What are your goals as a nursing student?
Common goals for nursing students include: Learning nursing curriculum. Achieving particular test scores and competencies. Practicing patient-centered and person-focused care.
How will you know if your objectives were achieved?
Some of the most common evaluation methods are questionnaires, surveys, interviews, observations, tests, and participant portfolios of ongoing work. Evaluation strategies should be incorporated into a learning experience so that both trainers and participants know if the learning objectives have been met.
How do you know if a lesson has been successful?
How do you know if your lesson plan was effective?Video tape yourself. It is remarkable how much we see when we review a video of ourselves delivering a lesson plan. Ask a trusted colleague to observe you. Ask a trusted colleague to read your lesson plan for you. Take notes during class. Check test scores and homework.
How would a teacher determine the entry point of a learner?
The teacher shows students how to do a problem on the board and then the students practice in small groups. How would a teacher determine the “entry” point of a learner? A combination of the students’ preexisting attitudes, experiences, and knowledge.