Featured ArticlesTEACHING AROUND THE CYCLE: Strategies for Teaching Theory to Undergraduate Nursing StudentsFLANAGAN, NANCY A.; McCAUSLAND, LINDAAuthor Information About the AuthorsNancy A. Flanagan, PhD, RN, is an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Nursing at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Linda McCausland, EdD, RN, is an associate professor at the University of Buffalo School of Nursing, Buffalo, New York. For more information, contact Dr. Flanagan email@example.com. Nursing Education Perspectives: November-December 2007 - Volume 28 - Issue 6 - p 310-314 Buy Abstract A teaching technique applied to teaching nursing theory in an undergraduate nursing program is presented. This technique acknowledges a variety of learning styles to facilitate student learning. Activities highlight the importance of acquiring a variety of knowledge acquisition and information-processing skills required in a profession. Students use critical thinking, communication, group process, and research analysis skills to learn and apply information about theory. The methods and activities have been developed over four years and implemented in small classes of eight students and in classes as large as 140 students with equal success. Copyright 2007 by National League for Nursing, Inc.