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Nursing students’ experiences with the use of authentic assessment rubric and case approach in the clinical laboratories.
One current challenge for nurse educators is to examine effective nursing assessment tools that integrate nursing knowledge into practice. An authentic assessment allows nursing students to apply knowledge to real-life experiences. Contextualized cases have engaged students in the preparation of diverse clinical situations and develop critical thinking skills. This study aimed to explore nursing students’ ...
Name: Julia Vance
SCID: School of Nursing
Department: Academic & Student Services
Course Name: N761 Program Planning Evaluation and Quality ImprovementCourse Objectives:
CO1: Examine the critical elements of quality Process Improvement
CO2: Apply basic quality improvement methodologies to a process in a healthcare or community health organization.
ARTICLE: Individual response technology to promote active learning within the caring sciences: An experimental research study
Authors: Lena Hedén, Linda Ahlstrom
Active learning and student-focused methods can engage students during lectures and increase their participation and involvement; the result of this is to inspire the students and stimulate their critical thinking (De Gagne, 2011). Lecturers and students should try to work together to achieve the learning objectives. Optimal ...Each nursing student meets with their partner four times over the fall semester, often at the older adult’s house. They discuss topics that the students are learning about, including nutrition, cognitive function and mobility. The students practice using tools, such as home safety assessments. During their last meeting, the student presents a five-minute teaching project on a health-related topic that interests the older adult.