Can Experiential Learning Go Virtual? Lessons Learned From Canadian Nursing Education During the Pandemic

Can Experiential Learning Go Virtual? Lessons Learned From Canadian Nursing Education During the Pandemic

Education & Skills
Pages:19 pages20 min read

Author: The Conference Board of Canada

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This research examines how the switch to virtual learning during the pandemic affected outcomes for nursing graduates and ways that online tools and technologies can support experiential learning.

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In this research, we examine the results of interviews with nurse educators, nursing experts, and recent nurse graduates to determine how the pandemic-driven move to virtual study affected the delivery of experiential learning.

Did nursing students learn the necessary skills required for safe and effective practice? How did the move to online learning affect student engagement and academic dishonesty? Were there benefits specific to virtual learning that can be incorporated into future teaching efforts?

Read the issue briefing to get our full analysis.

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