Nursing Education Management : For Student Generation Y
Keywords:nursing education management, student generation y
AbstractThai new generations, either called “why generation” or generation Y, aging approximately 16-30, are playing more signifcant role. Those in this age group tended to have high self-esteem, dynamic personality, and quick adaptation. In addition to relishing challenges, they lived in a modern lifestyle and exploited communication technologies. To provide learning process appropriate and relevant to their characteristics of this generation, the article developed suggestion to manage nursing education. The classroom management was achieved by establish classroom-learning group so that they could learn from real-world situations and they were promoted for positive thinking. In addition, teaching and learning technologies were introduced into the classroom. The collected knowledge was subject to manage for continued and sustainable development. Therefore, they were capable of applying novel and critical nursing knowledge to improve nursing profession.
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