______ is a system of activities intended to produce learning.
Individual's desire to learn and to act on learning, is referredf to as ______.
What is adherence?
It is commitment or attachment to a regimen.
What are the differences between Andragogy, Pedagogy, and Geragogy?
- Andragogy is the art and science of teaching.
- Pedagogy is the discipline concerned with helping children learn.
- Geragogy is the term used to describe the process involved in stimulating and helping elders to learn.
The three main theoretical constructs are _____, _____, and _____?
behaviorism, cognitivism, and humanism.
What happens when the learner is actively involved in learning?
The learning becomes more meaingful
What are some factors affecting learning?
Motivaton, Readiness, Active involvement, Relevance, Feedback, Nonjudgmental support, Simple to complex, Repetition, Timing, Environment, Emotions, Physiologic events, Cultural aspects, and phychomotor ability
Which of the following situations would the nurse be applying the humanistic theory?
1. Encouraging the learner to establish goals and promote self-directed learning
2. Encouraging a positive teacher- learner relationship
3. Providing a social, emotional, and physical environment conducive tolearning
4. Selecting multisensory teaching stragegies since perception is influenced by the senses
- Anwer: 1
- The nurse is applying the numanistic theory by encouraging the learner to establish goalsand promote self-directed learning
In teaching a client about heart disease, the client may need to know the effects of smoking before recognizing the need to stop smoking, In this situation, what factor can facilitate client learning?
2. Active involvement
4. Alloted time
- 3. Motivation
- In teaching a client about heart disease who may need to know the effects of smoking before recognizing the need to stop smoking, motivation is the factor that can facilitate client learning.
Which of the following is a learning outcome for a teaching plan?
1. The client knows the factors that affect blood sugar level.
2. The client selects low-fat foods from a menu.
3. Teach the client about cardiac risk factors.
4. The client understands a low-salt diet.
- Answer: 2 "The client selects low-fat foods from a menu"
- is a learning outcome for a teaching plan.
Which of the following is NOT an element in the nursing history that provides clues to leaning needs?
2. Economic factors
3. Client's support systems
4. Social factors
- 4. Social factors
- The social factor is not an element in the nursing history that provides clues to learning needs. Several elements in the nursing history provide clues to learning needs: age, the client's understanding and perceptions of the health problem, health beliefs and practices, cultural factors, economic factors, learning style, and the client's support system.