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Filamer Christian University College of Nursing Roxas City Philosophy of Filamer Christian University : Filamer Christian University is committed

to the education of the whole person; the development of God- given talents: enrichment of the intellect; the refinement of character; reverence to God and the appreciation of Gods Creation. Ideals of Filamer Christian University: Filamer is not just a school like any other. It was founded for the purpose of giving high quality education in a Christian atmosphere. This means that Filamer is supposed to be instilling values other than the academic and social ones. These values are important for the development of individual as person and as a contributing member of the society. He should be equipped to contribute to the building of a nation in which he lives. Core Values of FCU: Spirituality, Love, Truth, Social Responsibility, Economic Efficiency, Cultural Identity, Nationalism and Patriotism Vision: A dynamic Christian institution committed to quality and excellent education. Mission: To provide a relevant quality and holistic education for the pursuit of academic excellence and the development of the total well-being of individuals in society. Goals: 1. To perpetuate the Christian heritage of the school as a church-related institution maintaining an ecumenical stance. 2. To develop the spiritual, intellectual, physical, moral, economic, social, cultural and political well-being of the students through relevant quality education in a Christian atmosphere. 3. To demonstrate Christian love by reaching out and participating in society building through community service. 4. To promote research for the advancement of knowledge. 5. To develop self-sufficiency and sustainability through production, enterprise and resource generation development.

RELATED LEARNING ACTIVITIES PLAN FOR THE SY 2011-2012 SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE NUMBER: NCM 202 : CARE OF THE MOTHER, CHILD, FAMILY and POPULATION GROUP AT RISK OR WITH PROBLEMS Area of Exposure: CEH PEDIATRIC WARD Date of Exposure: January to March, 2012 Monday and Tuesday ( Beneficence) Thursday and Friday (Non-maleficence) Placement: Second Year, Second Semester Grading System: RLE Performance: 40% Exposure Test 25% RLE Notebook15% Conceptual Map 10% Readings 10% TOTAL 100% OBJECTIVES OF THE CONCEPT RLE ACTIVITIES INSTRUCTOR LEARNER FACILITATOR Lecture- discussion with ZOPP Cards The immunization and its related terms are written in a ZOPP Card. Watsons S-R model of learning or the Stimulus Response Theory Learning is a result of the conditions or stimuli in the environment and the learners response that follow.

RLE OBJECTIVE

EVALUATION Graded recitation Paper and pencil test

At the end of 40 hours exposure in CEH 1. Define (PW), the Level 2 Immunization and Student will acquire related terms appropriate attitude, knowledge and skills with the Expanded Program on Immunization as designed by the Department of Health (DOH)

In the lecturediscussion strategy, the instructor shares several ideas with the class and The learner is expected then stops so that the to participate actively in class can discuss the the discussion by: ideas. 1. Be prepared to

participate in the discussion by completing his/her assignment. 2. Be sure to have made a list of questions about the assignment. Discussions are the perfect time to clear up questions. 3. While other learners are speaking, listen to what they have to say. Some learners make the mistake of using other learners speaking time to formulate their own comments 4. He/she may disagree with others during a discussion. Do so assertively and firmly. Avoid yelling matches at all costs. It enriches your world to listen to

anothers point of view before responding. 2. Discuss the Expanded Program on Immunization Lecture-discussion with the handouts The linguistic learner The linguistic learner learns best by saying, hearing and seeing words. Paper and Pencil test

Providing handouts for the students and the instructor will act as a discussant leader during the discussion. The learner is expected to have an advanced notes so he/she could also discuss EPI in the Ward Class while 3. Determine the content of Basic Immunization Lecture-discussion with a Flip Chart It would be easier for the Lecturer/Facilitator to prepare a flip chart during the discussion. The flip chart is a tool for an actual means or vehicle by which information is shared with the learner. The Spatial Learner or the Visualizer The spatial leaner learns best by visualizing, dreaming, working with colors and pictures, and studying diagrams and boxes. He/she is good in imagining things, sensing changes, puzzles and charts. The Learner is expected to 1. Make his/her own diagrams, boxes, or lists Paper and pencil Test

when they are not available 2. Redo his/her notes using key concepts. 3. Box the key information placed in his/her notes. 4. Identify the particular site for each vaccine * Lecture discussion with their respective picture or drawing in their advanced notes. * The learner is expected to identify the particular site for each vaccine. Learners must be motivated to identify and recite the sites of a particular vaccine

* Role-played simulation with lecture discussion This is a simulation technique where one person portrays the role of another whose primary purpose is to help participants and observers obtain insights into the behaviors and feelings

of people who are different from themselves by spontaneously acting out roles involving problems in human relations. Let the student play the role of the patient and the other one as a Nurse then discuss how vaccines are given. 5. List down the seven immunizable diseases and its prescribed time of administration * Motivate students to memorize the seven immunizable diseases with its respective time of administration. *Lecturedemonstration (Exposure in CHO) In lecture demonstration, the instructor must be able to smoothly, skillfully, and successfully demonstrate the procedure which the students must be able to see and hear clearly. * The student is expected to memorize the 7 immunizable diseases and discuss its significance

6. Demonstrate the following:

Graded Demonstration

Skill Performance Checklist Paper and Pencil Test

a. proper handling of a child during the conduct of Immunization

*Let the student observe how you demonstrate handling of the child during the conduct of the immunization * Let the student observe and note down the proper administration of vaccines

* The student is expected to demonstrate how the child will be handled during the conduct of immunization The student is expected to observe the proper administration of vaccines. Assign students to take part in the giving of immunization

b. the administration of vaccines

* The time spent by the students to communicate with the patient * It is important that the student is able to practice each step independently until the entire performance is complete with the instructor giving positive verbal reinforcement from time to time.

7. Document the time and the date the vaccine was given

LectureDemonstration 1. FHSIS 2. Growth Monitoring Chart 3. Treatment Record

The Interpersonal Learner The learner learns best by sharing, comparing, cooperating, and interviewing. With his/her interpersonal learning, he/she could be able to identify the documents and how to fill it up.

Paper and Pencil Test

Prepared by: MRS. JEANNIE V. DUMAGPI, RN Clinical Instructor Reviewed by: MRS. JEAN B. OBLIGACION, RN MAN Levels 1 and 2 Clinical Coordinator Approved by: MR. ROBYNIEL A. ALBA RN MAN Dean, College of Nursing