About Jenna-Marie Crowe, MSN, BSN
"In education, it is not how much you have committed to memory or even how much you know. It's being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don't. It's knowing where to go to find out what you need to know, and it's knowing how to use the information you get."
I believe my role in facilitating the construction of knowledge, encouraging curiosity, and promote independent thinking. Guiding future nurses to be dedicated to life-long learners, change agents, interprofessional team members, and creators and users of evidence-based practice. I use a variety of teaching modalities. Students are individuals with different learning styles, and I strive to honor those differences. I desire to be a teacher who engages her students in learning in a variety of ways. This way, I am guiding students in their quests for knowledge. I read and utilize my students' comments and feedback to continually improve my learning style. As an educator, I also believe I must be a lifelong learner. I attend seminars and course opportunities to help improve my teaching style. I hope students leave my class with the knowledge that learning is never-ending. Their knowledge will help positively impact the lives of those they care for.