teaching including discussion of strengths and weaknesses

TEACHING PROJECT

Teaching project topic :Firearm safety,

7-year-old gunshot victim (not life threatening, lower left leg), in the trauma unit, lives at home with dad. gun shot wound was due to the child shooting himself. Gun was obtained by the child from the fathers unlocked gun safe and the Gun was loaded.

Blood pressure 104/62, Pulse 78, Respirations 18, Temperature 98.7°F, SaO2 99% room air. His mother explained what had happened, but she was not aware of any history of allergies. J.T. has younger sisters, and his  Father and mother are divorced.  Once stable, the nurse gained a more thorough history, assessment, and began discharge instructions. The mother is devastated and the father is very apologetic with felings of guilt

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Meets or Exceeds Mostly Meets Approaches

Comprehensive Assessment

10 (10.00%) Clear and concise discussion of client’s admission diagnosis, demographic data, and anticipated learning needs

7.6 (7.60%) Vague and incomplete discussion of client’s admission diagnosis, demographic data, and anticipated learning needs

5 (5.00%) Vague and incomplete discussion of client’s admission diagnosis, demographic data, and anticipated learning needs

Nursing Diagnosis

10 (10.00%) Clear and comprehensive client assessment data to support a de!cient knowledge nursing diagnosis

7.6 (7.60%) Vague client assessment data to support de!cient knowledge nursing diagnosis or nursing diagnosis not written in proper format

5 (5.00%) Improper or incomplete client assessment data to support de!cient knowledge nursing diagnosis or missing elements of the nursing diagnosis

Client Learning Needs Assessment

10 (10.00%) Clear and complete assessment of learner (client /family), teaching needs, and special learning needs, if present

7.6 (7.60%) Vague assessment of learner (client and/or family), teaching needs, and special learning needs, if present.

5 (5.00%) Incomplete assessment of learner (client and/or family), teaching needs, and special learning needs, if present.

Clients Strengths and Weakness for

10 (10.00%) Clear identi!cation of client’s strengths and

7.6 (7.60%) Vague identi!cation of client’s strengths and

5 (5.00%) Incomplete identi!cation of client’s strengths and

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Weakness for Learning

client’s strengths and weaknesses relevant to learning needs.

client’s strengths and weaknesses relevant to learning needs

client’s strengths and weaknesses relevant to learning needs

Introductions 10 (10.00%) Open and closing remarks that capture client’s attention. Includes a clear and correct statement of 2 teaching objectives

7.6 (7.60%) Vague open or closing remarks or vague/incorrect teaching objectives.

5 (5.00%) Poor open or closing remarks or vague/incorrect teaching objectives or use of only one objective

Handout/ Brochure

10 (10.00%) Clear and organized presentation of evidence- based client teaching in appropriate reading level and understanding for the patient

7.6 (7.60%) Vague/disorganized presentation of evidence- based client teaching or not at the appropriate level for patient teaching

5 (5.00%) Poor/disorganized presentation of evidence- based client teaching or not at the appropriate level for patient teaching, spelling or grammatical errors

Body Language 10 (10.00%) Direct eye contact and appropriate gestures/movements during teaching. Relax, self- con!dent nature and no mistake during teaching.

7.6 (7.60%) Minimal eye contact and little movement or descriptive gesture during teaching. Mild tension, lack of self-con!dence and di”culty recovering from mistakes

5 (5.00%) Minimal eye contact and little movement or descriptive gesture during teaching. Obvious nervousness and tension with many speaking errors

Voice 10 (10.00%) Use of clear speech and in#ection, maintains the interest of the learner

7.6 (7.60%) Some level of in#ection and clarity during delivery

5 (5.00%) Monotone voice with some in#ection of delivery

Teaching/ Learning Evaluation

10 (10.00%) Clear/appropriate evaluation of client’s response and e$ectiveness/ine$ectiveness of teaching.

7.6 (7.60%) Vague/inappropriate evaluation of client’s response and e$ectiveness/ine$ectiveness of teaching

5 (5.00%) Poor/inappropriate evaluation of client’s response and e$ectiveness/ine$ectiveness of teaching.

Re!ective Analysis

10 (10.00%) Re#ective analysis of teaching including

7.6 (7.60%) Vague re#ective analysis of teaching including

5 (5.00%) Re#ective analysis of teaching that lacks insight or

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teaching including discussion of strengths and weaknesses.

teaching including discussion of strengths and weaknesses

teaching that lacks insight or a poor discussion of strengths and weaknesses

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