Using the Clark Simulation Evaluation Rubric with associate degree and baccalaureate nursing students.

@article{Gantt2010UsingTC,
  title={Using the Clark Simulation Evaluation Rubric with associate degree and baccalaureate nursing students.},
  author={Laura T Gantt},
  journal={Nursing education perspectives},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 2},
  pages={101-5}
}
As simulation becomes a common teaching strategy in nursing education, faculty struggle with methods for measuring student performance in summative, or evaluative, scenarios. While skills checklists have been shown to be a valid way to quantify performance on many of the technical components of a patient care scenario, nurse educators have also begun to utilize simulation grading rubrics to capture more contextual and critical thinking components. The article describes a pilot study using the… CONTINUE READING