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Nursing Student Remediation Made Easy with Embedded Assessment

September 18, 2015

Nursing curriculum is rigorous, daunting, and uncompromising. Nursing educators know how important it is that students be able to digest and apply the curriculum to each course assessment, end of the course standardized exam, and especially to the bedside. Furthermore, these assessments within the nursing curriculum are preparations for the national exam, and one more way to help students succeed on the NCLEX. Reviewing incorrectly answered items, asking probing questions to the student after the exam, and reviewing with students best strategies for exam preparation based on testing performance have helped achieve student academic growth. This webinar will assist the nursing educator with remediation tactics using ExamSoft features to accomplish this outcome.

 

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