_________ is a special class of attitudes in which cognition is based more on faith than fact.
True/False - Our values and beliefs will not help us if we have an ethical issue arise.
False - V/B provide us with info for ethical issues.
True/False - Culture, Religion, values and beliefs are interrelated and influence the outcome of treatments and nursing care.
True/False - All people in a specific culture share the same beliefs and behaviors.
False - may not necessarily share
__________ is developed over time, socially inherited, and represents a complex system of values, beliefs, customs, and rituals.
True/False - Values and beliefs that conflict with the health care system have no effect on how we provide care.
False - does affect
True/False - Stereotyping cultures and religions can lead to errors because differences exist within different cultures and religions.
Concern, empathy, sensitivity, listening and time are all requirements for assessing _________ needs.
Dress, accent, language, religious artifacts and consistency of stated culture to behavior are all nursing ________________.
True/False - It does not matter if we believe learning will meet a specific need in order to learn something new.
False - Learner must believe
True/False - Developmental readiness is unimportant in decision making and judgment.
False - is important
A key factor in predicting, analyzing, and synthesizing data for decision making is...
An "affective or feeling" response toward learning is called...
Humanistic learning theory
A combination of Behavioristic, cognitive and humanistic learning theories is called..
Eclectic learning theory
True/False - All of the learning theories are useful in teaching, however, the cognitive learning theory is the preferred method.
False - No one theory is more correct than another.
True/False - When trying to decide which learning theory to use, we should select the one that fits the best and serves the purpose of the learner.
True/False - A persons feelings, values and principles are part of the Cognitive learning domain.
False - Affective
What are Bloom's taxonomy levels from simple to complex?
Physical and emotional readiness, active participation and involvement, non-judgmental attitudes, feed back, simple to complex, relevance, and repetition are all factors that ___________ learning.
Anxiety, stress, poor concentration, physiological factors and cultural barriers are all factors that _____________ learning.
Language, values, beliefs, and religion are all __________ __________ of learning.
True/False - Internal locus of control has no affect on adult learners.
False - Adult learners are internally motivated (internal LOC)
Being self directed, independent, ready to learn when they need to and expectations of trust and respect are all traits of ________ _________.
True/False - Learning is a deliberate, conscious set of actions that help one gain knowledge or perform new skills.
False - Teaching
What interaction requires effective interpersonal skills and problem solving skills?
True/False - Knowing how a patient learns does not affect a nurses ability to teach.
False - Nurse needs basic knowledge about how clients learn to teach them.
Knowing how a patient learns will help the nurse do what?
Understand patients, and know how to best meet patients needs.
True/False - Teaching is individualized and uniform for each patient.
False - Adapted for each patient.
Process that is communicative, problem-solving and parallels the nursing process is what?
True/False - A nurse needs to adapt their teaching based on the cognitive function of their patient.
When assessing a patient, the nurse needs to assess:
a) level of knowledge, skill, attitudes
b) level of comprehension
c) readiness to learn (motivate)
d) Age, sociocultural factors, health beliefs/practices
e) a,b and d
f) a, b, c, and d
f) a, b, c, and d
True/False - Developing client goals and objectives includes performance, conditions and criteria.
When planning what to teach a patient, the nurse needs to do what 3 things?
1) identify need of patient for learning
2) determine teaching priorities
3) develop client goals and objectives
When evaluating the effectiveness of teaching, nurses should look at what 2 things?
1) patient's progress toward reaching goals and objectives
2) which teaching/learning strategies were effective or not
True/False - It is very important to document what you teach a patient and how the patient responds.
What does a nurse need to assess about a patient in regards to teaching/learning.
1) level of knowledge, skill, attitudes
2) level of comprehension
3) readiness to learn (motivate)
4) Age, sociocultural factors, health beliefs/practices
Acquisition of insight that enables the learner to think critically and to develop an awareness of patterns, which promote the transfer of learning to new situations is called what?
The outcome of teaching
The planning and implementing of learning experiences, which foster the student's natural curiosity about self or the environment and self-directed learning is called what?
The active process of organizing, integrating, and applying information, as perceived through the senses or recalled from memory, which has the potential for promoting change in behavior is called what?
__________ results in a change in perception of old ideas or in the development of new ones.