Assessment and instruction to promote higher order thinking in nursing students.

@article{Kantar2014AssessmentAI,
  title={Assessment and instruction to promote higher order thinking in nursing students.},
  author={Lina D. Kantar},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={789-94}
}
OBJECTIVES The dearth of data on the role of assessment in higher education formed the two purposes of this study: first, to explore assessment strategies commonly used in nursing education by analyzing the curriculum documents of three baccalaureate nursing programs in Lebanon against Bloom's Taxonomy of learning, and second to unravel issues of instruction and assessment by categorizing data into teacher- and learner-centered strategies. DESIGN Content analysis research technique applied to… CONTINUE READING

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