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iPad Use in Nursing Education
Transcript of iPad Use in Nursing Education
Apple Press Info. (2012) Apple reports second quarter results. Apple, Inc. Retrieved October 4, 2012 from:http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2012/04/24Apple-Reports-Second- Quarter-Results.html
Axley, L. (2008). The integration of technology into nursing curricula: Supporting the faculty via the technology fellowship program. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 13(3), 12, pp.1.
Change Theory: Kurt Lewin. (2011). Nursing Theories. Retrieved September 17, 2012 from: http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/change_theory.html
Fossum, M. (2012). Tablet sales projected to hit 120 million in 2012. Retrieved September 27, 2012 from:http://www.webpronews.com/tablet-sales-projected-to-hit-120-million- in-2012-2012-04
From Novice to Expert. (2011). Nursing Theories. Retrieved October 1, 2012 from: http:// currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/Patricia_Benner_From_Novice_to_Expert.html References Score of 9-15 = Further evaluation of technology required for integrative purposes.
Score of 15-21= Technology integration adopting and developing synthesis for context of curriculum.
Score of 21-27= Technology integration successful and synthesis with context of curriculum. Rubric Evaluation Paperless clinical evaluation, skill & procedure tracking
Point-of-care data entry (no internet needed)
Individualized to the school of nursing
Immediate medical resources
Immediate feedback Advantages Reporting
Completed/Uncompleted skills inventory
Individual student performance and aggregate data across class or program
Student portfolio of skills, encounters, feedback, and evaluations for clinical placements and job interviews
Offers easy access to performance data required nTrack Key Uses for the Skyscape nTrack™ Nursing Clinical Log System
Track students’ understanding in the classroom
Track lab skills and monitor preparation for clinical nTrack Questions By the end of the 60 minute presentation/educational session the faculty will:
Identify 1 current use of technology by the school of nursing.
Describe 1 way in which the use of tablet technology could enhance student learning.
Identify 1 way that tablet technology can be utilized to improve instructional methods.
Discuss 1 use to improve clinical skill enhancement and tracking. Objectives H. Noel Willey Source: Integration Observation Rubric. (2004). Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. All rights reserved. Retrieved October 15, 2012 from:http://www.netc.org/images/pdf/tech.integration.pdf
Kathy Schrock’s Bloomin’ Apps (2012). Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything. Retrieved October 15, 2012 from: http://www.schrockguide.net/app-for-that.html
Technology Integration Rubric. (2003). Norman Public Schools. Retrieved October 15, 2012 from: http://www.norman.k12.ok.us/092/integrationrubric.htm Rubric References nTrack Nursing Procedure Log. (2012). White Paper. Retrieved September 10, 2012 from: http://www.skyscape.com/downloads/Skyscape_WhitePaper_nTrack.pdf
Thoughts on: Principles of Instructional Design. (2012). From Gagne, R., Briggs, L., & Wagner, W. (1992). Principles of Instructional Design. (pp. 185-204). Fort Worth: TX. Harcourt Brace Javanovich. Retrieved July 30, 2012 from: http://elearningnews.edublogs.org/ 2007/09/30/thoughts-on-principles-of-instructional-design-gagne-briggs-wagner-1992/
Zurmehly, J. (2010). Personal digital assistants (PDA’s): Review and evaluation. Nursing Education Perspectives. 31(3), 179-182. References References
Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(4), 251-253.
http://nursing.advanceweb.com Additional Knowledge
Skyscape & nTrack:
http://www.skyscape.com/index/home.aspx Additional Knowledge Technology Integration Rubric (nTrack White Paper 2012, p. 3) “This pedagogic benefit extends beyond a single class experience. Printing nTrack logs allows students to arrive for hospital clinical with a detailed list of what they have experienced and where they need more experience” Testimonial Mobile Nursing Application by Skyscape
References by program, degree, nursing specialty
Davis’s Drug Guide & NCLEX Review NTrack & Skyscape $1.99 for the application itself
Volume voucher usage
$199.00 for all Application Pricing Anatomy & Physiology
Interactive approach to lectured material
Visual tool to enhance comprehension Visual Anatomy, 2012 How can the use of tablet technology enhance student learning? Tablet Integration What is the Current Technology? Cell Phone Usage Technology Survey Tablet technology will assist faculty with a tool to aid in the enhancement of skill reinforcement. Introduction
The faculty is the starting point for which the technology must first be explained and approved, prior to introduction to the students. Purpose H. Noel Willey, BSN, RN
Wilmington University iPad Use in Nursing Education Hot Topic!!!
Technology is all around us & nursing education is no exception.
Students are craving tools to enhance their educational experience, so..... Conclusion How much will the technology cost? Costs Clinical nTrack nTrack Clinical Log Tracking
Tool to track, evaluate and document students’ clinical experiences. Application Example (SimStore by SimVentures, 2012, HumanSim and VNurse Lite, 2012) SimVentures 2012 (Nursing Simulation Program)
Simulation in Nursing Education
Initial license purchase $3,540.00
$1,416.00 annual fee
Free (full version coming soon) Costs Advantages:
No hands on
Not as intense as human simulation in a lab experience. Skill Simulation Skill Simulation
Real-world virtual experience
Virtual hospital walk-through into patient rooms & exploration of equipment
Assessment and treatment
Decision making skills Applications Cont. Can the use of tablet technology improve instructional methods? Technology Integration Tablets Cell Phone Data Apple Results Theoretical Frameworks
Kurt Lewin: Change Theory
This framework may be instituted for the changes required by staff and students for the implementation of the tablets, as well as the additions to the current curriculum.
Patricia Benner: Novice to Expert
“Expert nurses develop skills and understanding of patient care over time through a sound educational base as well as a multitude of experiences” (From Novice to Expert, 2011). (Improving Engagement Through Classroom Technology, N.D., p. 5).
“There must be ongoing professional development that gives all educators the skills they need to effectively incorporate the technology into their classroom.” Faculty http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html Will tablet technology ignite higher levels of the cognitive process?
Define, list, recall
Describe, identify, determine
Apply, demonstrate, interpret
Analyze, develop, differentiate
Compare, assess, evaluate
Plan, develop, formulate Bloom’s Taxonomy Zurmehly, 2010 iPads in Education:
"strategies to enhance faculty involvement with technology are essential for success." (Kennedy & Deshler, 2010, p. 294) The tablets are very effective in aiding the teacher’s ability to reinforce instructed material for the school of nursing curricula and simulation labs allowing the students to enhance learning and comprehension in a variety of ways. Significance Proposed purchase total for iPads Financial Implications nTrack Source & contact: DMerrit@skyscape.com One time set-up fee $5,000.00 for school
Skyscape & nTrack maintain server,
Tailor application to fit the needs of the school
Their IT maintains and formulates customized pages with faculty input.
Application per student- $100.00 fee for the duration of program. http://www.google.com/images Gagne, Briggs & Wagner, 1992 of the Principles of Instructional Design for learning to integrate technology into the curriculum of nursing.
Malcolm Knowles: Adult Learning Theory Theoretical Frameworks (Axley, 2008, no pagination) “With the impetus to expand the use of technology, faculty must be prepared to use available resources, have access to needed support, and develop competency for using resources and support throughout the curricula.” Faculty (Fossum, 2012) Photo courtesy of iPads in Education, Apple 2012 The total number of tablets sales for 2012 are expected to be 120 million, only 60 million were sold in 2011 . Facts (Horizon Report, 2012, p. 7) “Tablet computing presents new opportunities to enhance learning experiences in ways simply not possible with other devices.” Significance Photo courtesy of iPads in Education, Apple, 2012 The purpose of this project is to develop a faculty presentation on the integration of the Apple iPads into basic nursing education. Introduction Apple, Inc. 2012 Too many resources, too little time!! Application examples iPad Technology
Education Track patient encounters in real time with point-of-care data entry—without Internet connectivity requirements Built-in feedback mechanism for communicating to students Track skills and assessments in clinical setting Clinical Journal for students to document experiences and faculty to review Access to Skyscape Medical Resources from within application Paperless student evaluation tools Deidre Merritt- email@example.com Horizon Report: 2012 Higher Education Edition. (2012).
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2012.pdf We must move forward or be left behind!! Horizon Report: 2012 Higher Education Edition. (2012). Retrieved September 25, 2012 from: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2012.pdf
HumanSim: Preview. (2012) Apple iTunes App Store for iPad. Retrieved October 5, 2012 from: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/humansim-preview/id437066468?mt=8
Improving Engagement Through Classroom Technology. (2012). Ed Tech Focus on Higher Education. Retrieved September 20, 2012 from: http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/sites/edtechmagazine.com.k12/files/improving_engagement_whitepaper.pdf
Kennedy, M. J., & Deshler, D. D. (2010). Literacy instruction, technology, and students with learning disabilities: Research we have, research we need. Learning DisabilityQuarterly, 33(4), 289-298.
Knowles Development Strategies for Adults in Knowles, M.S. (1989). The making of an adult educator: an autobiographical journey. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.