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Thanks for such a short and precise post on developing successful evaluation strategies on the course issues and trends in nursing. I agree that it is important to develop a rubric, which is very important in grading as it acts a reference point to check whether all the required documentation has been included. In the post, you have mentioned “Widespread use of technology makes it extremely easy to lose sight of the myriad individual pieces of a syllabus” (Habanek, 2005). However, you have not specified your take towards incorporating technology in the evaluation process. On my part, I think technology is an essential part in carrying out evaluation especially when you anticipate having a long and detailed syllabus. The central part is to ensure that you enforce a system that can easily be monitored and adjusted when need arises.
I would agree with you that having active learning strategies is necessary to prepare students such that they are in a position to apply what they learn from a classroom setting into real life situation. Therefore, it is necessary for the faculty to have a clear and precise curriculum that will help them achieve these conditions. Similar to what Billings and Halstead (2012) explain in their text “rely on goals, objectives, and outcomes to guide program, course, or lesson development” (p. 423). Besides that, I would like you to clarify one area that I did not quite understand. You mentioned “the students will complete a concept map and case study in preparation for the teaching plan they create and present” kindly elaborate more on this part.
Thanks for such an informative post on developing a curriculum that will incorporate cardiac disorders as one of the main courses. Cardiac disorders such as heart failure have become a common problem in the current medical field. Therefore, need to have professionals that are well educated in the field and
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and that is probably also the reason the minimum requirement is a bachelor degree, have experience as a registered nurse (as a registered nurse has general knowledge and experience in almost every field) and the nurse is expected to perform many roles (Billings and Halstead,
The mission is very important, especially in redefining program goals and outcomes to lead to a successful program.
The post regarding the Chens Normative Evaluation model to be used in the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is
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