Competency Based Nursing Education: Guide to Achieving by Dr. Marion Anema Ph.D. RN, Dr. Jan McCoy PhD RN

By Dr. Marion Anema Ph.D. RN, Dr. Jan McCoy PhD RN

The necessity for competency-based schooling (CBE) in nursing has been famous for years. CBE offers the way to aid make sure that beginners are useful on the finish of academic endeavors. This e-book is designed as a source for nurse educators who're chargeable for different education schemes. Authors Anema and McCoy collect all of the parts of CBE, and supply a highway map to advance, enforce, and assessment competency-based ways to nursing schooling. The ebook offers worthy directions for constructing organizational options, new care supply methods, and venture making plans instruments. tips on functionality review instruments and knowledge assortment can be integrated. Key gains: Explains why CBE is required and the way it will probably support increase present teaching programs provides useful guidance on find out how to transition to the CBE technique presents invaluable assistance on constructing legitimate and trustworthy tests comprises severe details on information assortment and using information to ensure fulfillment of results comprises perform actions on the finish of every bankruptcy to simulate real-life events

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Chapter 1 Vision of Competency-Based Education 23 6. All types of assessment processes and instruments are carefully evaluated for reliability, validity, credibility, and cost. 7. Competencies are specifically defined so they can be appropri- ately assessed. 8. Multiple competency assessments provide the data essential for policy and outcome decisions. 9. Critical decisions for improving student learning outcomes are derived from assessment data. Assessment results are collected for individuals and aggregated for meaningful reporting.

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CBE course content is based on needs of the practice community. ” This approach does not address competency, but assumes 36 Competency-Based Nursing Education ■ ■ ■ that because “everything” has been covered, learners should be able to function (Lenburg, 1999). In both types of programs, the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains are addressed. Assessments in both types of programs test knowledge. CBE assessment goes further and asks students how they will use the knowledge. It is not enough to simply know what to do.

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