Teaching Academy

Invited Guest Speakers


Student Learning

October 24, 2018


 Dr. Lisa Day

Vice Dean for Educational Innovation, College of Nursing at Washington State University

 

Dr. Lisa DayLisa Day is Vice Dean for Educational Innovation and Clinical Professor at Washington State University College of Nursing in Spokane, WA. She has consulted on several national nursing education-related projects; is a co-author of the landmark 2010 publication Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation; and has provided faculty development workshops and curriculum consultations for schools of nursing in the US and Canada. She is certified as a Nurse Educator (CNE) by the National League for Nursing (NLN). She was selected as a Macy Faculty Scholar in Interprofessional Education in 2015 with a project focused on professional formation and connecting interprofessional teams through shared professional values. Current projects include a study of a nursing education intervention focused on collaborative preparation of the direct-care nursing team in long-term care; and development of a course for health professions students in inter-professional values clarification.


Schedule of Events:

    Wednesday (Oct 24th)
    12:10 pm -  Seminar: Situated Learning and the Value of Uncertainty

      Description: The seminar will be about the valuable experiential learning, professional formation and skill development that can be facilitated in uncertain, unpredictable and under determined clinical situations where there is sometimes a tension between student learning and service to the patient/family. It will include a discussion of the philosophical background and teaching/learning implications of situated cognition and the Dreyfus model of skills acquisition.

Location: ADBF 2018/2020

Washington State University