A Collection of Successful Syllabus Submissions
Nursing 190: Introduction to Nursing Syllabus
Course Instructors: Jeanette Peterson, MSN, RN (Course Coordinator), Denise Cooper MSN; Stephanie Genz, EdD, R.N.; Sarah Jarvis MS, RN; Patricia Kiladis, PhD, M.S. R.N.; Edna Magpantay-Monroe, EdD. A.P.R.N.; Catherine Ryan, DNP, RN, CNM, CNE.
Why this syllabus is a great example:
- Learning outcomes for S-L,
- Clear instructions on how to get started,
- Due dates,
- Explicit reflection guidelines,
- Rubric for grading reflection,
- Class time allocated for introducing S-L assignment and for discussion about S-L experience,
- In addition, policies and expectations are handed out.
- These outline approved projects and rules for counting hours for multiple S-L classes, etc.
PH 100 (Pete Steiger) won the “Wet Feet” Syllabus Contest in 2007.
Other successful contest submissions:
ED 635 (Richard Kido)
RE 461 (Poranee Natadecha-Sponsel)
More outstanding examples of well-integrated S-L syllabi:
PSY 101 (Dorothy Bach)
AC 306 (Wayne Tanna)
ED 280 (Amanda Street)
CJ-RE 332 (Nani Lee)