At LifeCareSim, I recognize the angst everyone is feeling during this challenging time of the corona virus. It may be a challenge to move classes on-line and to lose clinicals on short notice. Ponder (TM) the Socratic Way can help engage students on Discussion Boards in a fun and meaningful manner. I am offering $200 […]
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Games Used to Develop Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing Students
Critical-Thinking Challenge Games and Teaching Outside of the Box was published in the March/April issue of Nurse Educator, Volume 40, Number 2 p. 57-58.
Article that debuted on the front page of the Memphis Daily News: http://www.memphisdailynews.com/news/2014/jan/29/thinking-like-socrates/
The Call Light Game, an extension of What Would Socrates Think? that combines unpredictable, constantly changing patient scenarios into the simulation lab won Runner Up for Best in Show at the 2014 IMSH Serious Games and Virtual Environment Showcase in the Faculty Division in San Francisco! The professional prototype for this game is currently being […]
Dr. Bensinger has initiated an Internal Review Board approved study, with the blessings of the Chief Nursing Officers of 6 local hospitals, with a goal of 200 nurses in the hospitals’ nurse residency program. The residency program is a year of monthly classes offered to new graduates starting to work for the hospitals. Testing has […]
Dr. Bensinger’s abstract, “The Call Light Game—an Innovative Way to Engage Students in Learning” has been accepted for poster presentation at the IMSH 2014 Conference in San Francisco, January 2014. The peer reviewers of this abstract loved the idea and there is interest in Dr. Bensinger publishing an article.
“What Would Socrates Think?” Was presented at the International Medical Simulation in Health Care (IMSH) Virtual Environment and Showcase in January 2013. Approximately 3,000 people attended this conference, and “What Would Socrates Think” was well received. For more information about this game, please fill out our contact form.