Future Direction in Contemporary Learning and Education (Coursework Sample)
This paper is an evaluation of the implementation of inquiry-based learning (IBL) as an educational innovation at University of Surrey and University of Sheffield and its influence on educational outcomes.source..
Future Direction in Contemporary Learning and Education
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TOC \o "1-3" \hIntroductionPAGEREF _Toc451334791 \h3
Part A: Modern Educational InnovationsPAGEREF _Toc451334792 \h3
1.PAGEREF _Toc451334793 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334793 \hExamples of Institutions that currently use IBLPAGEREF _Toc451334793 \h3
2.PAGEREF _Toc451334794 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334794 \hThe benefits of IBL to the InstitutionsPAGEREF _Toc451334794 \h4
3.PAGEREF _Toc451334795 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334795 \hHow IBL May alter the Faculty's RolePAGEREF _Toc451334795 \h4
4.PAGEREF _Toc451334796 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334796 \hPreparations by a nurse educator for Incorporation of IBL into academic settingPAGEREF _Toc451334796 \h5
Part B: Creation of a Framework for Nursing CoursePAGEREF _Toc451334797 \h6
1.PAGEREF _Toc451334798 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334798 \hTitle of the CoursePAGEREF _Toc451334798 \h6
2.PAGEREF _Toc451334799 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334799 \hCourse competenciesPAGEREF _Toc451334799 \h6
3.PAGEREF _Toc451334800 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334800 \hImplementation of IBL in the CoursePAGEREF _Toc451334800 \h7
Part C: Evaluation of the Use of IBL within the Course frameworkPAGEREF _Toc451334801 \h8
1.PAGEREF _Toc451334802 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334802 \hSoliciting and Evaluating FeedbackPAGEREF _Toc451334802 \h8
2.PAGEREF _Toc451334803 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334803 \hAdvantages of using IBL in the coursePAGEREF _Toc451334803 \h9
3.PAGEREF _Toc451334804 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334804 \hDemerits of Using IBL in the CoursePAGEREF _Toc451334804 \h10
4.PAGEREF _Toc451334805 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334805 \hInfluence of IBL in student outcomePAGEREF _Toc451334805 \h11
5.PAGEREF _Toc451334806 \hPAGEREF _Toc451334806 \hHow to integrate IBL in Courses to be developed in FuturePAGEREF _Toc451334806 \h11
ConclusionPAGEREF _Toc451334807 \h12
Part D: CitationPAGEREF _Toc451334808 \h13
ReferencesPAGEREF _Toc451334809 \h13
This paper is an evaluation of the implementation of inquiry-based learning (IBL) as an educational innovation at University of Surrey and University of Sheffield and its influence on educational outcomes. It also evaluates the influence that the innovation can have on a newly created course, and a course to be created in the future. These help in the evaluation of the influence of the innovation in nursing education.
Part A: Modern Educational Innovations
The need for the improvement of education outcome has been stressed within this decade, with countries striving to ensure rise in competitiveness, economic growth, and social justice among other issues. The improvement of outcome in nursing education has proved vital, with educators striving to ensure they produce practitioners with the ability to adhere to the standards of practice and deliver quality services to patients. Educational innovations have proved significant in the improvement of the educational outcome in various fields. Educational innovations are the processes, products, approaches, and strategies that have significant improvements upon researchable scale and status quo. Examples of these innovations are MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), adaptive learning technologies, simulation/gaming strategies, flipped classroom setting, and inquiry-based learning. This paper discusses the use of IBL as an educational innovation that is currently implemented by a number of educational institutions.
1 Examples of Institutions that currently use IBL
Examples of institutions that have implemented IBL in various faculties include the University of Sheffield and The University of Surrey. At the University of Sheffield, IBL is being used in the faculties of humanities, engineering, dentistry and Health, Medicine, Science, Social Science, and International Faculty (Sheffield.ac.uk, 2016). The reason for the use of this educational innovation at the University of Sheffield was to increase the link between research and teaching. The initiative in the institution include the use of inspirational teachers who are major researchers within the subject, incorporating informed and current research topics in the curriculum, provision of opportunity of practicing and gaining research skills, and using inquiry and research to learn.
The University of Surrey has also incorporated IBL in various faculties to meet the objectives of their Project of Learning to Learn (McDonnell, 2015). The institution uses IBL to ensure the students have the ability of undertaking practical research work and gaining the abiliy to link theory to practical issues in various subjects. The role of IBL in the institution is to improve the education outcome in various fields.
2 The benefits of IBL to the Institutions
The benefits of the program stated by the two institutions have a significant form of similarity. These include giving students the ability to create their own significant questions; giving the students the ability to answer question using obtained supporting evidence; ability to explain any evidence that is gathered; ability to connect any explanations to the knowledge that is gathered from the process of investigation; and creation of a justification and an argument for the explanation given. All the benefits shape the level of knowledge and give the students the ability of connecting theory with practical activities in an industry.
3 How IBL May alter the Faculty's Role
IBL has been able to change the role of the faulty by increasing the emphasis that is placed on the inquiry nature of education, not just though questioning and thinking but at higher and deeper levels of questioning like critical thinking as well as analysis, and a reflection of the knowledge grasped. Processes of clinical reasoning, including moral reasoning, are highly incorporated into the faculty. Moreover, the implementation of IBL lead to the formulation and implementation of teaching strategies of a wide variety, that have the ability of incorporating individual styles of learning. As such, the students get the chance of approaching the learning process in a variety of ways that depend on their experience and age. The use of IBL also gives the students the chance of collaborating with professionals, peers, and educators as well as community organizations in the course of learning. Because of these alterations in the learning styles, IBL has the ability of changing the role of the faculty to case-related learning, problem-based learning, project-based learning, portfolio assessment, interdisciplinary learning, clinical reasoning, critical thinking, evidence-based practice...
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