Nancy Barker, MSN, EdD, RN

Philosophy

My philosophy of teaching is that every student is unique and must have a stimulating educational environment that utilizes active learning strategies to keep students engaged. It is my desire to create this type of atmosphere where students can meet their full potential. I provide a safe environment where students are invited to participate and make mistakes.  It is from our mistakes that we sometimes have our greatest learning opportunities.  I believe my role is to act as a facilitator for students to evolve into the best they can be.  I try to integrate humor into the classroom whenever possible.  

Education

Year Degree School/University Location
2016 Doctorate in Education Immaculata Immaculata, PA
2010 MSN in Nursing Education Drexel University Philadelphia, PA
1996 BS in Nursing Widener University Chester, PA
1998 ADN Delaware County Community College Media, PA

Courses

  • Nursing 318 Special Topics, Staff Development of the BSN (Fall, 2017/8)
  • Nursing 212 Nursing Theory and Concepts,
  • Nursing 380 Clinical Simulation in Nursing
  • Nursing 221 Skills for Professional Success
  • Nursing 312-Care of Older Adult and Care of Child
  • Nursing 311- Laboratory, Care of Childbearing Family and Community-based Care
  • Nursing 480- Advanced Clinical Simulation in Nursing

Publications

  • Barker, N. (July 2018). [Teaching Tip] The Amazing Race™ towards COPD Comprehension. Nurse Educator, 43(4).

Presentations

  • January 2018: Elsevier Nursing Education Conference, Using Clinical Faculty to Strengthen Program Outcomes. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Memberships

  • ANA
  • PNA
  • TriState Simulation Users Group
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