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NURSING EDUCATION SEMINAR

대한간호 1971년 10권 1호 p.9 ~ 11
Patricia A. Conroy,
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 ( Patricia A. Conroy ) - Korean Nurses Association

Abstract


In recent years a great deal of educational and psychological research activity has centered on the development of "thinking processes". Many attempts have been made to make this material relevant in the practical teaching situation. One such attempt was made in 1965 by a group of educators in the state of Oregon, USA, who: designed an instructional model for use in teacher education workshops aimed at developing teachers´ skill in using strategies to promote the thinking processes of learners. The initial model focused on processes of thinking, quite independent of specific subject matter content. Additional research and testing of the initial model showed the necessity of applying the
processes to a specific subject matter content. For this purpose content in elementary school social studies was selected. The instructional model was then adapted to relate the structure of thinking to the structure of knowledge in social studies.
The instructional model described above was given in a ten day workshop at KNA Headquarters in Seoul during ´the Christmas vacation, December 28, 1970 to January 8, 1971. The seminar was presented by Dr. Margaret Stumpf, Professor of Education at the University of Guam, College of Education. Dr. Stumpf is a. graduate of Columbia University, Teachers College, with considerable experience in education in the Philippine and Caroline Islands. She was authorized by the University of Guam to come to Korea for the purpose of giving this seminar, during her Christmas vacation from the University.
The participants in the seminer were 60 English speaking Korean and Foreign Nursing Educators, of whch 50 completed the program. The content was presented in its original form, as prepared by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. It was the intent of the KNA Education Committee to prepare a core of nursing educators with understanding and skill in the teaching strategies designed to develop higher level thinking abilities in their students. From this core a team will be selected to translate the material into Korean and adapt it to content in the nursing specialty areas. In this way it will be possible to present practical and relevant material to larger groups of nursing educators, during subsequent vacation seminars. In addition to offering valuable intellectual skills to both teacher and learner, the workshop presents a method for developing and organizing nursing content in such a way as to make possible more creative curricular revision. It is our hope that the strategies for interrelating process, content and practical experience will be

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