New Article Alert: Escape Rooms to Mentor and Educate Community/Public Health Nursing and Undergraduate Educators
We are thrilled to announce the availability of a new article that explores the innovative approach of using escape rooms to mentor and educate community/public health nursing and undergraduate educators. This article, written by esteemed thought leader Ann M. Stalter, PhD., RN., M. Ed., is now available for download.
Escape Rooms to Mentor and Educate Community/Public Health Nursing and Undergraduate Educators
The article focuses on the successful application of critical thinking and problem-solving strategies in escape rooms, with a specific emphasis on forming a BRAG (Best Review Article Guide). By reading this article, educators will gain valuable insights and practical lessons that can be incorporated into their teaching methodologies.
About the Author:
Ann M. Stalter, PhD., RN., M. Ed., is a renowned professor at Wright State University College of Health, Education and Human Services School of Nursing, Kinesiology, and Health Sciences. With her expertise in the scholarship of teaching and learning, Ann has provided valuable contributions to the field of community/public health nursing. Her latest article offers a unique perspective on the use of escape rooms for mentoring and educating educators.