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Teaching critical reading to graduate gerontology students

Carol A. Gaetjens

Teaching critical reading to graduate gerontology students

by Carol A. Gaetjens

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Published by The Haworth Press in Chicago, IL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aging.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCarol A. Gaetjens.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 photocopied article
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22153571M

    The International Network for Critical Gerontology brings together international scholars and graduate students interested in critical approaches to the study of aging and late life. Based at McMaster University in Canada, this virtual network links international scholars from various disciplinary perspectives in the humanities and social sciences. As a returning graduate student, I’ve had the challenge—and joy—of navigating through digital world! I earned my M.A. in the early ‘90s, and much has changed about doing research since then! I have also had a very steep learning curve with regards to what it means to become a historian.

    Critical Theory Program, Graduate. Terms offered: Spring , Fall , Spring This course will explore various contemporary engagements with the foundations of critical theory in relation to other histories and locations. Topics will vary by instructor but may include: post-continental political theory, critique and the problem of political dissent and citizenship, gender and race in.   Teaching Online Classes During The COVID Pandemic On one level, Panicgogy means understanding students' limitations. Some only have smartphones. Some have family responsibilities. But.

    Introducing Communication Research: Paths of Inquiry teaches students the basics of communication research in an accessible manner by using interesting real-world examples, engaging application exercises, and up-to-date resources. Best-selling author Donald Treadwell and new co-author Andrea Davis guide readers through the process of conducting communication research and presenting .   During the 20th century, literature experts developed new ways of reading and interpreting texts. Many programs require students to take at least one course that focuses on literary theory and practices of reading. This class provides a critical foundation for reading and introduces different methods for text interpretation. Literature of the South.


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Teaching critical reading to graduate gerontology students by Carol A. Gaetjens Download PDF EPUB FB2

As an instructor, I found the book to be a very useful guide for teaching geriatrics." Score: 90, 4 Stars. -Doody's Medical Reviews"Donna Bowles's Gerontology Nursing Case Studies is a unique volume that effectively addresses the lack of gerontology case studies for use with undergraduate nursing students.

This book demystifies the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of critical reading and writing in a highly accessible way. Scaffolded activities which encourage self-reflection provide essential practice for postgraduates wishing to develop their critical sub-skills, and are also an invaluable resource for Learning Development professionals working to foster these sub-skills in their students, whatever.

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“Reading lives is the primary activity. Reading literature, although we engage in it more intentionally and more mindfully, is the secondary one.

We are able to do the latter only insofar as we are already doing the former. As with narrative in general, then, reading our lives is not merely a metaphor for how we make sense of our lives.

The term “educational gerontology” was first used in a doctoral program at the University of Michigan to denote those “activities and study that occur at the interface of education and gerontology” (Peterson 68).It achieved academic prominence some years later with the publication of the first issue of the international journal Educational Gerontology, where “educational.

Keep its theme(s) in mind while reading the entire paper. Look up unfamiliar words as you encounter them. Re-write them in your own words if necessary, and use that definition when you encounter them later in the paper. Learn from headings within the Introduction, Methods, Results, & Conclusion.

Teaching Critical Reading Students are assigned heavy reading lists throughout their years at UC Berkeley, and frequently they skimp on their reading. On Berkeley’s University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey, 47% of the respondents reported reading 70% or less of their assigned readings during the academic year.

The Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology for the Healthcare Professional prepares students to become leaders in the challenging and rapidly evolving field of aging.

With classes offered online, working professionals can apply their experience to the classroom, and the design of the curriculum makes it applicable and relevant to the student.

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Compare that to a biology textbook, where it’s just fact after fact after fact.” In contrast to reading students may have done in the past, college-level assignments will prove a greater test of vocabulary and foundational knowledge, not to mention a student’s ability to draw inferences and ask critical questions.

As an instructor, I found the book to be a very useful guide for teaching geriatrics." Score: 90, 4 Stars. -Doody's Medical Reviews "Donna Bowles's Gerontology Nursing Case Studies is a unique volume that effectively addresses the lack of gerontology case studies for use with undergraduate nursing students.

Case studies are a pedagogically Reviews: Introduction to Gerontology - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives. The process of aging begins when we are young, and there are many factors that affect its progression and how individuals.

Dawn Carpenter, DNP, ACNP-BC, CCRN, is an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Graduate School of Nursing, where she coordinates the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP) program.

Carpenter possesses a passion for educating acute and critical-care nurses and nurse practitioner (NP) students and has more than 25 years of experience Reviews: Awarded second place in the AJN Book of the Year Awards in Gerontologic Nursing. Prepare your students for successful gerontological practice.

Focusing on the content that students need to know for effective practice, this text offers engaging, evidence-based coverage of the aging process, factors contributing to healthy aging, and unique aspects of disease presentation and management in.

Critical Gerontology Comes of Age reflects on how baby boomers, caretakers, and health professionals are perceiving and adapting to historical, social, political, and cultural changes that call into question prior assumptions about aging and life progression.

Through an exploration of earlier and later-life stages and the dynamic changes in intergenerational relations, chapter authors. The book has been written in a straightforward, user friendly style that takes the post graduate student through the process of writing each chapter of their dissertation/thesis through to some excellent suggestions for preparing for the viva.

I would recommend this as essential reading for post graduate nursing and healthcare related students. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education is dedicated to improving the quality and quantity of education and services available to the elderly by providing information to a broad range of students.

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Unlike geriatrics, which concentrates on the medical aspects of aging bodies and how they change and adjust to change in elder years, the field of gerontology has a multidisciplinary focus. Gerontology is the study of the physical aspects of aging, as well as the mental, social and societal implications of aging.

The program includes a literacy education emphasis that examines literacy development and instruction for students through adolescence. Classes cover topics like leadership, curriculum development, and teaching techniques for reading education. Students culminate the degree with a capstone project.

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This interdisciplinary graduate program is grounded in a holistic approach to aging, health and well-being and has been designed for flexibility to personalize a curriculum of theory and application best suited to each student’s unique needs related to their profession.Critical theory also recognizes that people come into school with different advantages and disadvantages and focuses on how to help every student achieve their potential.

Take Gina, for example.