QSEN Teaching Strategies Update

If you are a nursing faculty member looking for creative approaches to delivering course content, browse the teaching strategies used by your colleagues in the QSEN Teaching Strategy repository. The peer-reviewed instructional methods can be tailored to fit traditional and virtual environments. The teaching strategies include a detailed description of the learning objectives, procedures for implementing the strategy, instructions for students, and grading rubrics, all of which you can adapt and use for your own unique instructional setting.

Examples of teaching strategies that work well in online classrooms include:

Error Near-Miss Event Discussion [https://qsen.org/error-near-miss-event-on-line-discussion/]

Students analyze an error or near-miss event using clinical practice guidelines and evidence from the literature while exploring the roles of transparency and just culture

Coding Practice Using ICD-10 for Nurse Practitioner Students [https://qsen.org/coding-practice-using-icd-10-for-nurse-practitioner-students/]

Graduate-level instruction in ICD-10 coding aimed at preparing students to enter clinical experiences.

Browse all teaching strategies [https://qsen.org/strategies/] or search for specific strategies [https://qsen.org/strategies/strategy-search/] by competency domains, learner levels, learner setting, and strategy type. Consider submitting [https://qsen.org/strategies/strategy-submission-guidelines/] an innovative teaching strategy you are using to educate nursing students.