Creativity in the classroom is more than just good fun; it's a way to motivate and engage, intensify lessons, impart complex ideas and put students front and center in their learning. It's a way to bring nursing to life and to cultivate practitioners and scholars who are compassionate, malleable, passionate, lightning-on-their-feet problem-solvers.
"Creative people find solutions," says prof. Rebecca Harmon, "and every patient is unique, and the more creative skills a student has, the easier it will be for them to solve problems."
So what can you learn from a creative teacher? Read the latest issue of VNL >>.
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|A nurse first, then an historian: Meet Saunders prof. Barbra Mann Wall. >>||R-E-S-P-E-C-T
What it really means as we chart a path to a more diverse, inclusive community. >>
|A scholarly summer: What 10 summer research interns did, alongside faculty mentors. >>||What does it take to be a part of the BSN class of 2019? Read on. >>|
|New UVA nursing prof. Clareen Wiencek becomes president-elect of the AACN, the largest specialty nursing org in the world. >>||Lucky 7: UVA Nursing's '40 Under 40' awardees fresh-faced AND accomplished. >>|