In this discussion board, we will be reflecting on some of our own experiences with instructional design, specifically with Bloom’s Taxonomy. What are some of your own experiences as a student with the different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy? Do you remember activities from certain levels more than others, and why do you think this is […]
General Perspectives on Contracts & Source Of Contract Law & Basic Taxonomy of Contracts Read this scenario, then address the short-answer questions that follow: Lydia is involved in a dispute over an area rug she purchased from her neighbor, Tony. Tony’s mother left him the rug in her will. Tony had no space in his […]
Introduction: identity what it is you would like to assess (your classroom, course, area, curriculum, etc.). Think of the skill or competency you would like to assess, such as writing, reading, computation, information literacy, etc. For functions, consider satisfaction levels from key partners, compliance results, audit results, wait times, or other measures for improvement. What […]
Question: Where would you place yourself in Eysenck’s taxonomy? In what ways does this placement capture your personality and in what ways, if any, does it “miss the mark”?
As you establish your goals and objectives for this course you are committing to an organized plan that will frame your practicum experience in a clinical setting, including planned activities, assessment, and achievement of defined outcomes. In particular, they must address the categories of clinical reasoning, quality in your clinical specialty, and interpersonal collaborative practice. […]
Review your FNP or AGPCNP Clinical Skills and Procedures Self-Assessment Form you submitted for your Week 1 Assignment 2 and think about areas for which you would like to gain application-level experience and/or continued growth as a nurse educator. How can your experiences in the practicum help you achieve these aims? This is your opportunity […]