21 st Century Fluencies in Nursing. By Diana Gedamke Marian University EDT 652 Innovations in Teaching. Solution Fluency. Whole Brain Thinking. Problem solving by thinking creatively Define the problem Design an appropriate solution Apply the solution
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By Diana Gedamke
Innovations in Teaching
Whole Brain Thinking
Problem solving by thinking creatively
Critical Thinking Skills In Nursing
(Rubenfeld and Scheffer, 2010, p. 31-32)
Ability to access digital information
Ability to effectively assess the information & content retrieved
The 5 A’s of Information Fluency
Working together with virtual and real partners
Nursing Application: Family/Medical Team Care Conferences; Multidisciplinary Patient Rounds;
Teleconferences (as seen with Telestroke Program: Froedert MD on Video camera assessing patient)
Meaning through design, art and storytelling
Ability to look analytically at communication media to interpret the real message
Ability to create and publish original digital products
“A leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader; A GREAT leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves”
Nursing: Patient Interaction -
As you truly are . . . Online & Face-to-Face
Jukes, I., McCain, T. D., & Crockett, L. (2010). A shift to whole-mind instruction. In Understanding the digital generation: Teaching and learning in the new digital landscape (pp. 66-68). Kelowna, BC, Canada: 21st Century Fluency Project.
Rubenfeld, M. G., & Scheffer, B. K. (2010). What is critical thinking? In Critical thinking tactics for nurses: Achieving the IOM competencies (2nd ed., pp. 31-32). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.