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by Audrey Schou, MSN, RN, PHN & Electra Allen, MSN, RN, CPN, Assistant Professor, Biola University | February 22, 2022
In this Educators for Educators video, nursing educators will learn more about learning science and how having an understanding of how we learn can help them be better teachers.
by Rebecca L. Potter PhD(c), MSIDT, MSN/ED, RN, Director of Nursing Product Content | April 28, 2021
In this Educators for Educators video, nursing educators will learn more about the benefits of collaborating with an instructional designer when developing their curricula.
by Robert Millard, Director of Assessment & Kristin Murner, Director, Learning Design | November 10, 2020
Every assessment type serves a purpose and, when carefully constructed and aligned to instructional objectives, each can provide information about student learning.
by John V. Harnisher Ph.D., Vice President, Psychometrics and Learning Analytics | October 27, 2020
The most basic requirement of an assessment is that it be reliable and valid, and we rely upon our Kaplan team of psychometric experts to ensure this is the case.
by Audrey S. Schou, MSN, RN, Kaplan Nursing School Consultant & Electra Allen, MSN, RN, CPN | September 28, 2020
The goals of this Nightingale Challenge presentation were to understand the the different types of learning, memory, and retention, to explore techniques to help students learn more effectively, and to gain more understanding more about Gen Z students and how they learn.
by Kristin Murner, MBA, MSEd, Director, Learning Design | September 22, 2020
As the field of learning science has continued to deepen, the findings have driven real innovation in education.
The goal of this Nightingale Challenge presentation was to show that Nursing faculty must continue to evolve their teaching by increasing their comfort level around collaborating with an instructional designer (ID) or learning design teams.
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