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Describe a class in which you were a strategic learner in order to pass

a test but did not come away from the class with a deep learning
experience.
This week, we will focus on learning and teaching for health
promotion. It is important to focus on your learning needs as a student
to help understand the learning needs of your future patients. The
elements of adult learning and the standard of practice about health
teaching and health promotion will be emphasized. The concept of
lifelong learning for both nurses and healthcare consumers will be
explored.
What is the best way for a nurse to help patients become better
learners? How do you become a deep learner yourself?
Reference
Bain, K. (2004). What the best college teachers do. Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press.
Eadie, C. (2014). Health literacy: A conceptual review. MEDSURG
Nursing, 23(1), 113.
Therehavebeentimesinoutscholasticcareerswherewemayhavebeenstrategic
learnersespeciallywhenitcametotakingtests.ThereisoneparticulartimewhereIwas
takingaclassoncampusinonecounty,commutingforworktoanothercountywhile
livinginadifferentcountyaswell.AlthoughintheSouthFloridaareathecountiesare
relativelyclose,itbecameaburdentohavetotravelsomuchaswellashowhecticmy
schedulewas.DuringthattimetheclassIwastakingwasHistory,itinvolvedmany
readingandwritingassignmentsaswellastests.InthisparticularoccasionIbecamea
strategiclearnerbymemorizingandfocusingontheinformationIneededtoknowin
ordertocompletemyassignmentsandtests.AsIlookbacknow,IwishIhadtakenthe
opportunitywhereIwouldhavebeenadeeplearnerandactuallyappreciatedthevalueof
theinformationIshouldhavelearned.Ihavelearnedthatitessentialtoinvesttimeinto
becomingadeeplearnerastheknowledgeandmateriallearnedwillhaveagreater
impactinbothmyprofessionalandpersonallife.Itisessentialfornursestofacilitate
learningandencouragepatientstobecomebetterlearnersbyhelpingthemseethevalue
intheinformationlearnedandtheimpactitwillhaveintheirlives.Asstatedin
Edelman,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014)Thenurse,usinghealtheducation
principles,canassistpeopleinachievingtheirhealthgoalsinawaythatisconsistent
withtheirpersonallifestyles,values,andbeliefs.Inordertosuccessfullymeetthese
goalsitisimportanttodeterminewhattypeoflearnerthepatientis,andfurthermorelet
themunderstandthebenefitoflearningonadeeperlevel.

IcompletelyunderstandTaiwan,especiallywhendealingwithNursingcoreclasses.We
getsobusywithschool,workandourfamilylifethatsometimesfailtoacquireadeeper
knowledgefromtheseclasses,onlytorealizehowessentialitwaslaterdowntheline.It
isimportantthatweasnursesbecomedeeplearnersinordertobebettereducators
especiallytopatients.AsstatedinEdelman,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014)
Healtheducationfacilitatesvoluntaryactionstopromotehealthwhichwhyitsso
importantfornursestohavetheadequateknowledge.
References:
Edelman,C.L.,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014).Healthpromotionthroughout
thelifespan.(8thed.).St.Louis,MO:Mosby

Addressing health literacy and providing culturally


sensitive health education are critical to reducing health
disparities and achieving health equity.
Planning Culturally Sensitive Health Education
(graded, 25 points)

Describe how you would create a teaching plan based on the nursing
process that delivers a health promotion lesson to a culturally specific
group of adults using the elements of adult learning.

In your education and as a nurse, you will encounter many


individuals who have different backgrounds and cultural
beliefs. Providing culturally sensitive care can be a challenge

when your values and beliefs are very different from your
patients. This week, you'll learn skills to provide sensitive
nursing care to people across traditions and belief
systems. The following Course Outcomes will be addresse

Please review the Course Lesson. What personal issues


might you face when promoting health behavior changes for
someone who might have a different value orientation? What
can you do to overcome these issues? 9208385
Become a deep learner yourself, then create an environment
that promotes learning. Assess ability and readiness to learn.
engage the adult's motivating factors and sense of purpose
to promote learning success. Learners must understand the
importance of the information being taught.

Thenursingprocessisagreattooltoutilizewhenpromotinglearning.Asstatedin
Edelman,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014)Addressinghealthliteracyand
providingculturallysensitivehealtheducationarecriticaltoreducinghealthdisparities
andachievinghealthequity.Priortoemployingthismethodinordertodeliverahealth
promotionlessontoaculturallyspecificgroupofadults,weasnursesmustbedeep
learnersourselves.Wemusthavetocreateanenvironmentthatpromoteseffective
learningtothisspecificgroup.Usingthenursingprocesswemusthavetheappropriate
resourcesandincludemotivatingfactorsthatcreateasenseofpurposetopromote
learningsuccess.Itisimportanttoidentifytheoutcomeofteachinginterventionsandset
specific,measurable,attainable,timelyandrealisticgoalswhencreatingan
individualizedlearningplan.Whenteachingonhealthpromotion,itisthenursesdutyto

helplearnersunderstandtheimportanceoftheinformationbeingtaughtinorderto
increaseinterestandcreateamoreefficientandsuccessfullearningplan.
GreatpointArya,teachingalonecanbechallengingandevenmoresoforadultlearners
fromdifferentculturalbackgrounds.Itisimportant,asnursesunderstandthese
individualsvaluesandbeliefsinordertocreateanenvironmentthatpromoteslearning.
Itisthenursesmissionstoassistinpromotinghealthliteracywhichaccordingto
Edelman,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014)thedegreetowhichindividualshave
thecapacitytoobtain,process,andunderstandhealthinformationandservicesneededto
makeappropriatehealthdecisions.Oncethatisaccomplisheditisthebeginningtoa
healthierlifestylechange.
References:
Edelman,C.L.,Kudzma,E.C.,&Mandle,C.L.(2014).Healthpromotionthroughout
thelifespan.(8thed.).St.Louis,MO:Mosby