Opinions of Adult Learners About Negotiating Syllabi Rules in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program
A baccalaureate nursing (BSN) program is using the philosophy of adult learning as a tenet of curriculum development. This philosophical approach is to support the uniqueness of the adult learner. Are nursing faculty composing course syllabi in a way that allows accommodations for adult learners' complex lives? Which syllabi items, if any, would adult learners negotiate?
Schrader, Vivian and Davis, Shoni. (2008). "Opinions of Adult Learners About Negotiating Syllabi Rules in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program". Journal of Nursing Education, 47(12), 563-566.
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