Eleven Tips for the New College Teacher

Mann, Alison Smalley
September 2004
Journal of Nursing Education;Sep2004, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p389
Academic Journal
Provides pertinent information for the new nursing college teacher. Disadvantages of using a red pen to correct the paper works of nursing students; Benefits of having an agreement with the students to review a test answer in writing; Advantages of designing a course that students want to attend; Preparation of the course plan and textbook references for each year.


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