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Strategies for Engaging Undergraduate Nursing Students in Reading and Using Qualitative Research
Teaching undergraduate nursing research courses can be challenging. There is substantial research explicating why this is so, but little has been written about strategies to enhance students’ ability to engage in and learn about research, especially in the context of large classes offered over brief periods of time. An important role for those who teach research is to communicate their experiential successes, as these may be of value to other colleagues in the field. In this paper, we share some creative teaching strategies. These strategies include games, cross word puzzles, and projects based on common multimedia data such as commercial advertisements. The activities are designed to help students use what they already know to learn the concepts and terminology used in the research world.
qualitative research, teaching strategies, student engagement, research education
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Spiers, J. A., Paul, P., Jennings, D., & Weaver, K. (2012). Strategies for Engaging Undergraduate Nursing Students in Reading and Using Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report, 17(24), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1762
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