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I believe in civil, open, safe, and respectful learning environments where all persons feel safe and valued. I also believe in being a facilitator in the self-directed learning journey and engaging in constructive feedback.
Penconek, T.K. (2015). Perspectives on bullying: A qualitative study into academic incivility among nursing students. Alberta RN, 71(1), 28-29.
Penconek, T.K. (2015, November). Poetic Analysis of Perceptions of Newly Graduated Nurses regarding their Experiences of Academic Incivility between and among Nursing Students in Undergraduate Nursing Education. Poster session at the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 43rd Biennial Convention, Las Vegas, U.S.A.
Penconek, T.K. (2015, September). Civility in Nursing Education: Background and Clinical Exercises. Presented at the BN 2nd Annual Clinical Instructor Workshop, Athabasca University, Edmonton.
Penconek, T.K. (2015, June). Civility in Nursing Education. Presented at BNPC, Athabasca University, Edmonton.
Penconek, T.K. (2014, January). Silent No More: Incivility in Nursing Education. Poster session presented at the 4th Annual Every Nurse Symposium, MacEwan University, Edmonton.
Penconek, T.K. (2013, August). Academic Incivility. Presented at the BScN Faculty Workshop, MacEwan University, Edmonton.
Updated December 18 2015 by Student & Academic Services