Humanism, a paradigm that emerged in the s, focuses on the human freedom, dignity, and potential. Nursing educators should also have a similar role to play as a professional model and with their enthusiasm and interest in the nursing profession should transfer this attitude to the students and prepare them to perform their professional skills. Satisfying results will lead to its strengthening. For example, if we look closely, the root of humanist theories such as Ganieh and Maslow could be found in cognitive psychologist perspectives and behaviorists. It was stated in the theory of Ausubel that materials should be submitted organized, tidy, and consistent with prior knowledge of students in order to let them to learn more efficiently.