- Education majors will understand and be able to apply the knowledge, skills, dispositions
and characteristics inherent to a career as a highly qualified educator; to accommodate
the unique set of individual differences that each learner brings to the learning
venue, and to foster the learning experiences and environment that enable all learners
to reach their potential.
Utilizing evidenced-based practice, clinical reasoning skills, and the core components*
of nursing practice, the graduate of the Associate Degree Nursing Program will provide
for clients in diverse health care settings by:
- Education majors will demonstrate knowledge of learner differences and effective approaches
to accommodate those differences.
- Education majors will demonstrate knowledge of the multiple facets of education: the
teaching-learning cycle, the teacher preparation process, issues in education, ethics
and professionalism, rewards and challenges, self-growth and self-responsibility.
- Education majors will apply to their work the interconnectedness of the language,
physical, social, emotional and cognitive developmental stages of childhood and adolescence,
and the effects that each stage has on the child’s education.
- Education majors will apply the theory and application of developmentally appropriate