5th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 18-20, 2021 | Orlando, USA

October 18 -20, 2021 | Orlando, USA
NWC 2017

Daryle Wane

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2017 - Daryle Wane
Pasco-Hernando State College, United States
Title : Developing online BSN curriculum for both sides of the screen: Student and educator using the PEP approach


Online instruction has come to the forefront of higher education not only as an effective way to deliver content and assess competencies but also as a preferred method of educational interaction. However, not all online learning environments are created equally. Online instruction allows for unprecedented access to materials and content but yet many individuals on both sides of the screen (student and educator are not adequately prepared to undertake this learning journey. Therefore, it is important to understand the level of preparation that is required in order to meet established learning outcomes for both the student and the educator. Using the PEP approach (Preparation, Engagement and Performance), attention is directed to addressing critical elements that help improve both student learning outcomes as well as professional instructional outcomes. Preparation will focus on E-learning, technology and cognitive levels. Engagement will focus on: creativity, value and impact. Lastly, Performance will focus on incremental steps leading to creating foundational building blocks. The PEP approach is analyzed based on student and educator perspectives. Access to technology is but one part of the equation: Providing a creative environment that is mindful of cultural diversity and multigenerational participants is a key element in helping to not only deliver content but also to ensure that information can be retained and applied.

Audience Take Away

• Identify components of PEP approach to improve student and educator outcomes.

• Describe the importance of how looking at both sides of the screen (student and educator) perspectives will help to improve outcomes.

• Promoting both student and educator engagement in the online learning environment.

• Recognizing critical elements needed to interact with participants who are culturally diverse and multigenerational.

• By recognizing the factors contained within the PEP approach, the audience will be able to incorporate principles into their own online teaching interactions.

• Increased knowledge and awareness of relevant factors will help improve professional outcomes.

• The PEP approach can be used to expand both research and teaching methodology.

• By providing an organized approach, this can certainly help to improve efficiency of design.

• This information will contribute to accuracy of design as well as providing additional information in which to base instructional designs.

• Students benefit from the instructional, cultural, and generational adjustments for learning.


Daryle Wane, PhD, APRN-FNP-BC, BSN Program Director of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Pasco-Hernando State College, has 41 years of professional experience in nursing and 29 years in higher education. She has taught nursing classes across the curriculum in Bachelor’s, Associate Degree (Generic and Transition) and LPN programs. She has developed nursing curriculum and designed nursing programs functioning as a subject matter expert and a participant member of the Instructional Technology design team. She has authored several publications in nursing and nutrition, serves as a Peer Reviewer for several journals/organizations such as Nursing Perspectives Journal, Journal of Advanced Nursing, MEDSURG journal, Journal of Nursing Education Practice and AAOS (American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons). She is also a member of the Editorial Board of Annals of Public Health and Research Journal and serves as an editor for Medicine. Academic degrees and certification include: BA in Nutrition from Brooklyn College, BA in Nursing from Downstate Medical Center, a Master of Science degree and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing Science from University of South Florida, Board certified Family Nurse Practitioner and member of Sigma Theta Tau.