Curriculum Development Program of Study in the Academic Setting
. The paper will contain citations from Billings & Halstead 4th ed. (Teaching in Nursing), Gredler 6th ed. (Learning and Instruction), Bastable 3rd ed. (Nurse as Educator) in addition to at least three journal articles dated within the past five years. Structure your paper with the following Level One Headings:
Setting, Level, and Type of Academic Education
Introduction for the Program of Study
Theoretical Component of the Program of Study
Characteristics of the Participants
Objectives (Identify Three Cognitive, One Affective, and Two Psychomotor Objectives)
Directions for the Curriculum Development Program of Study in the Academic Setting Paper:
Imagine that you are an instructor in an academic setting who is preparing professionals for entry-level practice. You have been tasked with developing curriculum for a new program of study that addresses current and/or future trends in health care delivery. An example of a program of study may be developing curriculum for a course on end-of-life care at a BSN college of nursing. It is important that this new program of study is consistent with the school’s mission and philosophy, the beliefs and values of faculty, and both current and future trends in nursing.
1. Introduce the setting, level, and type of academic education.
2. Prepare an introduction for the program of study that provides an understanding of the context and the characteristics of the participants.
3. Prepare 3 cognitive objectives that include performance, conditions, and criterion.
4. Prepare 1 affective objective that includes performance, conditions, and criterion.
5. Prepare 2 psychomotor objectives that include performance, conditions, and criterion.
6. Identify 3 outcomes of the course of study.