning, ATI's nurse educator team is scheduling a lineup of webinars in coming weeks. After the first webinar on each topic is recorded, it will be posted within 24 hours in ATI Academy.
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  • NURSE EDUCATOR HANDBOOK: TRANSITIONING TO THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

    Mar 19, 2020, 12:28 PM
    <5-min. read> Based on the webinar "Best practices for moving your classroom online" presented recently by ATI's expert nurse educators, this handbook provides key points that you can refer to as you transition your in-person classrooms to an online-only experience. (To watch the webinar, log in at www.ATItesting.com and scroll down to ATI Academy in the far-left column. Search for the webinar by title.)
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  • How to use Video Case Studies in the virtual classroom: 5 tips for online learning [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Mar 18, 2020, 18:09 PM
    <1.45-min. read> If your students need opportunities for make-up clinical assignments, in addition to delivering opportunities to enhance their clinical judgment skills, take advantage of ATI's Video Case Studies solution. You can use this interactive tool in the virtual classroom, as well as assigning its modules for independent study.
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  • Top 5 tips for teaching online like a pro

    Mar 16, 2020, 14:26 PM
    <2.5-min. read> Looking for best practices when transitioning from a face-to-face classroom to a virtual classroom? ATI's expert nurse educators put their heads together to come up with their top tips.
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  • 9 TIPS TO HELP STUDENTS SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE AN ONLINE COURSE

    Mar 16, 2020, 12:29 PM
    <4-min. read> If you're a nurse educator who is struggling with the new realities of online learning, your students probably are, too. Share these tips to help them be successful in gaining the most from their courses.
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  • THE LEARNING SHIFT: Why interactive learning tutorials are the new textbooks

    Mar 6, 2020, 13:39 PM
    <3.5-min. read> Until today, students used textbooks. Textbooks are tangible, concrete, and comfortable. But, today, our students are different; our world is different; and our students learn differently. As we aim to better prepare our students with a greater emphasis on clinical judgment skills and a constant motivation to achieve deeper learning, we have to consider what must change.
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  • WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LATEST VIDEO UPDATE ON NEXT GEN NCLEX?

    Mar 3, 2020, 11:33 AM
    <13.5-min. read> The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) continues to reveal new details on the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN). What’s the latest news? ATI has the inside scoop, along with valuable ideas you can use now to help your students develop their clinical judgment skills. Watch this video to learn more.
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  • WHY YOU DON’T NEED TO WORRY ABOUT THE NEW CLINICAL JUDGMENT MEASUREMENT MODEL FROM NCSBN TO PREPARE FOR NEXT-GEN NCLEX

    Jan 31, 2020, 18:12 PM
    <1-min. read> Does your program follow the Nursing Process in teaching clinical judgment to students? What about Tanner’s Clinical Judgment Model? Are you concerned about the new option recently introduced as part of the plan to launch the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN)? No need to make major changes. Research shows the 3 are actually more alike than you may have realized.
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  • CIVILITY MENTOR’S EFFECTIVENESS PROVEN IN HELPING STUDENTS PREPARE FOR UNCIVIL ENCOUNTERS

    Jan 31, 2020, 12:57 PM
    <1.40-min. read> Incivility and disrespect in healthcare weaken teamwork and collaboration and diminish communication. The two problems can also impact an individual’s ability and willingness to speak up and advocate for patient care. For decades, nurse educators have been trying to solve these issues and teach nursing students how to address incivility in academic and practice settings. The problem was they lacked evidence-based educational strategies to do so successfully.
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  • 5 REASONS SIMULATED HEALTH ASSESSMENT HELPS STUDENTS BEFORE CLINICAL [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Nov 22, 2019, 14:31 PM
    <1.5-min. read> Students need a strong foundation in performing health assessments before they ever step foot in a clinical setting. Building that base starts in the classroom. Simulated health assessment tools are a convenient and easy-to-use resource.
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