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1. Facilitate Learning
Faculty members are responsible for creating an environment in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings that facilitates student learning and the achievement of desired cognitive, affective, and psychomotor outcomes.
2. Facilitate Learner Development and Socialization
Faculty members recognize his/her responsibility for helping students develop as nurses and integrate the values and behaviors expected of those who fulfill that role.
3. Use Assessment and Evaluation Strategies
Faculty members use a variety of strategies to assess and evaluate student learning in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings, as well as in all domains of learning.
4. Participate in Curriculum Design and Evaluation of Program Outcomes
Faculty members are responsible for formulating program outcomes and designing curricula that reflect contemporary health care trends and prepare graduates to function effectively in the health care environment.
5. Function as a Change Agent and Leader
Faculty members function as change agents and leaders to create a preferred future for nursing education and nursing practice. Leadership may include mentoring or supervision of new and/or adjunct clinical faculty members.
6. Pursue Continuous Quality Improvement in the Educator Role
Faculty members recognize that his/her role is multidimensional and that an ongoing commitment to develop and maintain competence in the role and to life-long learning is essential.
7. Engage in Scholarship
Faculty members acknowledge that scholarship is an integral component of the faculty role and that teaching itself is a scholarly activity.
8. Function within the Education and Community Environment
Faculty members are knowledgeable about the educational environment within which he/she practices and recognizes how political, institutional, social, and economic forces impact his/her role.
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· A minimum of a master’s degree in nursing from an accredited institution. National certification in area of clinical specialty is preferred.
· Current unencumbered Colorado license as a registered nurse.
· Current CPR certification as a healthcare provider.
· Successful completion of a criminal background check.
· Current clinical nursing knowledge within area of specialty and ongoing maintenance of clinical competency.
· Minimum of three years of recent clinical experience in area of specialty.
· One year teaching professional nursing preferred.
· Documented knowledge of education, instructional delivery, and adult learning required.
· Ability to communicate effectively verbally, in writing, and through learning technologies such as computers and e-mail.
· Ability to work effectively with clinical agencies, staff, faculty, and students as a member of the team.