Since the health crisis caused by COVID-19, many sectors have changed and one of them is the health system. This impact has reached the teaching activities of the Faculties of Nursing, who at the time were forced to suspend face-to-face classes and adapt to virtualization and online training of future nurses.
The present and medium term of the Faculties of Nursing goes through the use of technologies in the classroom: computers, tablets, virtual classrooms and gamification applications. In the practices of future nurses and nurses, the use of augmented reality and simulators that allow simulating hospital scenarios and specific clinical situations.
Online training is a great opportunity in Nursing faculties
These elements help improve student learning and motivation, in order to obtain the best possible result: excellent nurses; one of the best trained in the world, who will apply the best care available to society.
So in the medium and long term, it is clear that the digitization of online teaching and training is a great opportunity and shows a win-win relationship, in which the benefit is mutual for future nurses, teachers and society. that you will receive the care of these excellent health professionals.
Virtual teaching should not be understood without face-to-face
All this, it is clear that it has forced teachers to promote the use of digital tools such as chats, virtual classrooms, emails, recording video lessons, virtualizing and digitizing all class material, developing creativity to transmit those aspects that he considers key to his subjects and that the presence in seminars and practices facilitated this transmission.
It is a true reality that technology has improved education. This interconnectivity fostered by the network makes communication between teachers and students constant, providing a dynamic and quality relationship in the training and learning of students.
Finally, by way of summary, we must extend virtual or digital teaching without replacing face-to-face teaching, without losing the learning potential of the interaction between students and teachers and all the richness of face-to-face teaching. That is, the balance of complementarity and synergistic use of both teaching modalities must be achieved.