SCHOOL OF NURSING
RN-BSN PROGRAM

COLLEGE 
OF 
HEALTH
AND 
URBAN AFFAIRS

Professional Nursing I: Socialization
EXAMPLE OF A TEACHING PLAN

To e-mail the instructor  phillips@fiu.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION

Program Description:  The teaching plan below is part of a larger program of learning related to self-care for young adults attending college.  The larger program of learning includesself-care teaching for common acute illnesses and injuries.

Rationale for the Program:  Young adults need increased independence for managing their own 
health care.  The program provides a means for increasing young adults' self-care related to health 
promotion, maintenance, and restoration.

Resources Needed:  Resources include printed and audiovisual materials as well as staff personnel 
with expertise in health related topics.  In addition, the clinic should have space that is private and has 
minimal distractions. 

Entry Requirements:  Participants in the program will be young adults registered for courses at the 
college.

Learning Environment:  The learning environment is the student health clinic situated in a central 
area on the college campus. 

Assessment of Learner: A 24 year-old make college student who suffered a 2.5inch laceration on 
the left lower anterior leg during a hockey game.  The laceration was cleansed, sutured, and bandaged. 
Client states that he lives in the dormitory and is able to care for the wound himself.  Wound care 
includes an appointment  in 10 days at the student health clinic for suture removal.  Client is able to 
understand and speak English. 
 

TEACHING PLAN CHART

PROGRAM GOAL:  College student clientele will have increased knowledge in self-care treatment of common acute illnesses and injuries.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

DOMAIN &

LEVEL

CONTENT OUTLINE

TEACHING STRATEGIES

EVALUATION

Upon completion of the teaching session, the client will:

 

The client will:

Describe normal wound healing without error.

Cognitive
Comprehension

Normal wound healing

Explanation and answering questions

Audiovisual showing normal wound healing

Respond correctly to questions about wound healing.

State three signs and symptoms of wound healing.

Cognitive
Comprehension

Infection signs/symptoms
Purulent drainage
Mal-alignment of wound edges
Fever

Explanation and answering questions

Printed materials describing and showing infection signs/symptoms

State correctly three signs and symptoms of wound infection.

Prepare all the equipment needed for wound care.

Psychomotor
Set

Equipment includes:
Dressing materials
Cleansing solutions

Examples of equipment for wound care with explanation

Printed materials listing equipment for wound care

Correctly locate and prepare all equipment needed.

Demonstrate wound cleansing and bandaging without error.

Psychomotor
Guided
Response

Demonstration of wound cleansing and dressing on manikin.

Patient demonstrates wound cleansing and dressing on self.

Demonstration and return demonstration of wound care on manikin

Demonstration and return demonstration of wound care on self

Perform a return demonstration of wound care without error.

Identify the date, time and location of the follow-up appointment for suture removal.

Cognitive
Application

Follow-up treatment plan

Printed materials with written instructions

Correctly locate and identify date, time and location of the follow-up appointment.

Implement appropriate actions if questions or complications arise.

Affective
Responding

Available resources if questions or complications arise.

One-to-one discussion of common questions and complications with action plan

Printed material listing available resources

Implement an appropriate action plan if questions and complications.

COURSE
DESCRIPTION

GENERAL INFO REQUIREMENTS

SCHEDULE
DUE DATES

 

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