Expand upon how the key concepts of adult learning theory presented by your peers’ can be applied to the educational environment.

Discussion Peer/Participation Prompt [Due Sunday]
Please respond to this post. To ensure that your responses are substantive, use at least three of these prompts:
Comment on your peers’ selection of peer-reviewed article and the effectiveness of the theory used.
Compare and contrast your response with your peers’ response about the benefit of utilizing theory to advance nursing education.
Expand upon how the key concepts of adult learning theory presented by your peers’ can be applied to the educational environment.
Present new references that support your opinions.
Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format
This is her paper you are to respond to:
In the article, Caritas Education: Theory to Practice (2020), the authors examine how the use of Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring is applied to nursing education as well as the application of theory to practice. Understanding caring is a key component to nursing, this article discusses that nurses tend to forget their own self needs and this leads to nursing burnout and compassion fatigue. The incorporation of technology into care model and practice have also scrutinized and changed the way care is provided in the 21st century. Patient satisfaction scores also play a determining factor in hospital reimbursement, the questionnaire for patients does contain nursing communication and treatment questions for the patient to review. This brings nursing theory, education, and practice full circle in that what we educate associate or bachelor degree level nurses is still important in the grand scheme of the nursing model as well as providing care. The idea that nursing care has financial impacts upon both patients, as well as hospital systems, goes to show the amount of integration that nursing has been giving into the healthcare system.
According to McEwen & Wills (2017), Adult Learning theory is the explanation of concepts in a way in which the learner has a sense of self-education and desire to learn as well as the educator’s willingness to teach and explain without talking “at” the patient (pg. 408). With an understanding of patients’ willingness to learn, nurses are to take that concept and apply the nursing theory to it when it comes to patient education. Ideally, you will a patient something once, and their desire to learn it will help them cement the concept or idea. But we all know patients are sometimes not compliant, so the educational component becomes much more apparent in their care. Explaining when why and how to take diabetic medication is far more important than “do what I say or you won’t get better”. We must use patient psychology and understanding of different educational standards and methods in order to find the best educational steps to ensure the patient consumes the information and can reproduce the information with demonstration and adherence to the medical regimen.
References
McEwen, M., Wills, E. M. (2017). Theoretical Basis for Nursing, 5th Edition. [VitalSource Bookshelf 10.0.2]. Retrieved from vbk://9781496351210
Rossillo, K., Norman, V., Wickman, M., & Winokur, E. (2020). Caritas Education: Theory to Practice. International Journal for Human Caring, 24(2), 106–120. https://doi.org/10.20467/HumanCaring-D-19-00030
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Brad, and Professor, I think this article on Caritas Education is extremely interesting. In all of my own studies regarding “Human Caring,” in a patient care sense, and this is the first time I have read of “incorporation into learning models with nursing education” One of the “precautionary statements in “caring’ is that as nurses we must take care fo focus a balanced part of “caring theory” on ourselves as nurses, or as Brad reminds us that if we don’t take care of our own needs, “burn-out will occur.” Nursing education can provide a similar venue for those of us who are educators. I have always felt and “learned via study after study” that those who enter nursing is not simply “happenstance,” nurses are “drawn to the profession due to their own extreme, and sometimes “obsessive need to care” about others. If we are not taught at an early part of our careers about this need to balance, we won’t last as nurses and in fact will “flee” from the profession. I did read and save this reference as an article I might use in the future and found it very insightful as well as your post.
References:
Rossillo, K., Norman, V., Wickman, M., & Winokur, E. (2020). Caritas Education: Theory to Practice. International Journal for Human Caring, 24(2), 106–120. https://doi.org/10.20467/HumanCaring-D-19-00030
Assignment Rubric Details
Rubric
NU500 Unit 5 Discussion 1 – Theory and Education Rubric
NU500 Unit 5 Discussion 1 – Theory and Education Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Content
NU500-CO2; NU500-CO3; NU500-CO4; NU500-CO6
12 pts
100%
Initial post addresses all of the required prompt elements in the discussion and demonstrates an exemplary understanding of course content and topic.
11 pts
92%
Initial post addresses all of the required prompt elements in the discussion and demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of course content and topic.
10 pts
83%
Initial post is missing one important prompt element and/or demonstrates a basic understanding of course content and topic.
9 pts
75%
Initial post is missing more than one important prompt element and/or demonstrates a limited understanding of course content and topic.
8 pts
67%
Initial post does not address discussion prompt elements, and/or does not demonstrate understanding of course content and topic and/or initial post is poorly paraphrased even if accompanied by in-text citations.
0 pts
0%
Initial post was not submitted and/or not submitted on time and/or initial post demonstrates copying and pasting with or without proper use of quotations or supporting in-text citations.
12 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Analysis
PRICE-I
12 pts
100%
The analysis of the topic includes breadth and depth, is aligned to the unit topic, relates to the course content and personal analysis is supported by exemplary references and examples.
11 pts
92%
The analysis of the topic is justified, and aligned to the unit topic, and personal analysis is supported by comprehensive references and/or examples.
10 pts
83%
There is a basic analysis of the topic and personal analysis is supported by basic references and/or examples.
9 pts
75%
There is minimal evidence of analysis of the topic and/or personal analysis is supported by limited references and/or examples.
8 pts
67%
There is no evidence of analysis of the topic and/or personal analysis is not supported by references and/or examples.
0 pts
0%
Initial post was not submitted and/or not submitted on time and/or analysis had no relationship to the topic and/or initial post demonstrates copying and pasting with or without proper use of quotations or supporting in-text citations.
12 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Collaboration
PRICE-E
12 pts
100%
Collaborates with fellow learners at an exemplary level relating the discussion to relevant course concepts and extending the conversation with substantive content.
11 pts
92%
Collaborates with fellow learners at a comprehensive level relating the discussion to relevant course concepts and extending the conversation with substantive content.
10 pts
83%
Collaborates with fellow learners at a basic level relating the discussion to some course concepts and extending the conversation with basic content and/or postings are not submitted on a minimum of 3 separate days.
9 pts
75%
Limited collaboration with fellow learners and makes little connection to course content and/or does not extend the conversation.
8 pts
67%
Collaborates with fellow learners but only one response post was submitted and/or response post(s) are poorly paraphrased even if accompanied by in-text citations.
0 pts
0%
No response posts were submitted and/or not submitted on time and/or there is no relationship between the response posts and the discussion prompts and/or one or more response posts demonstrate copying and pasting with or without proper use of quotations or supporting in-text citations.
12 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Writing
2 pts
100%
Posts in this discussion are well written and well organized demonstrating exemplary scholarly writing. Mechanics (spelling and punctuation) and grammar are excellent.
1.8 pts
92%
Posts in this discussion are well written and well organized demonstrating comprehensive scholarly writing and/or have 1-2 errors in mechanics and/or grammar.
1.7 pts
83%
Posts in this discussion are basic examples of scholarly writing and/or have 3 errors in mechanics and/or grammar.
1.5 pts
75%
Posts in this discussion are not clear and/or lack organization and/or have 4 or more errors in mechanics and/or grammar.
1.3 pts
67%
Posts in this discussion lack evidence of clear, organized scholarly writing. Errors interfere with reading and/or understanding of content.
0 pts
0%
Posts were not submitted and/or one or more posts demonstrate copying and pasting with or without proper use of quotations or supporting in-text citations.
2 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome APA
PRICE-I
2 pts
100%
Posts in this discussion demonstrate in-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style and formatting.
1.8 pts
92%
Posts in this discussion demonstrate in-text citations of sources and references but have 1-2 minor APA errors.
1.7 pts
83%
Posts in this discussion demonstrate in-text citations of sources and references but have 3-4 APA errors.
1.5 pts
75%
Posts in this discussion demonstrate in-text citations of sources and references but have 5-6 APA errors.
1.3 pts
67%
Posts in this discussion do not provide sufficient in-text citations and/or references and/or have 7 or more APA errors.
0 pts
0%
Posts were not submitted and/or one or more posts demonstrate copying and pasting with or without proper use of quotations or supporting in-text citations.
2 pts
Total Points: 40
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