How Do We Learn? We have traditionally told students what we see and what we value—very often at precisely the point in their learning where they should be discovering what they see and what they value.
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The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the uses, advantages, disadvantages, and issues related to a variety of strategies that faculty can use to assess and evaluate student learning. Just as teaching methods are expanding to ensure that graduates achieve desired outcomes as identified by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing AACN essentials and National League for Nursing NLN competencieswe must also expand our assessment and evaluation strategies to determine if these competencies are attained.
Competency in clinical judgment, critical thinking, and best nursing practices may need multiple measures to be evaluated accurately. As educators expand teaching methods and seek to assess deep learning and critical thinking, we can explore ways that our active learning teaching strategies can be transformed to assess the desired learning outcomes.
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