2nd Edition Of

Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 21 -23, 2022 | Singapore

Nursing 2021

Bincy Reginold

Speaker at Singapore Nursing Research Conference 2021 - Bincy Reginold
Oakton Community College, United States
Title : Creative teaching and learning strategies in nursing assistant education


During this presentation, I will be discussing different active learning and teaching strategies to use in nursing education in classroom, lab, and clinical settings. Trends in nursing education, new approaches in the design of learning and teaching strategies, and varied learning styles are a part of the presentation. Active learning and teaching exercises, and introductory and closing learning exercises in classroom will be discussed in the presentation. Assessment of student learning in classroom activities during lecture will be explored. Meeting the needs of students with different learning styles like kinesthetic learners, visual learners, and auditory ( Musical) learners will be reviewed during the presentation. Journal writing and reflection exercises during post conference in the clinical setting will be discussed in the presentation. Role of the clinical instructor and lab instructor in designing clinical assignments and setting up labs for success will be discussed in detail. Writing notes of encouragement to themselves will be part of reflection during post conference in the clinical setting. An educator’s role as a facilitator, guide, supporter, and supervisor in the lab setting will be examined. Critiquing each other’s performance and role play as a learning and teaching strategy in the lab setting will be part of the discussion. The think-pair-share and the jigsaw teaching method will be used for group activities during the presentation.


Bincy Reginold, Distinguished Professor at Oakton Community College graduated with Associate degree of nursing in 1997 from Malcolm X College, Chicago, USA, Bachelor’s degree of science in nursing in 1999 from University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, and Masters of Science in Nursing education in 2001 from North Park University, Chicago, Illinois.  She worked as a geriatric nurse and medical surgical nurse for 5 years in long term care and hospital setting. She obtained the position as an instructor at Oakton Community College, Illinois  in 2003. She received the honor of a Distinguished Professor in 2019. She presented the College’s theme  “Poverty and privilege ‘ and how to integrate and apply the theme in nursing education in the basic nursing assistant course to administrators, faculty and staff at Oakton community College. She is  a member of American holistic nurses association and sigma theta tau international society.