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This practical "how to" book for teaching nursing in an associate degree program is for new and not-so-new faculty. Advice gleaned from the author's many years of teaching is presented in a friendly and easy-to-read format, designed to quickly help new faculty get a positive sense of direction. The special issues of AD nursing students -- many have full-time jobs, families, and are more mature than the "traditional" college student -- are given full consideration. Strategies discussed include: What to do during the first class Motivating students Helping the student in crisis Helping students with poor reading, study, and academic skills Helping students with time management
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