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Volume 3, Number 1 / February issue 2017
Claudia Phillips
Using Moringa leaf extract as biostimulant and giberrellic acid for enhancing Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum mill.) growth and oil yield
Abstract

Transformational leadership has been proven to not only be effective in organizational settings but also within the educational realm. Nurse educators can use the principles of this leadership model in their practice to enhance student learning and success. Through inspirational motivation, idealized influence, individual consideration, and intellectual stimulation nurse educators can find guidance in moving their students forward to achieve the vision they have in becoming a nurse. Working in conjunction with the other three components, each aspect of transformational leadership is discussed in detail as well as how it relates to nursing education. Key characteristics and strategies for educators to utilize are discussed as well as the phenomenon of academic incivility. Nurse educators are urged to be cognizant of this phenomenon and strategies to prevent and eliminate incivility are also discussed.
Keywords: transformational leadership, nursing education, student success, student learning, classroom leadership

Cite this article:
Claudia Phillips. Using Moringa leaf extract as biostimulant and giberrellic acid for enhancing Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum mill.) growth and oil yield. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 3(1)2017, 7-13.


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