Center for Technology Enhanced Learning

The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Location: 
Room 213, Abromson Community Education Center, USM Portland Campus
The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education

                           Krista Meinersmann                       Carla Randall

Join Dr. Krista Meinersmann and Dr. Carla Randall as they share their transformed model of nursing education addressing critical issues and concerns facing nursing education today.

The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education (M-R TMNE) embraces the ever-growing digital environment and incorporates hands-on application-based learning experiences. The M-R TMNE relies on the use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), prior learning assessment, comprehensive testing, the flipped classroom methodology, and extensive simulation and clinical-based hands-on learning.

CTEL Speaker

Wednesday, November 6th
1pm to 2:30pm
Room 213
Abromson Community Education Center, USM Portland Campus

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The presentation will be structured around three foci: 1) description of the M-R TMNE model; 2) overview of linkages with current trends in nursing education; and 3) discussion of challenges and opportunities offered by such a model. The M-R TMNE model suggests a best practice in combining online content delivery and face-to-face application based learning.

 

CTEL Speaker Series event

Krista Meinersmann

Krista Meinersmann, PhD, RN
Director, USM School of Nursing
Associate Professor of Nursing
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Carla Randall

Carla Randall, PhD, RN, CNE
Associate Professor of Nursing
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