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cells are extraordinary and are our body's main important members well for a practical joke I wouldn't think or brain, heart, kidneys, and intestines would say the same thing (HaHAHa) anyway back to the point cells are what get our blood flowing, our hearts pumping, our kidneys working, our muscles moving our vessels producing, our brain and brain cells thinking and leading our cells are so important to our body hope you enjoyed thisThe human body is a complex and remarkable organism, and at the core of its functioning are the cells. These tiny, yet extraordinary entities work tirelessly to keep our bodies healthy and functional. From circulating blood and oxygen throughout our bodies to powering our muscles and organs - cells are the unsung heroes of our physiological systems.

It's awe-inspiring to think that the trillions of cells in our bodies work in harmony to keep us alive and well. Each cell is unique and specialized, with a specific role to play in maintaining our health and wellbeing. From the neurons in our brains that allow us to think and feel, to the muscle cells that allow us to move and exercise - every cell is crucial to our overall health.

As we continue to learn more about the incredible power of cells, we are constantly reminded of their importance and potential. The future of medicine and healthcare lies in our ability to harness the power of cells to heal and regenerate damaged tissues and organs. With advancements in stem cell research and regenerative medicine, we are on the cusp of a new era in healthcare - one that is centered around the incredible potential of cells.

So let us take a moment to appreciate these remarkable entities that make up our bodies and keep us healthy and alive. Let us marvel at their complexity and celebrate their importance. The cells in our bodies may be small, but their impact on our health and well-being is truly immeasurable. Half work done by Grammarly woohoo for Grammarly you can try it, it is amazing

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life without cells would be helpless we would be weak and the government would have to build more hospitalsImagine a world where we didn't have the amazing power of cells to keep us going. It's hard even to fathom, but our bodies would be helpless and we would be weak. Just think about all the incredible things we can accomplish because of our cells - we can run, jump, dance, and explore the world around us. Let's never take for granted the incredible gift of life that our cells give us, and let's use that gift to inspire others and positively impact the world. Remember, you have the power to do amazing things - all thanks to the incredible cells that make up your body! and well no one would have the energy to give commands and move around to build the hospital

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I am embarking on a crucial inquiry to determine if the Amazon cave is home to any living cells. This investigation promises to unlock vital information about the ecological diversity of this region, and could yield essential insights into the nature of life itself

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Applying the new Scope of Practice as a Nursing Leader

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In July 2023, The College of Nurses of Ontario put their new Scope of Practice guidelines into place for all Nurses in Ontario. Significant changes to the document work hand in hand with the CNO's Code of Conduct and inform practice for nurses in Ontario.

As a nurse leader, it is incumbent on us to not only put this into our practice but also to support the nurses on our team with implementing it into theirs. This includes ensuring that the environment we work in is supportive of these practice changes.

Let's start with a video...

CNO Scope of Practice Webinar

After viewing the webinar from the CNO, let's take a minute to reflect on some of the ways that you can see how your practice needs to change.

You can refer to the Scope of Practice document here for any clarification....

College of Nurses of Ontario, Scope of Practice (2023)

Let's examine an example scenario:

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This module will explore the importance of applying the new Scope of Practice (CNO, 2023) as a nurse leader in your practice and supporting the nurses on your team with applying it in theirs.

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Remix of Guide to Planning and Designing an Online Learning Experience

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1. Learning objectives

Start with defining your "why".

  • What are your learning objectives?
  • What learning experience are you trying to solve?
  • What do you want to teach people?

2. Challenges

Next, identify the challenges your learners currently face in order to reach the learning objective(s) you just defined.

  • What is keeping them from being able to learn what you're hoping to teach them?
  • What are some learning gaps?
  • What are some non-learning gaps?

3. Content (Building Blocks)

Now it's time to start thinking about content.

It's easier to brainstorm all the content in terms of building blocks:

  • What are the "steps" that will form the journey to get the learner from Point A to Point B?
  • What does the learning experience need to consist of, in order to fulfill the learning objective?

4. Sequence

Like a puzzle, the content building blocks of the learning experience should "fit" together well. 

  • Will you incorporate spaced learning?
  • Do you have a progressive case study approach?
  • What's the starting point and what's the end-point for what you will teach?

Now try structuring and organizing the content you've planned. Organize the blocks in a sequence that fits the asynchronous and/or synchronous nature of your lesson/course/module.

5. Learning Activities

Especially in an online setting, the sequenced content you've planned should be matched with appropriate learning activities.

Think about all the different ways your learners can absorb the information.

  • How will they interact with the different concepts and skills?
  • How will they apply and practice new knowledge?

Examples of interaction formats for learning activities may include: audio, video, text, discussions, quizzes, critique sessions, lectures, projects, demos, etc.

6. Sensory

Great! Now that you've thought about: learning objectives, possible challenges faced by learners, content, sequencing/rhythm, and learning activities... 

It's time to take a step back and reflect on the sensory aspect of the learning experience. Sure, it's an online learning experience — but that doesn't mean it can't include offline, asynchronous formats or other ideas to take learning beyond the screen.

What are some words to describe how you want the learning experience to look and feel like for your learners?

Reflections from start to finish

A Japanese, slow-food "kaiseki" approach to designing educational experiences:

From start to finish, our goal is to craft a meaningful sequence of learning events that will give our students the taste, texture, appearance & colors of new and relevant knowledge.

A kaiseki approach to multimodal learning: many different courses representing different learning activities to form the whole learning journey

A Japanese slow-food approach to multimodal online learning

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Guide to Planning and Designing an Online Learning Experience

Content Blocks

1. Learning objectives

Start with defining your "why".

  • What are your learning objectives?
  • What learning experience are you trying to solve?
  • What do you want to teach people?

2. Challenges

Next, identify the challenges your learners currently face in order to reach the learning objective(s) you just defined.

  • What is keeping them from being able to learn what you're hoping to teach them?
  • What are some learning gaps?
  • What are some non-learning gaps?

3. Content (Building Blocks)

Now it's time to start thinking about content.

It's easier to brainstorm all the content in terms of building blocks:

  • What are the "steps" that will form the journey to get the learner from Point A to Point B?
  • What does the learning experience need to consist of, in order to fulfill the learning objective?

4. Sequence

Like a puzzle, the content building blocks of the learning experience should "fit" together well. 

  • Will you incorporate spaced learning?
  • Do you have a progressive case study approach?
  • What's the starting point and what's the end-point for what you will teach?

Now try structuring and organizing the content you've planned. Organize the blocks in a sequence that fits the asynchronous and/or synchronous nature of your lesson/course/module.

5. Learning Activities

Especially in an online setting, the sequenced content you've planned should be matched with appropriate learning activities.

Think about all the different ways your learners can absorb the information.

  • How will they interact with the different concepts and skills?
  • How will they apply and practice new knowledge?

Examples of interaction formats for learning activities may include: audio, video, text, discussions, quizzes, critique sessions, lectures, projects, demos, etc.

6. Sensory

Great! Now that you've thought about: learning objectives, possible challenges faced by learners, content, sequencing/rhythm, and learning activities... 

It's time to take a step back and reflect on the sensory aspect of the learning experience. Sure, it's an online learning experience — but that doesn't mean it can't include offline, asynchronous formats or other ideas to take learning beyond the screen.

What are some words to describe how you want the learning experience to look and feel like for your learners?

Reflections from start to finish

A Japanese, slow-food "kaiseki" approach to designing educational experiences:

From start to finish, our goal is to craft a meaningful sequence of learning events that will give our students the taste, texture, appearance & colors of new and relevant knowledge.

A kaiseki approach to multimodal learning: many different courses representing different learning activities to form the whole learning journey

A Japanese slow-food approach to multimodal online learning

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