Module 4: Evaluation and Scholarship

Description

Module 4 focuses on competencies 5 and 6, which address the post-experience phases of a simulation-based experience. Participants will demonstrate their knowledge of appropriate evaluation of participants and the simulation-based learning activity. They will also show how a nurse educator with expertise in simulation participates and contributes to the larger learning simulation instructor community, both in Canada and globally.

Audience: Nurse educators using simulation in nursing education programs

Delivery: Online (Adobe Connect & Moodle)

Timeframe: 7 weeks

Please note that participation in all live webinars is a course requirement.

Dates

fall 2019

Tuesdays, 7-9 pm EST

Competency Indicators

5. Draws on foundational theories and simulation pedagogy when teaching simulation

  • articulates the appropriate use of formative, summative, and high-stakes evaluations in simulation-based experiences
  • evaluates participants as directed by the objectives/outcomes and intent of the simulation
  • develops appropriate evaluation instruments for outcome measurement
  • shares clear, appropriate, constructive, and timely formative feedback during and after simulation to support learning
  • provides discrete, constructive, and timely summative feedback in a safe learning environment using standardized formats

6. Designs effective simulation scenarios

  • appraises research and evidence in simulation practice for use in teaching and clinical simulations
  • supports the mentorship of nurse educators in simulation practice
  • advances simulation knowledge through participating in simulation projects and/or research activities
  • disseminates information related to implementations and innovations in simulation pedagogy to the health professional community