We wanted to discuss the applicability of the constraints-led approach for nurse education in this research and education for other paramedic professions. Compared to traditional education, where students only need to obey vocal and written explicit instructions, we think this strategy represents a significant advance. Students are helped to learn attuning to contextual information through search, discovery, and exploration when learning basic nursing skills thanks to the adoption of the constraints-led method in nurse education. We attempted to convey the significance of learning through the interplay between the student, the learning environment, and the task using nonlinear pedagogy and self-organization. Please take note that we did not intend to cover all of the theoretical underpinnings of the constraints-led approach. Our primary goals were to highlight and describe its potential for nurse education.