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Using Embedded Assessment to Ensure Student Success on Licensure Exams

August 13, 2015
Presented by Ms. Kris Wuensche, Instructional Designer at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Nursing At the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Nursing, faculty members use embedded assessment to discover particular strengths and opportunities for improvement in their students' learning while preparing students for their licensure exam--which their students pass at an astounding 100% rate. Embedded assessment also enables faculty and administrators to do much more. In this webinar, Kris Wuensche, Instructional Designer, will discuss the myriad benefits of embedded assessment, including the benefits of students experiencing the licensure exam computer-based testing environment, robust reporting capabilities that drive question editing based on performance, and how administrators are able to adjust curriculum based on the data they generate.
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