first_imgDemonstrate a commitment to life-long learningUse feedback gained from self, peers, learners, andadministrative evaluation to improve role effectivenessModel cultural sensitivity when advocating for changeIntegrate a long term, innovative, and creative perspectiveinto the academic nurse educator roleSupport a culture for change within SNHP programsRequired QualificationsMinimum Qualifications: Work under direction of the Retention Specialist in designing,implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the student retention andsuccess program within SNHPInstruct and evaluate students in the clinical laboratoryincluding theory content and assist with campus lab simulationProvide feedback to faculty in SNHP programs related to studentperformance in the clinical laboratory and simulationactivitiesProvide remediation to students in SNHP programs to enhancestudent learning Professional Development Position Specific Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or required license and/orcertification in an Allied Health field (PTA, Respiratory Care,Surgical Technology, EMS, Dental Hygiene, Health InformationTechnology) with specific strengths in academic skill building andan emphasis in math, biological sciences, literacy and readingcomprehension skills specific to programs in SNHP.Demonstrate exemplary tutoring, and communication skills inpreparing students to make academic transitions throughout the SNHPprogramsDemonstrate computer proficiencyDemonstrate excellent writing skills and be able to assiststudents in the writing processPossess mathematical skills and be able to tutor math forclinical applications Use a variety of strategies to assess and evaluate learning inthese domains: cognitive, psychomotor, and affectiveUse existing evaluation tools for assessing clinical practiceand educational outcomesEvaluate available resources for learner assessment andevaluationImplement evaluation strategies that are appropriate to thelearner and learning outcomesUse assessment and evaluation data to enhance theteaching-learning processAdvise learners regarding assessment and evaluationcriteriaProvide timely, constructive, and thoughtful feedback tolearners Assessment & Evaluation: Description/Job SummaryUnder the general direction of the Associate Dean, the On-CampusClinical Instructor will work in collaboration with the RetentionSpecialist in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluatingthe student retention and success program within the School ofNursing and Health Professions (SNHP). The On-Campus ClinicalCoordinator will also participate in departmental and college wideactivities in keeping with the mission and vision of Baltimore CityCommunity College.Responsibilities/DutiesEssential Functions: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or required license and/orcertification in a Nursing and/or Allied Health fieldCPR CertificationYearly PPD (tuberculin) testinglast_img read more

first_imgAl Shabaab militants in TrainingAl-Shabaab militants have threatened to stage more attacks in Kenya, just two days after their gunmen slaughtered 148  people at a university in the country’s north east.A statement released by the militants, says quote, ” Kenyan cities will run red with blood… this will be a long, gruesome war of which you, the Kenyan public, are its first casualties.”The statement described how they had specifically singled out non-Muslims to kill, gathering them together before executing them.The day-long siege on Thursday in Garissa was Kenya’s deadliest terror attack since the 1998 bombing of the U.S. embassy in Nairobi, and the bloodiest ever by the militants.The group also issued a warning of pending attacks against Universities and institutions of higher learning forcing the institutions to heighten their security measures.The University of Nairobi, Kenyatta University and the United States International University – Kenya had all issued security memos days before the attack on Garissa University claimed by Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabaab.The memos informed students and staff of new security measures while cautioning people within their campuses to be extra vigilant.Al-Shabab has staged numerous attacks in Kenya. The 2 April massacre at Garissa University, near the border with Somalia, is the bloodiest so far.However the worst attack to date was on Nairobi’s Westgate shopping centre in 2013, when at least 68 people died.In Westgate, and other attacks, the militants spared Muslims, while killing those unable to recite verses from the Koran.There are also regular gun and grenade attacks attributed to al-Shabab both in border areas, where many Kenyans are ethnic Somalis, and in Nairobi.Kenya has sent its troops into Somali territory, where they have joined the African Union force battling the militants.Al-Shabab has also set up a recruiting network in Kenya, especially around the port city of Mombasa, which has a large Muslim population.last_img read more

first_img Promoted ContentWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?These Popular Hollywood Stars Got Their Start On Soap OperasTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be Awesome9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right Now8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Loading… “I said: ‘Look Tyson – when me and you can get a fight together, we don’t have to worry about Usyk. See you next year’. “I said hello to Mrs Fury, gave her a wave, and that was it.” Joshua insisted it was not a planned face-to-face, but did say that he “knew he was coming because I know a few people who know his mates”. Both Fury and Joshua are expected to have title defences before the year is out. Fury is contracted to have a trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder after he knocked out the American back in February to win the WBC strap. Joshua will defend the other four belts in the heavyweight division against 39-year-old Pulev. But that fight could take place without fans. read also:Joshua may defend world titles against Pulev behind closed doors AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn told ESPN: “We know AJ’s only going to fight once this year, so we want to give ourselves the best opportunity to bring in a crowd, and that would obviously be the later the better. “But it’s still not a gimme at all. There’s still a very strong chance that AJ will have to fight behind closed doors.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Anthony Joshua has revealed what he said during his chance meet-up with Tyson Fury out in Marbella. The WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight champ uploaded a snap of the two Brits chatting out in sunny Spain onto social media last month. Anthony Joshua bumped into Brit rival and fellow world heavyweight champ Tyson Fury out in Marbella last month It came just weeks after Fury had announced that the pair had agreed to two fights in 2021. The photo showed Fury, 31, parked up in his car with Joshua stood by the roadside chatting to him. Now Joshua, who is expected to defend his titles against Bulgarian veteran Kubrat Pulev next in December, has opened up on how the discussion went. And heavyweight contender Oleksandr Usyk seemed to be on the mind of the Gypsy King. Speaking to Sky Sports, the 30-year-old said: “He [Fury] said: ‘Don’t lose to Kubrat Pulev!’ “I said: ‘That’s something silly to say’. “He said: ‘Have you got to fight Usyk?’Advertisementlast_img read more