School of Nursing Course

Affiliation

Name: Traci Snedden
SCID: School of Nursing
Department:
Course Name: NursingCourse Objectives:CO1: Explain the etiology, pathogenesis, morphology, local and systemic effects of cell injury.
CO2: Distinguish the phenomenon of inflammation and its’ relationship to disease.
CO3: Discuss principles of immunology, cancer and the basic physiological processes as they apply to disease states.
CO4: Explore the etiology, pathogenesis, morphology and clinical significance of selected disorders by system across the lifespan.Course Units:

CU1: Cell adaptation, injury, death
CU2: Genetic and Congenital Disorders
CU3: Neoplasia
CU4: Disorders of the Respiratory system
CU5: Disorders of the Gastrointestinal system
CU6: Disorders of the Hepatobiliary system
CU7: Disorders of the Endocrine system
CU8: Disorders of the Cardiovascular system
CU9: Disorders of the Musculoskeletal system
CU10: Disorders of the Renal system

Unit Objectives:

UO1: Define key terms specific to normal respiratory anatomy and physiology
UO2: State normal values for common labs that assess respiratory function
UO3: Differentiate disorders of upper and lower respiratory systems
UO4: Identify common respiratory dysfunction presentations specific to developmental status (infant, child, young adult, older adult)
UO5: Recognize, explain and prioritize presentations of respiratory dysfunction and related common disease states across the lifespan using case study examples

Activity One

Activity:
Description:Guided reading assignment using an instructor-generated summary of chapter/unit priorities with inclusion of charts, diagrams and figures in addition to specific chapter sections  or articles identified within this summary.Modality: Online
Activity Sequence: Pre-Class
Objectives Supported: UO: 1- UO:4
Horton Type: Absorb and Do
Bloom’s Level: Remember and Understand
Evidence: Formative: Engagement in classroom activities; Ongoing FIDeLity (Frequent, Immediate, Discriminating, and done Lovingly) feedback (Fink)
Time on Task: 60 minutes
Required Knowledge: Reading ability and appropriate comprehension level
Pedagogical Role: Ensure this summary and related readings match course/unit goals and help students think critically.
Social Role: Cultivate student engagement in online activities by ensuring they are streamlined to in-class activities. Promote community building in online and face to face activities.
Managerial Role: Define expectations, ground rules for in-class preparation, engagement, respectful postings and interactions verbally and in Course FAQ section
Technical Role: Ensure comfort with LMS, students and software (achieved pre-class and resources are posted for students)
Technical Role: Canvas-based post, digital or print textbook

Activity Two

Activity:
Description:Reflection Question/sharing (paper/pencil): “What knowledge is required to recognize respiratory dysfunction in any age group?” Modality: Face to Face
Activity Sequence: In-Class
Objectives Supported: UO:4 and UO:5
Horton Type: Do and Connect
Bloom’s Level: Apply and Analyze
Evidence: Formative: Contributions to group sharing
Time on Task: 20 minutes (5 minute reflect/write and 15 minute share)
Required Knowledge: Assigned pre-class readings and interactive activities
Pedagogical Role: Monitor instructor participation to ensure an open and encouraging discussion.
Social Role: Cultivate student engagement in online activities by ensuring they are streamlined to in-class activities. Promote community building in online and face to face activities.
Managerial Role: Define expectations, ground rules for in-class preparation, engagement, respectful postings and interactions verbally and in Course FAQ section
Technical Role: Ensure comfort with LMS, students and software (achieved pre-class and resources are posted for students)
Technical Role:

Activity Three

Activity:
Description:Vocabulary Quiz per Top Hat SRS (clickers)Modality: Face to Face
Activity Sequence: In-Class
Objectives Supported: UO:1
Horton Type: Absorb
Bloom’s Level: Remember and Understand
Evidence: Quiz score
Time on Task: 15 minutes
Required Knowledge: Respiratory terms from assigned guided reading
Pedagogical Role: Ensure quiz items aligns with previously assigned readings and activities.
Social Role: Cultivate student engagement in online activities by ensuring they are streamlined to in-class activities. Promote community building in online and face to face activities.
Managerial Role: Define expectations, ground rules for in-class preparation, engagement, respectful postings and interactions verbally and in Course FAQ section
Technical Role: Ensure comfort with LMS, students and Top Hat software (achieved pre-class and resources are posted for students)
Technical Role: Top Hat SRS

Activity Four

Activity:
Description:Mini-lecture (TED-talk style) with engagement (socratic questioning/quizzing embedded)Modality: Face to Face
Activity Sequence: In-Class
Objectives Supported: UO: 1 and UO:2
Horton Type: Absorb and Connect
Bloom’s Level: Remember, Understand and Apply
Evidence: Formative: Engagement in classroom activities
Time on Task: 30 minutes
Required Knowledge: Vocabulary
Pedagogical Role: Embed assessment strategies within presentation to hold engagement
Social Role: Cultivate student engagement in online activities by ensuring they are streamlined to in-class activities. Promote community building in online and face to face activities.
Managerial Role: Define expectations, ground rules for in-class preparation, engagement, respectful postings and interactions verbally and in Course FAQ section
Technical Role: Ensure comfort with LMS, students and software (achieved pre-class and resources are posted for students)
Technical Role: powerpoint

Activity Five

Activity:
Description:Group Assignment (Video case Scenarios for each table): Guiding QuestionsModality: Face to Face
Activity Sequence: In-Class
Objectives Supported: UO: 4 and UO:5
Horton Type: Do and Connect
Bloom’s Level: Apply, Analyze, and Evaluate
Evidence: Engagement and contributions to group activity
Time on Task: 1 hour
Required Knowledge: Group Assignment
Pedagogical Role: Ensure case scenarios are relevant, accurate, consistently formatted and align with course and unit objectives.
Social Role: Cultivate student engagement in online activities by ensuring they are streamlined to in-class activities. Promote community building in online and face to face activities.
Managerial Role: Define expectations, ground rules for in-class preparation, engagement, respectful postings and interactions verbally and in Course FAQ section
Technical Role: Ensure comfort with LMS, students and software (achieved pre-class and resources are posted for students)
Technical Role: LMS with embedded video case scenarios and folders that are only viewable to assigned group at classtime

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