Contents

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  1. I. Chapters
      1. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
      2. Common Conceptual Frameworks
      3. Adult Education Theories and Models
      4. Conclusion
      5. References
      1. A Primer on Key Adult Education Philosophies
      2. The Process of Articulating a Personal Teaching Philosophy Statement
      3. Conclusion
      4. References
      1. Picture of the Clinical Learning Environment
      2. Who Are the Teachers?
      3. Who Are the Students?
      4. Conclusion
      5. References
      1. A Primer on Professional Socialization
      2. Storytelling
      3. Role Modeling
      4. Conclusion
      5. References
      1. Entry Level Practice Requires Use of Technology
      2. Common Technologies
      3. Teachers Need Support to Use Technology
      4. Conclusion
      5. References
      1. Vocabulary of Evaluation
      2. Methods of Evaluating Students
      3. Methods of Evaluating Teaching
      4. Conclusion
      5. References
      1. The Difference Between a Mentor and a Preceptor
      2. Theoretical Foundations of Effective Preceptoring
      3. Strategies for Being and Becoming a Successful Preceptor
      4. The Preceptor–Preceptee Relationship
      5. Conclusion
      6. References
    1. Sherri Melrose PhD, RN
    2. Caroline Park PhD, RN
    3. Beth Perry PhD, RN